Another day, another iWatch rumor. This new one comes from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a decent enough track record that people pay attention to what he has to say. So what is he saying? Apple is having a hell of a time working on a new version of iOS for the iPad and the iPhone, so they simply don’t have the resources to work on a watch product. That and Apple thinks the whole wearable computing industry isn’t mature enough, which is the understatement of a century.
App Deals For Today: Angry Birds Space, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, DreamWorks Dragons, TapDragonDrop, ComicBook!
Here are some of the top app deals for today.
Rovio’s hugely popular game, Angry Birds Space for the iPhone and iPad has gone free today, along with DreamWorks Dragons: TapDragonDrop, ComicBook! and FlickStackr for Flickr. EA has also slashed the price of its popular racing game, Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
You might not realise, but you’ve got a document scanner in your pocket. Remember all those spy films where the hero pulls out a tiny camera to take a copy of the villain’s plans to take over the world? You too can do that because your iPhone’s camera is more than capable enough to take high quality document snaps. While just the built-in camera app alone is fine, it’s always difficult to avoid perspective distortions and have shadows get in the way. Scanner Pro is here to help with all of that, read on to find out how.
Last week, we told you that Apple’s adding Samsung’s latest Android flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, in its second patent lawsuit against the Korean company. Today, more details about the suit emerged as Apple filed a formal motion to add Samsung’s Galaxy S4 in the list of infringing devices.