A Matter of Trust

Apple, in all their presumptuousness, has now pushed iOS 7.0.3 to both my iPhone and my iPad. I have not yet installed iOS 7 at all, nor do I want to. It’s ugly, it breaks with my muscle-memory conventions, and frankly I have no need for it. But there it sits anyway, consuming precious storage […]

The High Price of Gigabytes

AT&T and Verizon have formally announced their iPad 2 pricing plans, and it’s clear that they expect us to live in the stone age when it comes to internet usage on the go. Here are the numbers, broken down: Verizon AT&T Gigabytes Monthly Cost Per GB Gigabytes Monthly Cost Per GB 1 GB $20 $20 […]

Which iPad 2 Will You Get?

In an extremely un-Apple like move, the Cupertino, California company will release eighteen different variants of its new iPad 2 in the United States on Friday. Which model do you have your eye on? When you list out the options in this way, it seems a little ridiculous.

How’d I Do?

To much fanfare and Twitter-wide praise, Apple launched the iPad 2 today in San Francisco.  (And much to my chagrin, they are not available immediately. I have to wait a whole week and a half. I’m so bummed.) But now it’s time for rumor-mill roundups. How did I do? Okay, but not great. Front facing […]

My iPad 2 Predictions

Well, everyone else has gotten into the act, so with a little more than twenty-four hours left in which to speculate, here are my official predictions as to what the new iPads to be announced tomorrow will have: Front facing and rear facing cameras. Well, duh. This has been a mainstay of the rumor mill […]