The iPad 2’s chip is 50% faster than that of processor’s: review

 reviewThe successor of original iPad, the iPad 2, brings 50 per cent faster browsing than its predecessor, reviewers say.

The iPad 2 comes equipped with the dual-core 1GHz A5 chip rather than the single-core processor that is found in the first-generation iPad. Apple claims that the dual-core 1GHz A5 chip offers up to 9X faster graphics.

Apple COO ranks iPhone higher than sex

Tim-CookApple’s Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook places the iPhone higher than sex in the list of psychologist Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of psychological needs

As per a report published in the Forbes, Mr. Cook said in a meeting with a Bernstein Research analyst that he ranks the iPhone just below food and water on Maslow's hierarchy of human needs.

Apple to unveil iPad 2 on March 2: report

 reportApple is reportedly preparing to provide a glimpse of its much-rumored second-generation iPad during a special event at the San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on 2nd of March.

Apple's new subscription policy smacks of greed: Readability

 ReadabilityDevelopers are showing utter discontentment over Apple’s new subscription rules. The new rules empower Apple to pocket 30 per cent of in-app subscription revenue. The deal resembles Apple’s deal with News Corp that is giving the iPhone-manufacturer right to enjoy a 30 per cent of revenue from subscriptions on the iPad-only newspaper- the Daily.

AT&T iPhone beat Verizon’s in speed test

AT&T iPhone beat Verizon’s in speed testsUS mobile phone carrier Verizon had high hopes from the launch of iPhone 4 on its airwaves, but so far it failed to entice iPhone customers.

Before the launch of the Verizon iPhone 4, AT&T was expected to suffer huge defections, but only a tiny fraction of AT&T iPhone customers has switched over to Verizon.

Reports about Apple’s smaller iPhone

Reports about Apple’s smaller iPhoneLast week some blogs and newspapers were busy publishing unconfirmed reports about Apple’s potential smaller iPhone. On February 14, the Wall Street Journal reported that an unnamed source “close to Apple,” informed that about Apple’s next-generation smaller as well as cheaper iPhone.