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The iPad! A really big iPod touch…

The iPad! A really big iPod touch… 

Well if you want my full overview of the iPad, Watch it at http://www.youtube.com/MacTipsPodcast
Aah. The long awaited Apple Tablet has finally arrived. It has a BEAUTIFUL 9.7″ Capacitive touch panel. (LED Backlit) It runs on Apple’s new 1ghz A4 Processor which should show some nice performance. It is very thin, and ligher than any netbook. [...]

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Apple Online Store Down (and Now Back Up)

Apple Online Store Down (and Now Back Up) 

Honestly, your guess is as good as mine as to what this could be. For now, I’m leaning with TUAW, with the idea that this is probably regular maintenance. If anything changes, though, rest assured that I’ll update immediately. In the unlikely event that anything notable comes from this update, I can’t imagine it being [...]

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Apple Launches App Store Resource Center

Apple Launches App Store Resource Center 

Apple has just announced the creation of the App Store Resource Center for iPhone developers. From what I can gather, its basically a knowledge base that covers all aspects of creating and releasing iPhone Apps. It looks like you’ll need a developer account to get into the resource center, but you might want to give [...]

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Grand Central Dispatch Now Open Source

Grand Central Dispatch Now Open Source 

Apple has now released some parts of Snow Leopard’s new Grand Central Dispatch feature, making them open source via the Apache license. This move can really only benefit Apple, Mac Research points out. Any new developments made through this release will directly benefit the Mac platform, either now or in the future. The more developers [...]

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iPhone 3G Gets a Physical Keyboard; Too Bad Its Ugly

iPhone 3G Gets a Physical Keyboard; Too Bad Its Ugly 

Well, alright. Our headline may have been a little misleading, but take a look at this accessory. It’s called the iTwinge, and is basically a $30 external keyboard for the iPhone that works through the dock connector. It weighs only one ounce and is supposedly very durable. The company  producing this “typing skin” for the iPhone [...]

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