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Apple Corrects iPad Demo Video; Reconfirms it Has No Plans to Support Flash

Apple Corrects iPad Demo Video; Reconfirms it Has No Plans to Support Flash

If you were hopeful that Apple iPad would support Flash based on Apple’s official iPad video then we’ve some bad news.

Apple has just corrected the iPad demo video by removing the Flash content from it. It now shows the broken Flash plug-in icon.

iPhone OS 3.2: Support For Video Calls, Multi-Tasking, File Downloads, SMS And Handwriting Keyboard

iPhone OS 3.2: Support For Video Calls, Multi-Tasking, File Downloads, SMS And Handwriting Keyboard

Ever since the Apple iPad was unveiled, the blogosphere has been abuzz with complaints about the lack of Camera and Flash on what Steve Jobs claims is the "most important thing" he has ever done. However, it now appears that there is much more to the iPad than what was demoed on Wednesday. According to fresh rumors, a camera on the iPad is quite likely; at least in the second generation of the device. 

Will iPad’s A4 Chip Make Its Way to iPhone 4G?

Will iPad’s A4 Chip Make Its Way to iPhone 4G?

One of the notable aspects about the recently unveiled Apple iPad is its speed. From what we can gather from early reviews of the device, the A4 processing chip on the iPad enables the applications to be opened "instantly" and its response time is seen to be much faster than even iPhone 3GS, let alone the older iPhone models (as you would expect from a tablet computer). 

Apple’s Official iPad Video Reveals Support for Flash?

Apple’s Official iPad Video Reveals Support for Flash?

The lack of support for Flash on the iPad was revealed while Steve Jobs was giving a demo of their latest creation at the media event on Wednesday

But folks at 9to5Mac think they have every reason to believe that the iPad could in fact be coming with Flash installed. This is based on the official iPad video released by Apple on their iPad microsite. 

Will iWork for iPad – Multi-Touch Version of Productivity Apps Come to the iPhone?

Will iWork for iPad – Multi-Touch Version of Productivity Apps Come to the iPhone?

Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing unveiled iWork for iPad at the media event on Wednesday, which he claimed was specially designed for the multi-touch surface of the iPad

The launch of the software suite will provide a range of productivity tools to iPad users, which we believe will be one of the killer apps for the iPad.

No Camera for iPad – Is it a Deal-Breaker?

No Camera for iPad – Is it a Deal-Breaker?

We're huge fans of Apple's products. However, over the years, the company is slowly creating a legacy of launching amazing products that fall short of the word "perfect" simply because of the lack of one critical feature or the other. 

Back in 2007, Apple revolutionized the mobile phone space when it launched the iPhone. Despite the launch of a breakthrough product, complaints about the lack of features like video capturing capabilities etc took the sheen away from the product.

iPhone OS 3.2 SDK Released: External Display, File Sharing, No Multi-Tasking, No iPhone Support

iPhone OS 3.2 SDK Released: External Display, File Sharing, No Multi-Tasking, No iPhone Support

After unveiling the iPad, Apple has released iPhone OS 3.2 SDK beta for developers to develop apps for the iPad. 

As you might already be aware, iPhone OS 3.2 currently works only on the iPad and does not support iPhone or iPod touch. 

Apple Tablet Rumor Scorecard

Apple Tablet Rumor Scorecard

One and a half months of pure frenzy and the Apple iPad is finally here. Along the way, we had an amazing number of rumors and speculations. 

There were a few that made logical sense (front-facing Camera?), a few that sounded outrageous (HDTV tuner?) and a few that we were indifferent to. 

At the end of it all, which of the rumors actually turned out to be true and which didn't? 

Apple Launches iBooks – The App Store For eBooks

Apple Launches iBooks – The App Store For eBooks

One of the significant announcements at the YBCA media event other than the unveiling of the iPad itself was the launch of Apple's proprietary book store. Christened iBooks, the virtual bookstore is basically an App Store for books.

The iPad will come with a virtual bookshelf that will house all of the users' personal collection of ebooks.

Apple iPad Does Not Support Adobe Flash Like The iPhone

Apple iPad Does Not Support Adobe Flash Like The iPhone

After months of rumors and speculations, Apple finally unveiled their their “latest creation” called the iPad.

According to Apple, iPad is their “most advanced technology in a magical and revolutionary device”. 

It looks very impressive but based on comments from our readers, one of its biggest disappointments is the lack of support for Adobe Flash just like the iPhone.