Posts under tag: iPad
If you cast your mind back to high school physics, you might recall what’s dubbed the Grand Unified Theory — an attempt to explain how three of the primary forces of the unviverse were once a single, unified force. So you might call iOS 4.2 the “grand unification” release of iOS, as it at long last brings the iPad, the iPhone, and iPod touch under the same roof. (more…)
Apple is bringing wireless printing to the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The company announced Wednesday the release of the AirPrint beta to its iOS development community.
The technology will allows developers to integrate wireless printing capabilities into their apps. (more…)
Duke University’s Marc Sperber is researching which iPad apps and accessories will best work for field-based research.
Starting this fall a class at Duke University in Durham, NC will begin experimenting with the use of Apple iPads in student field research. The Duke Global Health Institute will distribute the tablet devices in a master’s course that introduces students to methodological techniques used in global health research. That university research currently spans 37 countries, from Bangladesh to Vietnam. Funding for the program is coming from Duke’s Center for Instructional Technology. (more…)
Caravaggio was recently described by the New York Time as the best-loved Italian painter of all time. To mark the celebration of the 400th Anniversary of his death ScalaGroup International is pleased to present Caravaggiomania for iPhone and iPad.
JERUSALEM — Israel has banned imports of Apple Inc.’s hottest new product, the iPad, citing concerns the powerful gadget’s wireless signals could disrupt other devices.
Customs officials said Thursday they have already confiscated about 10 of the lightweight tablet computers since Israel announced the new regulations this week. The ban prevents anyone — even tourists — from bringing iPads into Israel until officials certify that they comply with local transmitter standards. (more…)
iPad, we have a problem.
After weeks of hype over the new touch-screen tablet, Apple is now acknowledging that the device sometimes has trouble connecting to the Internet.
“Under certain conditions, iPad may not automatically rejoin a known Wi-Fi network after restart or waking from sleep,” Apple said in a post on its technical support site late last night. Apple did not respond to an e-mail query from USA Today this morning.
Apple’s post came after complaints from iPad users, who said they weren’t able to get a Wi-Fi connection or that the connection kept getting dropped. Several, on a message board on Apple’s support site, said laying the iPad on a flat surface worsened the problem. (more…)