Latest iPad, iPhone and iOS News and Rumors
CNET reports that Apple's partners still have issues with the mass production of iPad 3 retina display.
According to the latest news the new display could be the largest hardware innovation of the 3rd generation iPad, but the production seems to cause problems based on leaked information by the Asian manufacturing suppliers.
According to the news Google is working on an official Gmail app for devices running iOS.
A lot of people use Gmail to do their e-mail workflow. It is fast, convenient, but something is still missing for iOS users: they can access their mails taking advantage of Push service only doing a trick to set up an Exchange account.
The Macotakara claims, referring to "reliable sources in Asia", that Apple may change the long-time used dock connector first time in the iPad 3. The blog discovered the new connector on the list of TVC-Mall, and they claim that it will still have 30 pins, but it will take up much smaller space.
Guys at 9to5mac's reported the news that it's not completely safe to use SmartCover on iPad 2 running iOS 5. Even if it is password protected, due to a bug you can unlock your device, at best situation you enter the main menu, where you cannot run apps, but you can see all installed and running applications, or even you can remove them. Moreover, you can search for anything in spotlight.
Facebook app did its job very well on iPhone, but for some reason it hasn't been made for iPad till now. The official line was that iPad can be used well from a web browser interface. But it was neither quick nor easy, we scolded Facebook a lot: Why isn't there an app yet? Finally, today, without any prior notice, the application was added to the App Store.
The Myriad's developers were reported by 9to5Mac to be working on enabling Android applications to run on iPad. The goal of Alien Dalvik 2.0 project is that users will be able to run applications coded for Android, on iPad's iOS system.
The development allows the impossible to become possible: you can run Android applications directly from the iPad Home screen, as if they were regular App Store applications.