by Jaime Rivera | October 30, 2012 12:19 PM
Judging from past iPad releases, we'll admit we found it weird to see an iPad launch where the product didn't sell out on the first couple of hours. The Fourth-Generation iPad launched its pre-order at the same time as the iPad mini, and still, only certain units of the iPad mini sold out on the first couple of hours. As of today its, if you're after the 9.7-inch Retina Display iPad, orders will ship a week's delay. You can obviously just go to the store on November 2nd and make a line to get your own, but we know many of you prefer to take the simple route. The LTE version of the iPad ...
by Jaime Rivera | October 26, 2012 7:58 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent leaks of the Google Nexus 10, which now include actual photos of the device. Then we talk about Android 4.2 and the possible additions that we might receive on Monday October 29th. We later talk about the iPad pre-orders and how they've been performing after the Apple Online Store opened again. We then move to Xbox Smart Glass now reaching Android customers for free. We end today's show by talking about our unboxing and first impressions of the Microsoft Surface with Windows RT. All this and more after the break.
by Michael Fisher | October 26, 2012 2:07 PM
"Welcome to Q3!" That's the greeting Anton D. Nagy had for Michael Fisher when the latter talked about the sheer volume of news to cover on this week's episode of the Pocketnow Weekly. And indeed, the ramp up to the holiday season in this, the third quarter of 2012, has been packed. Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and a host of other manufacturers have all contributed to this month's veritable fountain of product releases and announcements, and Multimedia Editor Jaime Rivera joins us this week to talk about (almost) all of it. In this episode: Apple's iPad Mini and iPad 4, Microsoft's ...
by Jaime Rivera | October 24, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about our full hands-on of T-Mobile's new Samsung Galaxy Note II. Then we go through the recent leaks of a Galaxy Note II variant coming to Verizon with some awkward branding changes. We later talk about the LG Spectrum 2 which will probably shine as a good product, but which is sadly no Optimus G variant for Verizon. Then we go through the new leaks of the HTC J Butterfly now being dubbed the HTC Droid DNA in Verizon and no longer the DIX or DLX. We end today's show by talking about Apple's launch of the iPad mini and the surprise of a ...
by Stephen Schenck | October 24, 2012 4:30 PM
News of the iPad mini and fourth-generation big iPad is still fresh on our minds, but industry analysts are already looking to the future. If learning about a new iPad just seven months after the last one has you concerned that there could be another new version just around the corner, you might want to give some thought to these rumors about a new, thinner iPad. Claims that Apple could be looking to thin-down the 9.7-inch iPad do make a good deal of sense. After all, the iPad mini shows that Apple is clearly able to deliver a tablet that's just 7.2 millimeters thick, so why not bring the ...
by Stephen Schenck | October 23, 2012 7:47 PM
Today's word of Apple's new iPad refresh (will we start calling it the iPad 4? The jury's still out on that one) sounds absolutely fantastic... unless you just bought an old iPad 3 at the same price. Are you stuck with that old tablet? Luck might be on your side, as it's looking like there could be a good chance that Apple will let customers exchange their iPads for these new models under certain circumstances. This is far from universally confirmed, but what we're hearing is that Apple Stores may accept exchanges of the iPad 3 that were purchased in the past thirty days and are still in ...
by Michael Fisher | October 23, 2012 6:10 PM
You may have heard that Apple dropped some science on us this morning, with the announcement of a boatload of new desktops, notebooks, and tablets. Under normal circumstances, we'd be focused entirely on the new iPad Mini, the new offering Apple has crafted to bust its way into the 7-inch tablet space. And if you take a gander at our front page, you'll see that we're giving the little guy more than its fair share of love. But there's more news out there: the new, fourth generation iPad was also announced today, a full-size tablet some in the press have taken to calling the "iPad Maxi." No, ...
by Adam Z. Lein | October 23, 2012 2:33 PM
As you know, the iPad Mini was announced earlier today along with a 4th Generation iPad. I read a few of the live blogs about the event (since Apple only live streams to Apple devices), made the above graphic in Photoshop and started writing this post from my Windows 8 tablet. I've got a 12" screen and an old heavy convertible HP TouchSmart TM2 from the age before the first Apple iPad was even announced, so it's probably time for something new. The iPad Mini is certainly much more portable than my current Windows 8 tablet dinosaur. It looks very comfortable to hold, probably fits ...
by Stephen Schenck | October 23, 2012 1:51 PM
We had heard that Apple might have a refreshed iPad 3 to share at today's event, but it is just taking that idea and running with it, announcing a substantially improved iPad with a new A6X SoC at its heart. Indeed, the rumored Lightning connector is present as well, but the big news is the new processor. Apple claims the A6X offers twice the performance of the A5X at number-crunching, as well as similar improvements to its graphics capabilities. Like the A5 and A5X before it, the A6X is still a dual-core chip. Apple also mentions improvements to the tablet's camera and cellular radio, but ...
by Anton D. Nagy | October 6, 2012 1:55 AM
It is too early to tell whether we're looking at the iPad 4, iPad 3, or the new New iPad, but let the guessing game begin. According to recent reports a certain "iPad3,6" popped up in application analytics according to a developer. The iPad3 codename is used for the New iPad and the 1, 2, and 3 numbers after the comma describe different flavors, depending on WiFi or cellular models for various carriers. The next iPad should have had the "iPad4,x" codename but instead we're looking at a comma version. Report also has it that said iPad is running either the A6 chip found inside the iPhone 5 ...
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