Just as expected, Apple recently announced its newest product, the iPad Mini which goes on sale today. The device itself may be slightly bigger then some of the other competitors in this category, but its definitely sleeker. Its extremely thin, strangely light, and downright beautiful. If we were going to hold a competition for overall look and feel of the device, the iPad Mini would win hands down, but that’s not why we're here!
The specs are nothing to scoff at. It will have an A5 processor, 5MP camera and 720p video. With 512mb of RAM, the iPad Mini is right in line with the iPad 2, including its resolution at 1024x768 at 163ppi, falling short of the Nexus 7 at 216ppi. This allows all the iPad apps to work flawlessly without Devs having to do excessive rescaling.
When the iPad Mini was rumored, one of the larger complaints was that the excessive amount of downsizing needed by App Developers to make their products work on the new screen would turn them away. Luckily by using the same resolution of the iPad 2, Apple avoided that. More...
Short answer, 2 weeks! The long answer will be covered after the break, but if you're looking to stay on top of all the iPhone 5 scoops, you needn't look any further than here! More...
That's right, 300,000 a day. Pretty impressive number, wouldn't you say? Last week, Google's VP of Engineering Andy Rubin tweeted that stat via his account (ARubin). It's safe to say that Google has definitely emerged as Apple's top competition in the smart phone industry.
This holiday season will be filled with terms like Kinect, iPad, Nook, and Windows Phone 7. This blog will focus on the latter of the four, and asks the question, "What exactly is Windows Phone 7?" More...
New York City band Atomic Tom gets UBER creative with their iPhones. Check this out, it's amazing!
When Steve Jobs said “What happens when a MacBook meets an iPad?”, he unveiled the brand new MacBook Air, the computer that had people drooling during its inception in 2008. Since then, there have been three revisions, the newest having been unveiled this month at the "Back to the Mac" Apple conference.
One of the features that makes the MacBook Air so valuable is it's lightweight technology and long battery life. While the new MacBook Air takes these to the extreme, there are really only a few small upgrades to the new device. This computer now has integrated flash storage and a higher resolution display on the monitor. The maximum RAM that is available is 4GB, which may leave some serious computer techies wanting more. And some sites are reporting that this laptop is thinner than the blade of an axe.
The reduction of toxic chemicals like lead still makes this computer more environmentally "friendly" than others. Since this is one of BuyMyTronic's biggest concerns, any subtraction of harmful substances is a step in the right direction as far as we're concerned.
The new MacBook air will have two versions, an 11.6 inch and 13.3 inch screen version with prices starting at $999. If you're looking to get your hands on the new computer, sell us your old, used or broken computers to get some extra cash!
The Dev Team has just released another option for jailbreaking your iDevice using iOS 4.1. It's called PwnageTool 4.1 and it works for the current Apple TV, iPad, the current and last generation iPod Touch, the iPhone 4, 3GS, and 3G. Check out the Dev Team's Blog for downloadage.
The release of iOS 4.1 meant plethora of features for iPhone users; Game Center, Air Print, Air Tunes, the list goes on. With all the updates, Apple also included code that overrides jailbroken iPhones to return them to their normal, pre-jailbroken status. On October 12th the Chronic Dev Team released their newest option to jailbreak iOS devices, Greenpois0n. This jailbreak is currently only available for Windows, but supports iOS 4.1 on the iPhone 4, 3GS, 3rd and 4th Generation iPod Touch, and iPad.
Though if you're currently using an unlocking program like ultrasn0w so you can use your iPhone on T-Mobile's network, you might think twice before updating.