Although the beauty of the iPad is its stunning touch interactivity, Apple is per usual looking ahead to the next front of human-technology interaction, namely, control through 3D gestures.
Although 1ideacase hasn’t created a mark in the iPad 2 accessories segment yet, the company has been steadily gaining recognition. They have now introduced the 1ideacase i-Model Handbag which basically is a simple handbag for holding iPad 2.
1ideacase i-Model Handbag for iPad 2
Okay, so first off, coverage of the supposedly imminent arrival of the iPad 3 is vast and varied. In fact, I don’t recall a time when so many mainstream media outlets have differed so much on something as mundane as a product release. But that is to assume that the iPad 3 is any other product, as opposed to the reality – that it is one of the most anticipated consumer goods on the planet.
Rewind to the launch of The Daily in San Francisco circa February 2011. Despite overtures from Rupert Murdoch himself to join him in launching The Daily, Steve Jobs is too sick to attend. So who does he send? Not CEO in waiting Tim Cook nor his SVP of Marketing, Phil Schiller. Instead he sends Eddy Cue, at the time not even an executive of Apple. But then Cue is the father of iTunes and the App Store and in hindsight made for an inspired choice to appear on Apple’s behalf.
The iMac looks like a jelly bean pregnant with a computer, or so goes some of the more off-hand reactions to the now iconic Apple iMac. The vision and audacity to place a computer monitor and processor inside a transparent piece of colorful plastic, without it looking cheap and tacky, was the gamble of one Jonathan Ive, designer of amongst other Apple products, the iPad.
Even though we are yet to see a real life picture of the iPad 3, Apple has reportedly cancelled all the iPad 3 parts with its Taiwanese suppliers. Reason? The Retina Display that packs a mighty 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution. The new display was turning out very low yield rates.