Deep down inside iPad’s file system, some amazing references have been found related to the upcoming iPod touch, iPhone and the iPad. So are we seeing something exciting coming up from Apple in the near future? Well only time will tell, for now, check out this screenshot below.
Apple has just released the iPhone SDK 3.2 on the iPhone Dev Center for developers, interested in developing for iPhone, iPod touch and the newly released iPad. iPhone SDK 3.2 includes the Xcode IDE, iPhone Simulator, and a suite of additional tools for developing applications for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
According to MacRumors, Apple is expected to release iTunes 9.1 on April 3rd, the same day as iPad’s US launch date. This new version of iTunes will bring support for iPad, and a new “Books” section which will replace the existing “Audiobooks” section in the iTunes Store.
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.
Apple has made it official! WiFi models of iPad are coming to US on 3rd April, and you will be able to pre-order it starting from March 12th. The 3G models of iPad however wont be available anytime before late April or May. WiFi model will be starting for as low as $499 for the 16GB version, while the WiFi + 3G model will cost $629 for the 16GB version.
The newly released iPhone 3.2 SDK Beta 3 has revealed even more info on what is to come in the upcoming iPhone OS 3.2/4.0 for iPhone and iPad. In addition to supporting video conferencing through a front facing camera and external LED flash, the new firmware will also include built-in tools which will enable to do basic photo editing like crop and rotate directly on device without any third party app.
All Apple fans and especially the iPhone lovers were much concerned whether the next iPhone will be on its way to market, or not. They may now simply relax. Ingenious tipsters at Engadget, have discovered yet another fascinating fact deep inside the Frameworks of the iPhone OS 3.2 SDK, namely: the codename of the next iPhone. It was discovered buried deep inside the platform simulator set of folders dedicated to specific models of iPhone OS-ready devices, including the iPhone 3GS, second generation iPod touch, something that was called the "K48" (the codename was the internal name for the iPad), and... the "N89." Sure, it sounds like a Nokia phone just waiting to happen. No this is not Nokia but this according to extremely knowledgeable and trusted sources, is the likely codename of the next iPhone (previous versions were called the M68, N82, and N88).
Steve Jobs surely didn’t tell us everything about the iPad when it was unveiled last Wednesday. This must be part of his business strategy to keep some of these features for the future version of iPad, just like what they did with the original iPhone, iPhone 3G and then 3GS.
The long awaited Apple iPad was released today, much to the delight of Apple fans who were waiting for Apple to reinvent the tablet/slate market. For those of you who don’t know, iPad is an all new tablet/slate like device that will run all of your existing iPhone Apps and Games on a a 9.7 inches IPS capacitive multitouch display. It is powered by 1Ghz processor and comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB flash sizes. More features of the device can be found here.