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iPad WiFi+3G unboxing

iPad WiFi+3G unboxing

Early adopters and the terminally impatient bought Apple's iPad WiFi when it debuted on April 3rd; was the sensible plan to wait until the iPad WiFi + 3G, which went on sale yesterday?  It's too early to answer that question, but we have a 3G-enabled iPad in hand and an unboxing to share.  More after the cut!

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Hang on, where’s iPhone OS 4.0?

Hang on, where’s iPhone OS 4.0?

Many of the iPad rumors we heard in the run-up to yesterday's launch turned out to be false - OLED displays, dual cameras and solar panels all come to mind - but one of the suggestions that had sounded reasonably believable was that the tablet would run iPhone OS 4.0. Last we heard, tipsters suggested that Apple had been sitting on the launch of the updated platform since it contained too many mentions of the iPad, something that would tip developers (and thus the press) that the nigh-legendary tablet was on its way.

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Apple iPad A4 CPU detailed

Apple iPad A4 CPU detailed

There was so much information offered yesterday when the iPad was unveiled by Apple that it was a bit overwhelming. One of the key items of the iPad that didn’t get as much talk time on stage as some of the other features was the Apple A4 processor. The one thing that Apple was specific on was that the processor was its own silicon.

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Belkin unveils Vue, Max, and Grip iPad sleeves

Belkin unveils Vue, Max, and Grip iPad sleeves

Certainly some of the biggest tech news this year has been the official unveiling of the iPad by Apple yesterday. The device looks pretty darn cool to me, though some complain the iPad didn’t live up to the hype. As you can imagine with any new product coming from Apple, the accessories are coming in force as well.

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Adobe talk iPad Flash alternatives

Adobe talk iPad Flash alternatives

Running as it does the iPhone OS, the iPad joins the list of Apple devices that won't play Flash content.  While they're not ready to announce Flash for the platform, Adobe have confirmed that their upcoming Packager for iPhone - which will be part of Flash Pro CS5 - will indeed support the iPad along with the iPhone and iPod touch.

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iPad 3G data plan the real star of Apple’s show?

iPad 3G data plan the real star of Apple’s show?

Apple have never been impressed with netbooks - they've consistently criticized the budget ultraportables and maintained that they have no interest in producing one - but with the Apple iPad Steve Jobs basically declared war on netbooks.  After opening with a snub - "netbooks aren't better at anything - they're just cheap laptops" - Jobs went on to rub salt in the wound with the launch of a 3G data plan that's half what netbook buyers are currently expected to pay.

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