Report from Foxnews.com got from an anonymous source claiming that Apple will be introducing their newest creation – Apple Tablet together with Apple iPhone OS 4.0 and iLife2010 during 27th January Event!
Apple released their fifth “home-made” apps – MobileMe Gallery which is free on Apple’s App Store, allowing users to view photos and videos from mobileMe through their iPhone or iPod Touch.
iPhone hacked to support Magic Mouse and Bluetooth Laser Keyboard!
Is Camera Flash finally coming to iPhone? AppleInsider reports that sources are claiming that Apple is looking to acquire signifcant quatites of LED camera flash. This adds the possibility of iPhone and iPod Touch gaining a flash beside its camera in the upcoming versions.
The New York Times has released new rumors for Apple Tablet. According to former Apple employees, Apple has been working on advanced multi-touch gesturing.
Lab.moto conducted touch screen accuracy and sensitivity test of smartphones, and iPhone turned up to be top among the gang, better than HTC’s Eris, Google’s Nexus One and Motorola Droid.
Facebook App for iPhone has been updated with version 3.1.1. This updates bring features that lots of users are waiting for quite sometime. Yes! Contact Synchronization and Push Notification!
As a regular Facebook user, during the course of the day, We would fire up the Facebook App in iPhone to check for friends’ updates every now and then.
In November Apple introduced iTunes Preview, which allows users to view contents without launching to iTunes application. 1 month after the purchase of music streaming service Lala.com, iTunes Preview now allow you to preview song samples for 30seconds, just like in iTunes Application.
Billshrink has once again put up their handy chart comparing the total cost of ownership for Google’s Nexus One, Apple’s iPhone, Motorola’s Droid and Palm’s Palm Pre.
Of course, they are based on US’s Price Plan and Google Nexus One has not been release yet where to date. But this chart is very useful for you to compare its features and possibility the price point is somewhere close to your local price.
Apple have bought Mobile Ad Platform Quattro for $275million on January 2010.
This buying only came 2 months after Admob was snatched from Apple by Google. We knew that Apple has been venturing into mobile industrial after releasing of iPhone, iPod Touch and the ‘magical iSlate’. Thus acquiring a mobile advertising company and platform is very important in Apple’s Roadmap.
Quattro’s CEO has already be posted as Apple’s VP, and will surely be very involved in integrating the platform to Apple’s core products.
Let’s Stay Tuned to see how Apple will integrate its newly acquired Mobile Ad Platform with iPhone, iSlate or even iTunes.