The case -- which we brought you news of days ago -- looks identical to the iPad 2, with the Home button intact, if this is indeed the official front casing. When the invite went out, some speculated the button would be omitted, because it wasn't pictured. The site says Apple won't launch a 4G iPad, as there are too few people using the technology to warrant the extra bulk and shorter battery life inevitable. That shouldn't make too much difference to us Brits though, seeing as we won't be seeing 4G until the end of the year at the earliest. Previous rumours have suggested the iPad 3 will be 4G, but we'll have to wait until Wednesday to find out.
It's expected to come in the same 16GB, 32GB and 64GB varieties as the iPad 2, While M.I.C, Gadget doesn't confirm this, we've heard from other sources that it'll also be the same price as the existing iPad, This would also fit with Apple's traditional pricing strategy, with the new generation of a product costing the same as the previous, Other rumours? ultra-thin snap-on case for iphone 5/5s & iphone se Apple is thought to unveil some serious TV offerings alongside the iPad, including a rejigged Apple TV set-top box and plans for its upcoming TV service, If it does, then you know a standalone TV set can't be far off -- with any luck, anyway..
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There aren't any examples of real-life goals given, but we're guessing if you want to lose weight you'll still have to put in some of the effort yourself. Blast. In keeping with Android's open-source ethic, Google is going to let developers loose with the service, so it could become part of every function on your phone. Apparently Assistant will be unveiled in the last three months of the year, so we've a while to wait. But I'm sure more details will leak before that. Fingers crossed, anyway. Meanwhile, Android has Android Voice Actions, which some merry pranksters over at Motorola (now part of Google) have shown to be superior to Siri in a video. But then a service is only as good as the person using it. Check out the video below and let me know which you prefer.
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