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Apple Special Event Roundup: iPad 2, iOS 4.3, But No MobileMe Refresh

Apple's special event in San Francisco has just concluded, and Steve Jobs - who was on stage, despite his ill health - announced a variety of new products. After reporting on each aspect of the event as it happened, we've now compiled this "roundup" post, which essentially tells you everything that happened in the last couple of hours.

Joe White

Apple To Release iOS 4.3 On March 11

Apple has just stated that iOS 4.3 will be available to download soon. The software update is set to bring the Personal Hotspot feature to iOS users, along with support for "app subscriptions."

Joe White

Could This Be The Second Generation iPad?

In just a few hours, Apple will announced the second generation iPad at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. However, if you can't wait until then to catch a glimpse of the iPad 2, a last minute mockup gives us an idea of what the real thing may look like.

Joe White

Special Event: Back To The Mac - The Recap

Today's Apple special "Back To The Mac" event just ended. As predicted, unfortunately Steve didn't have much up his sleeve for us iDevice owners, besides FaceTime for the Mac that is. Nevertheless, iOS and iDevices had a lot to do with what was announced today, see for yourself...

Alexander Vaughn

Steve Jobs: Apple TV App Store May Still Be A Possibility

Steve Jobs has recently confirmed that the upgraded Apple TV, which premiered at the beginning of the month, may get an App Store in time. This means Apple TV users would be able to interact with iPhone and iPad apps on their TV set. It will surely serve to further increase interest in Apple's set-top box. Read on to find out more about this exciting possibility...

Joe White

iHome Utilizes Apple's AirPlay In Recently Announced Speaker Dock

Recently, Apple announced "AirPlay," a service which allows iDevice owners to stream music to any enabled device. Since then, iHome has announced its first AirPlay-enabled dock. And, though its info page is relatively vague, we do have some information complete with a picture of the portable speaker. Read on to find out more...

Joe White