Looking for some gorgeous high resolution images for your new iPad? Here are a handful of gorgeous retina wallpapers, each measuring 2048×2048 pixels.
Click on any of the images below for a full sized version, though some of the links go to InterfaceLift and the iPad 2048×2048 version must be selected manually from their drop-down download menu, labeled as “new iPad (3rd gen)”. Enjoy!
When the iPhone 4S graced us with its presence back in October of last year, the central focus for me, being a picture snob, was the incredible built camera capability. Still, after using it for for around 6 months, anytime I sit back to really attempt a fathoming of how a phone with camera capabilities, (and lets not forget that it is in fact, despite all of its extended capabilities, a phone first.) can produce photos that could easily rival professional quality. The standard quality that is available to all that have this phone is great on a stand alone basis, but what I would like to skim the surface of today are a few of the extras, additions, filters and exposures that become available within the App Store.
In no particular order, check out some camera apps that have made themselves regulars on my home screen.
What peels away from your tablet’s display, folds to allow you to prop it up or type on it, comes in five pastel colors and has a product name that starts with the word ‘smart?’
Apple’s Smart Cover for iPad 2 is a good guess. But that’s not what we’re talking about here: we’re talking about the Smart Case for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1. And hey, no surprise here: Samsung’s officially certified the copycat Smart Cover to be used with their copycat iPad.
The Smart Case is a blatant imitation of the Smart Cover in everything except the way it fixes to the Galaxy Tab: because the Tab 10.1 doesn’t have magnets to affix the case, the Smart Case instead affixes to the back of the Tab, which affords some additional protection from dings.
In anticipation of a launch of the Photovine service which was announced Tuesday, Google has just released a free invite-only Photovine for iOS app on the App Store and posted the cutesy teaser (see above) on the official Photovine page. Beginning today, people can request an invite on the site, which is needed to take advantage of an iOS app. You’re advised to hurry up because invitations for Google’s recently launched products have been in high demand (Google+, anyone?).
It’s awesome to see this OS post OS9 and how far it’s come! We “should” be able to add the Lion chapter tomorrow. This only begs the question, “What comes after the Big Cats?”. Only time will tell…
From Cult of Mac:
The release of Mac OS X Lion culminates a decade-long software development process. Back in 2001 Apple introduced a new (and long awaited) replacement to the Classic Macintosh System Software, Mac OS X. How far we’ve come in ten years. As Lion goes on the prowl, we present a brief look back at Apple’s Big Cats over the years and review the Evolution of Mac OS X.