Apple reveals the first batch of new iPads has sold out -- no surprise there -- and if you order online now you will have to wait a bit longer. Both black and white models are listed on Apple's website as expected in a vague two to three weeks. If you were eager enough to place an order before now, you should receive your new toy from Apple on Friday, the day of release. If not, it sounds like heading down to an actual shop -- remember them? -- is the best way to get hold of a new iPad. The new iPad starts at £400 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model. The 3G versions offer a speeded-up web connection, although that is limited in the UK.
If you already have an iPad, check out our guide to whether you should upgrade to the new iPad, If you're in two minds about which tablet to get, our handy guide should help as we measure up the new iPad against the iphone case vs no case Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Asus Transformer Pad, While it probably isn't necessary to queue overnight -- in fact, at Apple's Regent Street store the queue has already started -- it sounds like you will need to get down there early, as shops are reported to have limited stocks, We've tried out the new iPad ahead of the launch -- press play on our video below to see what all the fuss is about..
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Google and Microsoft, however, are well behind the times in this regard, Microsoft's Windows Phone OS is the worst offender, with absolutely no backup option available, The Zune desktop client syncs photos that you've iphone case vs no case taken with your PC, and contact data is duplicated on your Windows Live account, However, as it stands today, if you lose your phone, you lose everything else, All of your messages, your settings, your bookmarks and the apps you've downloaded, plus the data that goes with each of these, will be gone..
This is something that concerns a great many Windows Phone users, and luckily some of these concerned parties are also software programmers. We've come across a handful of unofficial Windows Phone backup and restore programs, the best of which is called WP Easy Backup Beta by XDA Developers forum member MarcHoover. There are a few disclaimers that go with this program, including a standard "this could break your phone and that's not my fault" style of warning, but we've tested it out using the Nokia Lumia 800 (sorry, Nokia), and it worked without a hiccup. It takes about 20 minutes to back-up, and slightly longer to restore, but once completed we found that it had successfully reinstalled everything just as we'd left it, including apps.
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