You just got your iPad 3. You've probably played Angry Birds in high def, flicked through retina websites and downloaded a shit-ton of apps but you're iPad's still missing something. Either you're still using the boring, stock Apple wallpapers or you have a low res background. You're iPad's going to need some spicing up.
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This amazing piece of techlonogy is like an iPhone on a projector. Could you imagine flicking a switch and then playing angry birds on the side of a bus? That could be the future with this multitouch projector, which is already capable of viewing maps, playing games and more. It works with a projector and multiple camera system to capture your finger movements to map your finger gestures. It looks pretty big but don't worry! In a few years it will be so small it would be barely noticible.
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Not to beat around the bush here, Tim Cook stated some specs, some developers showed their games and other filler crap. Here's the interesting stuff-
New 3rd-Generation iPad:
(First and foremost: NAME? “The New iPad” was the only name they referred to, though “New 3rd-Generation iPad” popped up in its videos. So if you laid bets on “iPad 3″ or “iPad HD” — er, sorry. But here’s what this bizarro no-name tablet will offer.)
- Retina Display: 2048 x 1536, or 3.1 million pixels, 264 ppi
- 4G/LTE: 21Mbps HSPA+ and DC-HSDPA at 42Mbps, and LTE at 73Mbps. (LTE on both Verizon and AT&T, plus Rogers, Bell, and Telus)
- Processor: Dual-core A5X processor, with quad-core graphics
- Home button: YES
- 30-pin Dock connector: YES
- Camera: Upgraded, including 5MP rear illuminated sensor, 5-element lens, IR filter, and ISP built into the A5X chip, auto-exposure, auto-focus, white balance, face detection,s stabilization. Of course, still has HD video capture, but up to 1080p now
- Siri: Not exactly, but there’s a new voice dictation feature via a microphone button on the keyboard. (Supports US English, British, Australian, French, German and Japanese)
- Hot Spot: YES (if carrier supports it)
- Battery life: Retains 10 hours of battery life (9 hours on 4G)
- Size: 9.4mm thin, weighing 1.4lbs.
- Price: $499 for 16GB, $599 32GB, $699 for 64GB (no 128GB)
- Availability: March 16 (pre-orders start today for US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan)
New Apple TV:
- New user interface (including Cover Flow-ish design)
- 1080p support
- TV content availability one day after airing
- iTunes Match support
- Photo Stream
- iCloud support for movies
- Available next week
- Pre-orders start today
- Available today
- Siri to launch in Japan in next few weeks
- iTunes Store now supports movies and TV shows in 1080p HD
- Plus, all the native apps have been updated and optimized
As for the iPad 2, it’s getting a price revamp: The retail cost is getting slashed by $100, so a 16GB Wifi model will now go for $399.
The event ended with a tease: “2012: There’s a lot to look forward to.”
So, were you excited or disappointed in the announcements today? Let us know how you feel in the comments.