iPhoto will be coming to iPad along with updates to iMovie and GarageBand to complete the rest of the iLife suite for iOS. It will come with many new features including new gestures, effects, multi-touch editing, the ability to send images wirelessly between devices.
iWork for iOS has just been updated with many new features including brand new 3D charts, animations and various other features. Each iWork app will be available for the same $9.99 price point and as a free update for existing owners. The update will be available starting today and is a universal binary for both iPhone and iPad. We are assuming the new features in the update will be...
Apple has announced availability and pricing for the new iPad during their iPad keynote, which won't be changing whatsoever from the previous lineup. The pricing structure will follow their typical $499/$599/$699 depending on storage space, which also carries over the to 4G LTE models at $629/$729/$829. The new iPad will be available to consumers on March 16th.
Apple has just confirmed live from today's iPad event that the iPad 3 will indeed have support for LTE. iMore recently reported LTE capabilities as confirmed by one of our sources as well. LTE will support the following carriers in North America - Rogers, Telus, Bell, AT&T, Verizon.
Apple has just announced that iOS 5.1 will be available to consumers starting today. Among the new features that will be included are things such as Siri support in Japan and the ability to delete individual photos within Photo Stream.
Apple has just announced from the iPad 3 event that their popular voice assistant, Siri, will be making its way to customers in Japan. It will be part of iOS 5.1 which will be available starting today. Siri will be rolled out in Japan over the next few weeks. Siri is currently available in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, and France. This aligns with Apple's plan...
iPads equipped with 4G are showing up in Apple's inventory ahead of the iPad 3 event according to a 9to5Mac source. This would mean that 4G would not only be for US models, but international models as well. This lines up with our recent prediction that the iPad 3 would indeed be equipped with LTE.