The latest update to Apple's mobile software comes with performance improvements to its older devices, notably the iPhone 4s and the iPad 2.
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The iPad Air 2's performance enhancements will appeal to those who run graphically demanding apps, although Apple's quest for thinness comes at the cost of reduced battery capacity. Last year's iPad Air remains a good option, but the Air 2 will be the power user's choice.
While beating the iPad 3's pixel density might look good on the box or in press releases, in the real world it can have a negative effect on performance and battery life.
Scratch the surface of each of the 'flaws' that have been in the news lately and you find out that there's very little substance to them.
Facebook for iOS version 4.1.1 is now available. The new version adds Retina Display support for the iPad and fixes a bunch of bugs. Facebook Timeline for iPad, however, has not yet been added.
Buying the latest iPad may not excite the imagination, but a new high-performance desktop gets everybody excited.
It seems almost certain that the Apple iPad 3 will have a retina display, but will that come at the cost of poorer performance or lower battery life?
Facebook for Android version 1.8.2 is just a minor release. It fixes a few bugs and improves performance. Facebook has not given a date for when to expect the next major version of the app.
Facebook for iOS version 4.1 is now available. The new version adds Mobile Timeline for the iPhone (but not the iPad), access to friend lists/subscribers/subscriptions, and improves performance.
Users have already begun reporting bugs on the newly released Facebook app for iPad.
Users report several bugs shortly after release of Facebook app on iPad and lament "poor testing" to ensure app works with peripherals, according to report.
Apple's iOS contains several 'bugs' which are hampering the performance of web apps, according to an exclusive report by the The Register. But are they 'bugs' or a 'feature'?
Amid all of the hoopla around the Apple's iPhone, iPad and the once a year debut of new iPods, it's easy to forget that the Mac is a key cog in the company's performance.
Google announced the first major mobile application of its newly rebuilt web interface today, Gmail for the iPad. Although Gmail has always been accessible on the iPad, this so-called "Iterative Web App" fixes a number of bugs on the iPad (particularly related to scrolling, among other issues).
iTunes 9.1.1 was released via Software Update which fixes some VoiceOver and AAC conversion bugs in addition to the obligatory stability and performance improvements.
Not just countries are nervous over iPad performance standards, but now even some of America's top universities have said that their campuses are not ready for this device.
Now that most of the iPad madness has died down (with the exceptions of some new bugs popping up here and there), it's obviously time to go back to discussing rumors about the next generation of the iPhone. The latest big discussion has stemmed from Robert Watson, CEO of Canadian wireless provider SaskTel, who recently stated that a new version of the Apple smartphone will be available on their service this summer.
Apple has just released iTunes 9.0.3 via Software Update fixing bugs -- and it may be related to the iPhone 3.1.3 release earlier today. iPad strings are almost certain to be found in the code.
As you may have noticed during our live coverage of Apple's iPad event Wednesday, ZDNet had a few performance issues. Actually, that's a euphemism since we were pretty much dead in the water for a few hours.
Sketchy reports coming out of Germany are saying that SAP's Business By Design is likely to be delayed. According to Handelsblatt:An SAP developer speaking to Handelsblatt claimed (in German) that ByDesign was suffering from performance issues and bugs that would delay general availability until perhaps the end of 2009.
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