Posts Tagged ‘iPad SDK’

Apple has just released yet another update to iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad. This Beta 5 of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK for iPad has been released only a week after Beta 4 was released. This release will most probably be the last Beta release as the devices are scheduled to ship with the final version on April 3.

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PadNotes is a new iPad App that permits to write, draw, or highlight text on any document while using any image or PDF file as the background. It can be used for quickly filling out forms, taking notes, drawing a shape and exporting the completed documents as images or PDF files via e-mail or network sharing.

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Apple Store in the US has just been updated to include the new iPad, both the Wi-Fi only version, and Wi-Fi + 3G version for pre-order starting from today. The Wi-Fi only model comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions and are available for $499, $599 and $699 respectively. It will ship on 3rd April for free. The Wi-Fi + 3G version of iPad also comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions and can be bought for $629, $729 and $829 respectively. The Wi-Fi + 3G version however wont ship before late April 2010.

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Apple has just rolled out another update to iPhone OS 3.2 SDK for iPad. This Beta 4 of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK for iPad brings new API improvements and bug fixes to make sure it is all set before Apple officially releases the final firmware in shipping device come this April.

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iPad is all set to launch in US on April 3rd, with pre-orders starting from March 12th onwards. There is growing hype about queries and inquest about this new device among the public in general, and the potential buyers in particular. Everyone wants to know, confirm and reaffirm everything before booking one on March 12th.

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Well it looks like iPad will allow you to make emergency phone calls in the time of need. According to GumballTech’s finding using the latest iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad, if you incorrectly enter your passcode for 5 times consecutively, iPad brings up a screen with slide to emergency call just like the one found on the iPhone.

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