Why has your iPhone been secretly recording everywhere you go since iOS4, in a way that a simple program can extract everywhere you've been from either your iPhone or your computer? Well, probably, a bug.
You don't have to pay AT&T twice to access the internet with your iPad 3G if you have an iPhone 4. You can use the iPhone 4 Micro SIM card as long as you introduce the use the settings above.
Unlike you guys, the FCC is taking the iPad security breach a little more seriously. The two high profile issues are causing the FCC to step up their scrutiny of online security and privacy issues. They're calling the iPad breach a "classic security breach" and have put cyber security on high priority through their…
Apparently there's some stampede on 3G iPads, which are in short supply, so that new customers can activate $30 3G unlimited plans before Monday, when they're banished forever. As a solution, AT&T is considering selling the iPad 3G data plan without an iPad 3G over the weekend—one that could be linked to your iPad…
AT&T announced some changes to the iPhone data plans, but iPad 3G owners are affected, too: AT&T is doing away with the $30/month unlimited data plan. Instead you'll pay $25/month for 2GB:
Whichever iPad you wanted, it's out now—from the basic $500 model to the fully loaded $830 64GB totally stacked version with 3G and GPS. So, which one did you buy?
The non-carrier locked iPad 3G won't run on other networks without a little love. That love was detailed today by iPad Insider in this untested DIY project.
Launch day jitters or something more? These are the questions circling around the iPad 3G today, as owners of the new tablet are finding video playback is not as "magical" on their device as it is on the wifi version.
Well, this didn't take long: According to the Dev Team, the iPad 3G is just as easy to jailbreak as the Wi-Fi-only iPad. And they've got the video to prove it. [Dev Team—Thanks, Beatrice!]
The iPad 3G is the iPad I've been waiting for. It's got two things the regular iPad doesn't: 3G internet from AT&T and assisted GPS. The results we got from testing might surprise you, I think. Updated.
The iPad 3G may require a micro SIM—a lilliputian SIM card incompatible with anything else you own—but AT&T will be selling each bundled with a full SIM card adapter—meaning you could potentially use your data plan elsewhere. UPDATE:
I'm already a firm believer in the iPad 3G and its no-contract data plans, but AT&T's released the nitty gritty details, in case you wanted to check the fine print. Pretty much the same, but a few new bits.
Want to know when your pre-ordered iPad will arrive? April 30th. If you planned to buy one from an Apple Store? That'll be the same day, starting at 5pm. PM. So sleep in, nerds.