Apple’s new iPad ad showcases features working with the Retina Display

Found on 9to5mac, Apple recently aired a new iPad TV advisement showcasing the retina display. The ad showcases iPad features such as emailing, reading via Newsstand, TV show watching, iPhoto gallery making, Numbers document editing, drawing via apps, iBooks 2 textbooks, reading, and more and how the features look on the Retina display.

Apple to give Podcast their own app

Apple revealed a lot of new stuff about the iOS6 features at its annual developers conference this week, but there’s one thing they didn’t show off.

According to All Things Digital, Apple is creating  standalone app for podcast. Now this may not sound so exciting as the 3D maps for iPhone or Siri on iPad but its noteworthy given that Apple Currently serves podcast on iTunes and has you listen to them in a separate called Music.

In case you didn’t know, podcasts are pre-recorded audio shows of varying genres that users can subscribe to and listen to even when offline. 

As for the timing of such a release, Apple typically rolls out new iPods, and iTunes software in the fall at its annual music event. Last year that event was replaced with the debut of the iPhone 4S. Which was the last product Steve Jobs unveiled before his death. Rest his soul.

More Updates are coming soon.

Is this the next IPhone?

9to5mac just recently posted black plate shots of what appears to be the next generation IPhone in both black and white. From the looks of it they look nice. The metal plating on the back gives it a neat look and if to add the dock is smaller which is quite interesting in my book. I like the 2-tone they got going on but they should really make the whole back just metal.We’ll just have to wait and see what Apple has in store.

MacBook Pro with Retina Display

The new Macbook Pro with retina display may be deceiving to the common eye. With the look of the Macbook air, Apple’s newest 15-inch super-notebook may be thinner and lighter than older MacBook Pro models. Its redesigned aluminum body houses a potent array of features that will blow your mind away!

For $2,199, users get a 2.3 GHz quad-core Intel i7 processor, 8-gigabytes of RAM, a 256 GB solid state drive, two USB 3.0 ports, and a razor-sharp Retina Display. With these stunning features Apple calls this “the most advanced Mac ever made” 

This is just a little general information so far about the new Macbook. A full review will be coming soon.