Posts Tagged ‘iPad’
Last weekend my uncle gave me his iPad 2 for a repair as the screen totally malfunction. So I thought it was easy, just blow the screen with hair dryer and start prying it up, so the moment i pried the side and sliding off the glue – I also slide off the ribbons (both ribbons – the power ribbon and the screen ribbon) . So the lesson, slide gently when opening up the screen. Hope I can fix it Wish me luck!
My parts has arrived, i order these two.
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So any idea why they upgrade to lightning cable on the new devices like iPhone 5? Because they wanted you to use the original cable and forget about those cheap cables. Crew at AppleInsider, have cut open the cable and discover a chip in it – a chip that stop unauthorized cables being used with the new iPhone. So if you want extra charge you need to fork out more cash for the original. But maybe China has cracked this sh*t, because I saw a $2.50 lightning on sale at Amazon. Read more…
Squier is promoting its new innovative new Stratocaster guitar model which can be easily connect and record to your Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac or Windows and any amp. The Squier by Fender Strat Guitar with USB and iOS Connectivity features an onboard mini-USB connector that lets you interface directly and easily with all these devices, with no additional hardware needed. It is priced at $200. More pictures after the break. Read more…
A lot says that the Nexus 10 tablet by Google and Samsung be the fastest and strongest tablet today. Agree? It has the world’s highest resolution tablet display, 2560-by-1600 @ 300ppi compare to the 2048-by-1536 @ 264ppi new released iPad with retina display. Featuring multi-user support, immersive HD content and the best Google app. Measuring the thinnest of 8.9 mm and weighing just 603 grams, this tablet is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 5 chipset with a two Cortex-A15 cores running at 1.7GHz, a quad-core Mali T-604 GPU and 2GB of RAM and running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
The Nexus 10 will be available on the Google Play store in the US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and Japan starting November 13. Currently only Wifi-based Nexus 10 announced, not sure they will be announcing the 3G version in the future. The 16GB and 32GB will be priced $399 and $499 respectively. So what do you think of the Nexus 10? Better? or iPad?
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Whooz? by Sativa Turnal is a vinyl for the apple charger. If you have multiple apple products, you may use this as the identification labels. They are compatible with the new iPhone 5 / iPad lightning connector and earphones as well. It has two formats – a pack for the iPhones and iPods and another pack for the iPads. Priced at $10/pack. More picture after the break. Read more…
Apple has just invited members of the press to attend a product launch on October 23rd, where we assume the long-rumored iPad mini will be unveiled. The event will go down merely weeks after Apple took the wraps off of the iPhone 5 (and strangely enough, the Foo Fighters played their last show for the foreseeable future).
It’s quite unlike Apple to throw two product parties in the fall, but if an entirely new iPad is being revealed, it may be a scenario that becomes more familiar in years to come. At this point, we’re left with far more questions than answers: will the iPad mini really ship with a Lightning port, while the Retina iPad — which was only introduced in March — continues to ship with the “old” Dock Connector? Will Apple really continue to refresh its two iPad products at different intervals?
And while we’re at it, is Apple really going to throw a “one more thing” into the mix by bumping its 13-inch MacBook Pro into Retina territory? After all, tossing “little” into the invite could allude to a smaller iPad and an update to an already-small laptop.
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When Swiss federal railway organization SBB and the Mondaine Group pointed out that the iOS 6 clock face looked remarkably like theirs, they weren’t so much upset as clearing their throat politely — it would be nice to get credit, if you don’t mind. That kindness has been met with some reciprocity, as SBB has confirmed a licensing deal with Apple that gives the iPad builder rights to use the iconic timepiece in its mobile OS. Exact terms aren’t forthcoming, although it’s likely not a princely sum when SBB is better known for punctuality than wheeling and dealing. All we know is that Apple can at last live with a good conscience when it checks the time in Geneva.
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The minds at GoPro have been busy lately. Earlier this month, the company pulled the wraps off its long-awaited app for the iPhone and iPad. When combined with the optional WiFi BacPac for the Hero2, the application can link to multiple cameras to change settings on the fly, as well as preview video and photos without having to remove the camera from its case or mount. Even better, the software is free, though GoPro will ask you to pony up around $60 for the WiFi add on. While the app is only available for Apple devices at the moment, GoPro says an Android version is in the works.
That’s exciting and all, but not nearly as much as word that the new Hero3 has officially hit the market. The Hero3 Black Edition is a full 30 percent smaller than its predecessor, which means its also a quarter lighter. Designers made the gadget twice as powerful, though, building in 1440p video at 48 frames per second, 1080p at 60 fps, and 720p at 120 fps. Even more surprising, the camera can click off 12-megapixel photos at a staggering 30 shots per second. WiFi is now built in, and the Black Edition includes the handy WiFi remote. Check out the videos below to see the new gear in action while we update our holiday wish lists.
Still waiting for all those alleged iPad mini leaks to culminate into something official? Why not take one more while you wait: according to a proven source of Mobile Geeks, German electronics retailer Media Markt has the iPad mini in 16 flavors in its inventory system. The company’s internal documentation shows the rumored tablet at 8, 16, 32 and 64GB configurations, with each offering a choice of black or white, as well as a choice of 3G or just WiFi. The retailer is listing sticker prices, too: for the WiFi-only flavor, €249 buys an 8GB model, €349 snags 16GB, €449 for 32GB and €549 scores 64GB of storage. Looking for a slab with cellular connectivity? Stack an extra €100 on each of those prices.
The listing doesn’t have anything official to say about US greenbacks, but the included 19% tax evens up the dollar and euro quite nicely, giving us a reasonable idea what kind of pricing we can expect to see in the states. To put things into perspective, this would be a $150 savings on the 16GB WiFi model when compared to the full sized $499 slate Apple currently offers. Of course, this is all counting on Cupertino making the device official. We’ll let you know if we hear anything.
SOURCE via MobileGeeks