Is The iPad 5 Still Too Heavy?
More and more tablets are becoming lighter. The 9-Inch Kindle Nook HD for example is 20% lighter than the iPad. The difference between weight is noticeable right after you lift the device, but it becomes considerably more pronounced as you lift both items for prolonged period of time. Experts even say that the iPad feels overweight in comparison to it. In fact, the third version of the iPad is 50 grams heavier than its predecessor, the iPad 2.
While it still remains top of the race, it needs to amp up its planning on future tablets because other devices might just take over …………………………….. read more: http://blogs.smartmoney.com/advice/
Can We Pick Einstein’s Brain Through The iPad?
Einstein revolutionized the face of Physics, and now, we can take a look at how his brain works through an iPad app. At $9.99, the application provides detailed images of his brain for scientists to study on. The application contains 350 fragile slides of slices of his brain. These were taken right after his death back in 1955.
This application allows people to look at it as if they were looking through a microscope in order to study them and perhaps even discover something. Professors, students and basically anyone curious can also get a quick look. Who knows what scientists may actually find? ……………………………… read more: http://www.postbulletin.com/news/
What is The iPhone 5 Telling Use About The iPad 4?
Apple has been quite predictable when it comes to the relationship between their new iPads for the year and the current iPhones. This trend can help many make educated guesses, which are oftentimes the basis for rumors for upcoming Apple devices. The release of the iPhone 5 can tell us pretty much a lot about what to expect for the iPad 4.
The iPhone 5 now has the A6 processor, which is undeniably the most powerful processor today for any mobile device. With that, it is most likely that Apple will use an A6X chip for its iPad 4 ………………………….. read more: http://www.cultofmac.com/