Realize it or not, a bit of an Apple a day, keeps the techie in you happy!
The partly bitten Apple is definitely biting big into the profits of its competitors. In the past, it was the iPod & the iPhone. Now, Apple with its stunning upgrades to the New iPad is sending a plethora of chills across the spines of its competitor tablets.
As much as I have studied Apple & the arrogance in its inventions, the 4th generation iPad might not be more than 24 months from it’s release date. However, as of now, most of the populace would be just going gaga about the new feature rich – Apple’s New iPad, which was launched few days back.
Back to the statistical evidences of the content in the 2nd para; it is reported that iPad3 sales crossed 3 million within 3 days after the launch. Phenomenal, I would say! Apple’s New iPad, for sure, has the prospect to become the most symbolic gadget of this year.
Let’s look a bit in detail about the features of Apple’s New iPad.
- Fine Display With iPhone 4, Apple was successful in introducing top class HD display. The display with the New iPad is unbeatable & scores more marks over iPad 2’s display features. It features a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels. Retina Display on the New iPad is the best ever display on any mobile device & has overcome all earlier complaints.
- Connectivity Like its predecessors, the New iPad is not equipped with USB and/or HDMI port. But, what stands out is the Wi-Fi, which supports Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n standards and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies. Wi-Fi + 4G support has many more features in addition to Wi-Fi model features; and is fine tuned for AT&T and Verizon carriers. Also, access to 3G networks is enabled by HSPA, HSPA+ and DC-HSDPA technologies.
- Camera & Recording The New iPad comes with a 5MP rear camera. It comes with a VGA sensor in the front. You can do an Autofocus and tap to focus feature. The camera can detect faces even in small images. Video recording capability allows you to capture 30 frames per second at 1080p HD.
- A5X Processor The New iPad comes with Apple’s custom designed A5X dual-core processor. This processor supports quad-core graphics which consumes less power and delivers high performance.
- Battery The battery has 10 hours of backup, even if you watch videos and surf the web. The iPad is fitted with a 42.5 watt hour built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery.
From basic phones to smartphones, LG offers a wide range of models. Each model offers a specific set of features in proportion to the budget opted by users. Along-with other mobile phone manufacturing majors such as Samsung, HTC and Nokia, LG launches attractive new models with new features quite often. Recently, LG announced a new set of 3 phones – “L” series. These new models have close resemblance to HTC and Samsung. Through L series, LG offers simplified versions of smartphones. L Styles will fit in between budget and high-end models of LG.
New L-style phones offer better grip and it is easy to carry these slim sized ones. Special layout and design features attract users to stick to the new screen. Of the three L models announced, LG Optimus L7 comes with 4.3″ display. L5 sports 4″ while L3 sports 3.2 inches. L7 offers Ice Cream Sandwich and L3 runs on Gingerbread Android OS. It is revealed that L3 comes with 3 MP camera while L5 and L7 are fitted with 5 MP cameras.
Hipster is the newest in line of popular brands that have developed new ideas to improve upon the social media mobile photo sharing in the local market scene. Hipster has developed an iPhone app for this purpose. The difference with this app is that it is geared towards sending in digital postcards.
Using the app is simple and is supposed to be fun. You take a snap and then log in to your Facebook or email account. The app has 10 custom filters for you to unleash your creativity through different fonts, styles and image filters. When satisfied with your digital postcard profile, you can post it online so your friends and acquaintances can check it out. New additions to the innovativeness include geographic location of the senders.
Therefore, you can edit in your current location information as well as put in details about what you are doing at that particular time. You can share these digital postcards on Facebook, Twitter and other popular social media profiles.
Essentially Threadsy is trying to solve the problem that most users face with multiple tabs open in a browser window. If you’re the type who has a Twitter and Facebook account, as well as multiple e-mail accounts, you’ve probably got several tabs running throughout the day that keep these sites open. Threadsy’s solution is to aggregate all the messages from those places into one interface using the newest APIs from Twitter and Facebook, the no-sign-in-needed OAuth from Gmail and other webmail offerings.
The interface – messages on the left, streaming updates on the right – works for you better than individual inbox views. Web mail has been handled with simplicity. When first setting up the service, you give it access to your various e-mail accounts, which at least for Gmail, can be done without giving Threadsy any of your account credentials. Instead, you just authorize it to get access to those messages – just like enabling connections to your Facebook and Twitter profiles.
Threadsy then blends together all the messages from your Web mail accounts along with direct messages in Twitter and Facebook into one big in-box. When you click on a message, you also get a profile view of the sender, compiling everything your social networks and the web knows about them. Social updates from Twitter and Facebook sit on the right of the page, where you can see the latest items from both networks mixed together. If a user has linked to a photo, Threadsy will give you a nice large preview. The same goes for linked audio files and updates from various Facebook applications.
- All your accounts in one place.
- Social updates and e-mail side by side (even Google Buzz).
- Built-in Twitter and Facebook posting tool.
- Signature that includes links to all your various social profiles.
- Features multi-file attachment uploading.
- Bird’s eye view of somebody’s public profile, including tweets, uploaded photos, and various social-networking profiles.
- Built-in chat (powered by Meebo).
- Audio notifications when you get a new message.
- Lackluster auto-complete for the addresses in the e-mail app.
- Does a poor job showing you the addresses of the e-mail account you’re sending from.
- “Inbound” universal in-box is hard to tell which services messages are from.
- Missing the feel of each service’s native messaging tools (except for Twitter).