Category: iPad News

Corning Glass Executive Blasts Apple’s Sapphire Glass Plans for Upcoming iPhone and iPads

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There’s a lot of money on the line for potential component developers and manufacturers in the mobile industry and we saw some of the intensity of Tony Tripeny, a senior vice president at Corning Glass, emerge yesterday at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference. Instead of simply defending their Gorilla Glass product, he decided to openly bash a competitor that is rumored to be on Apple’s list of potential providers.

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PadGadget’s DIY Project Spotlight: Chain Trimmed iPad Sleeve

ipad16If you consider yourself to be fashion-forward, you may not have found yourself an iPad case to suit your style yet. The best way for a fashionista to make a splash with iPad accessories is to make the accessories. One such fashionable project comes from a trendsetter named Erica over at HonestlyWTF. She took inspiration from Stella McCartney’s Falabella bag to create an iPad sleeve that is to dyi (pronounce it “die” to get my pun) for.

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iOS 7.1 Rumored to be Released ‘Any Day Now’

iTunes Festival SXSW 1John Gruber of Daring Fireball legitimately has the inside scoop on a whole lot of Apple-related information. So, when he says something is coming, you can bet that it probably is. Thus is the case with Apple’s next big update to iOS 7. According to Gruber, “a little birdie” told him that Apple’s iTunes Festival at this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) will be watchable from a special app that requires iOS 7.1. If his information is correct, that means Apple will launch iOS 7.1 prior to March 11, which is when the festival begins.

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Education Update: SXSWedu Presents Various Sessions on Mobile Technology in the Classroom

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SXSW is well known as a music and movie showcase, but there is so much more that it offers to attendees in the form of non-stop presentations on a variety of cutting edge topics. The EDU portion of SXSW started on Monday and the listed presentations made by educators, for educators, shows an interesting trend in education training.

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Is Intel Preparing to Compete with Apple and Google on Wearables

Basis wrist watch IntelGoogle has glasses, Apple (supposedly) has a watch. It appears that Intel may be in the market for wearable computing, as well. According to a recent report from TechCrunch, the software company has just purchased health tracker developer Basis for between $100 and $150 million. Interestingly, Apple and Google were both supposedly bidding for the same company.

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Carmakers Begin Showing Off CarPlay Feature in New Model Vehicles

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Yesterday, Apple officially announced the launch of iOS in the Car under its new name, “CarPlay.” Initially, the feature is scheduled to be ready to drive off the lot in Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo vehicles by the end of this year. All three manufacturers have already been showing off CarPlay in Geneva at the biggest car convention in the world.

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Apple CFO To Leave in September While New CFO Follows Closely in His Footsteps

oppenheimer_hero20110204Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer may be best known for his role in the quarterly earnings calls. He is always on hand to explain money to investors and let the world know just how good the company is doing, financially. Today, Apple announced that Oppenheimer is retiring at the end of September to be replaced by current corporate controller and VP of Finance, Luca Maestri. This change over has been in the works for at least a year now and the future CFO appears to be following the same path that his predecessor did nearly 20 years ago.

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Apple Increases Engineering and Supply Teams in Taiwan and China

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Apple is increasing efforts to hire engineers and other supply chain related employees in China and Taiwan. The Wall Street Journal reported Monday morning that employees are being poached from other tech firms such as HTC in an effort to meet increasingly short product cycle expectations and a wider range of product offerings. There are reportedly over 600 people employed by Apple in China, which is a key market for growth in the tech company’s future.

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For Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Celebration, Oceanhouse Media Launches Huge Sale Until March 6

Oceanhouse Dr. SeussDr. Seuss was born on March 2, 1904. On the celebration of his birth, 110 years later, Oceanhouse Media, creator of more than 50 Dr. Seuss iOS apps, is offering a huge discount on all titles by the children’s book author. The sale lasts until Thursday, March 6.

In addition to reducing the price of many Dr. Seuss books, Oceanhouse Media has also launched a promotional give-away for fans of the Cat in the Hat to win 10 Dr. Seuss digital book apps of their choice by entering either on Facebook or Instagram.

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Apple Pressuring Major Labels for More Exclusive Album Launches Similar to Beyoncé

beyonce_new_albumIn December of 2013, Apple collaborated with Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia Records for exclusive rights to be the first to launch Beyonce’s fifth studio album “Beyoncé” on iTunes. The digital download became the fastest selling album ever on iTunes with more than 825,000 albums sold in the first three days. Apple wants more.

According to Billboard, Apple music chief Robert Kondrk has been “pressuring” major labels to release more exclusive albums on iTunes, leaving services like YouTube and Spotify behind and increasing download sales for the company.

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