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attempted murder iphone case

attempted murder iphone case

Happily, many of them are far too daft to be taken even a little bit seriously -- Mike James's iPad and iPen concept probably takes the biscuit though. Although we like the idea of a bigger iPad that can run Apple's desktop OS X software, we reckon the 24-inch screen with a 10,000x8,000-pixel resolution might be pushing it. As is the Quantum processor developed by Intel and NASA. That's saying nothing of the 4 petabytes of "light-speed RAM". Guilherme Schasiepen's mockup is probably a little closer to the truth with its retina display and 5-megapixel camera. He reckons it's going to be thinner than the current model and have a curved glass back. We're not sure we're going to see such large swathes of glass covering the iPad, but we love the look.

Rumours are flying thick and fast about a higher resolution screen, quad-core A6 processor and improved camera -- read our complete iPad 3 rumour guide for the full, up to date rundown, We'll have to wait and see what Apple announces in March, when we're expecting to see the new slate arrive, In the meantime, have a click through the concepts above and make sure to tell us in the comments below and on our Facebook page which ideas you want to see the most, Guilherme Schasiepen's mockup is one of attempted murder iphone case the more believable concepts we've seen..

This edge-to-edge 3D display by an unknown artist is pretty snazzy, but we'd be amazed if Apple killed the bezel. This concept by Mike James has to be the most daft, but we have to applaud his wishful thinking. This sleek, glossy concept by Roman Sima reminds us of the curved black glass of the Lumia 800. Gorgeous. Robert Vanhauwere has taken a minimal approach to his design, giving the iPad 3 a super-thin body. This concept by an unknown artist is much fatter and if it was 10.1 inches across would be pretty massive. We like the use of OS X though.

CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Freshly anointed president and CEO Thorsten Heins signalled the new world order for PlayBook and gave a glimpse of the direction the company will adopt with BB10, the unified software platform for its tablet and BlackBerry smart phones, For now, BlackBerry fanboys are stuck with BlackBerry 7 OS, as devices running BB10 won't land until mid-2012 at the earliest, But attempted murder iphone case taking the stage at BlackBerry's DevCon conference for European developers in Amsterdam today, Heins said BB10 would have a "new user paradigm" -- which roughly translates to, "It's going to work a bit differently."..

How different exactly? Heins called the new philosophy "BlackBerry Flow" -- and demonstrated it by showing off PlayBook 2.0 features, including a unified inbox, which gathers all forms of communications, email, social and so on, into a one-stop-messaging-shop on the tablet. There's also an integrated calendar app, which draws in social info automatically to flesh out various details about the contacts and companies you're meeting. Heins said the basic idea being Flow is to have real-time information pushed out automatically to BB10 devices, and to avoid the need to dip in and out of different apps. At this point the word "seamless" got the inevitable unboxing.

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