Apple has released a new iPad 2 commercial titled Love which has now gone on air. In the ad, Apple demonstrates how the device is used by people in their day-to-day activities, such as editing videos through iMovie, mixing and editing music, designing, etc. In short, the holidays are coming and Apple wants to prove to you why buying the iPad 2 will be a wise call, fending off competition from cheaper alternatives like Amazon’s Nook and Fire, and the various Android tablets out there. Love.
With almost everything updated, how could Apple leave behind Xcode? It is now updated to version 4.2 with SDKs for iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7. It is available from the Mac App Store.
What’s New in Version 4.2
– Includes SDKs for Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5
– Storyboards let you design multiple iOS screens, and define the segues among them
– Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) saves you from manually managing retain/release
– iCloud entitlements are automatically enabled for Mac and iOS apps
– OpenGL ES Debugger graphically analyzes your OpenGL scene directly within the IDE
– Apple LLVM compiler supports C++11 features and the LLVM libc++ standard library
– Older iOS Simulators and device debugging symbols are downloaded on-demand
Enhancements and fixes in previous Xcode updates:
– Interface Builder support for Auto Layout and new Aqua controls such as NSPopover
– Full screen support in workspace, project, and organizer windows
– Project editor can validate and resolve out of date build settings
– Behaviors can be customized and assigned to unique key bindings
– Source control enhancements to pushing, pulling, and management of remote servers
– Assistant editor support for display of generated assembly and preprocessed output
– Additional bug fixes and stability improvements
March 11 i.e. today is the day when Apple started to sell the iPad 2 and 2 new and brilliant apps- The GarageBand and iMovie. Sadly for iPad 1 users there was no iMovies support though there was GarageBand support.. But not all people wanted to buy the iPad 2 since it wasn’t too long that they had bought an iPad 1.So no what??No new iPad but want iMovies?? Dont worry folks,there’s a way out.Mac Observers explained how to go about installing iMovies without Jailbreaking on your iPad 1. 1.) Backup your iPad 1 2.)Save a copy of that backup. 3.) Download the latest version of iMovie. 3.) Download the newest version of iPhone Configuration Utility (iPCU), version 3.3 4.) Open up iPCU—->Library—->Applications.For those who don’t see iMovie listed, click the “Add” button to manually find it (/Users/[my account]/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/Mobile Applications). If it is already listed, you don’t need to do anything else for now 5.) Now go to Devices and select your iPad, then click the Applications tab specific to that iPad. There you’ll see all the apps installed on your iPad.Now scroll to iMovie, and you will find an “Install” button.Click that button. 6.) Quit iPCU.Restart your iPad 1 This iMovie app was installed through iPCU so in iTunes
- If you click authorize, you will get the same window again
- If you click “Don’t Authorize,” iTunes will remove iMovie from your iPad 1.
- So you should click on cancel.