In the image Apple sent out, the device seems to be lacking a Home button. Seeing as Apple is keen on teasing in its invites what it'll be unveiling -- its invite to the Siri launch read: "Let's Talk iPhone" -- this could be a major clue. Apple's slogan also hints at some new gesture controls: "We have something you really have to see. And touch." Stop sniggering at the back there. Previous rumours have suggested Apple will ditch the home button on the tablet -- it was even suggested the iPad 2 would lose the physical button prior to launch. Apple has also showcased multi-touch gestures to developers, one of which is a full hand pinch that takes you back to the homescreen -- exactly the function of the home button.
What would you like to see in an iPad 3? Will you be mourning the home button if it does get the heave-ho? Or will it be good riddance? Let me know in the comments below, or on our Facebook page, The invite to the iPad 3 announcement next california poppies - watercolor painting iphone case week hints that Apple's nixed the home button from the device, The invite to Apple's iPad 3 announcement landed on our desk yesterday (alright, inbox), and it could reveal something interesting about the device, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
BARCELONA, Spain--While rivals like Nokia, HTC, and LG landed at Mobile World Congress with splashy press conferences and armloads of shiny new devices, Motorola flew into town well under the radar. Though the company's low-key presence would disappoint gadget geeks, Moto has never made a big play in the five years that I've been to Mobile World Congress. CES is always a bigger production for the company (it unveiled the super long-lasting Droid Razr Maxx last month, for example), so perhaps it just suffers from a post-Las Vegas hangover.
That doesn't mean, though the Moto doesn't secure a booth to show its latest devices, It may not have a second level and a hospitality suite, but it had a prime spot at the entrance to one of the halls and it was crowded at all times, In this corner of the booth, the company showed how its MotoActv devices can add to your workout, The MotoActv is Bluetooth accessory for use when you're exercising, For runs, it tracks your distance, pace, elevation, and time via GPS california poppies - watercolor painting iphone case and a LifeTracker feature measures your daily step count and calories burned, It also syncs via Wi-Fi to a fitness management Web site..
It has a music player with a stereo Bluetooth connection to keep you going. Of course, there were plenty of phones, too. The Gleam + has a slim, almost retro flip phone design. Its features aren't extensive, but there's a music player, an FM radio, and a camera. The Motorola Defy Mini builds on the previously released Motorola Defy. It has a rugged design that can withstand the elements, a scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 3.2-inch display, social-networking apps, front and rear cameras, and a 1650mAH battery.
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