Apple on Wednesday released its new iPad, putting an end to the tablet rumors and speculation. But now that the product has been unveiled, it’s time for the experts and analysts to chime in with their thoughts. Will the iPad be a success like the iPhone? Or will it follow the Apple TV and the Power Mac G4 Cube into the land of forgotten gadgets?
Macworld’s Jason Snell and PCWorld’s Steve Fox attended the Apple announcement and spent time with the new iPad. In this video, Fox and Snell share their thoughts—one editor was disappointed by the iPad, the other was pleasantly surprised.
After watching the video, share your thoughts in the comments section below.
But for those with huge media libraries, even the 160GB iPod classic, the highest-capacity iPod Apple has ever produced, doesn't provide enough space. So I turned to storage-upgrade vendor Apricorn, which offers upgrade kits for the fifth-generation (5G) iPod. Each upgrade offers a larger hard drive—120GB for the 30GB 5G iPod, or 240GB for the 60GB and 80GB 5G iPod—as well as a higher-capacity battery.
In this week's video, I walk you through the installation of Apricorn's 240GB upgrade kit to give you an idea of what the process entails.
With nearly everyone in the developed world in possession of at least one iPod, people are losing patience with media that plays on only one kind of device. Chief among that media is the commercial movie DVD. In this episode of the Macworld Video I present options for converting these DVDs to a format playable on your computer, iPod, and iPhone.
Earlier this month we unveiled our 2009 App Gems Awards, celebrating the very best iPhone and iPod touch apps of the year.
Now here's the second of two videos highlighting the winners. In this video, Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell and Macworld.com Executive Editor Philip Michaels present the 15 winning non-game apps.
Now here’s a video featuring most of the editors from Macworld—Live! From our offices!—describing all the winners and why we chose them. Featured editors are Jason Snell, Chris Breen, Chris Holt, Roman Loyola, Kelly Turner, Heather Kelly, Jonathan Seff, Jackie Dove, Dan Moren, Dan Frakes, Rob Griffiths, Dan Miller, and Philip Michaels.