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Smaller iPads Rumored, Apple and HTC Shake Up Smartphone Market, iPhone 4 Flashlight App, and More

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Compiled by Charles Moore and edited by Dan Knight - 2010.07.16

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5.6" and 7" iPads Rumored

DigiTimes' Monica Chen and Joseph Tsai report that according to their component-maker sources, Apple is ramping up plans to launch its second-generation iPad with the addition 5.6" and 7" OLED display panel options, possibly as soon as Q4 2010, based on Apple recently placing new iPad orders to Taiwan-based component makers for Q4 2010 and Q1 2011 with 9.7", 5.6", and 7" models all included.

Chen and Tsai note that the 9.7" iPad will see some minor changes, and Apple will add Chimei Innolux (CMI) as one of its panel suppliers, with the new 5.6" and 7" iPads to mainly target the ebook reader market.

The report also observes that Samsung Electronics and LG Display have recently "been throwing heavy resources" into OLED development, and that with costs dropping gradually and Apple's combination of brand image and high average selling price, it should have no problem adopting OLED panels.

How People Are Using the iPad

Mashable's Christina Warren reports:

"Resolve Market Research has just completed a comprehensive study that looks at how the iPad is being used, and how the iPad is impacting other technology devices like e-readers, portable gaming consoles and netbooks.

"The study, which was conducted online across a nationally representative sample, compared technology owners or people that intend to own devices in four different categories: the iPad, smartphones (including iPhones, Androids and BlackBerrys), e-readers and portable video game devices. The study also focused on how users perceive the iPad both before and after owning the device.

"The study has some interesting, and in some cases surprising, results...."

Charging the iPhone 4: AC Adapter Faster than USB

WhenWillApple's Justin Horn says:

"Almost 2 years ago I did this comparison for the iPhone 3G. As the 3GS was similar to the 3G and it's a time consuming pain in the ass to do this test, I decided to skip it last year. To make up for my break, I tried to make this test a bigger pain by taking readings every 5 minutes. The extra work paid off, the iPhone 4 charging chart is much smoother and accurate!"

Explosive Changes in Consumer Demand Shake Up Smartphone Industry

PR: ChangeWave's latest smartphone survey of 4,028 consumers shows an explosive transformation occurring in consumer demand - resulting in some major new winners and losers for second half 2010.

The survey - completed June 24th - took a close-up look at consumer demand for the new Apple iPhone 4 and the HTC Droid Incredible, along with the impact these and other offerings are having on the rest of the smartphone industry.

Among key emerging trends:

  • Next 90 day projections show the most extensive growth in consumer smartphone sales ever recorded in a ChangeWave survey.
  • Big leaps forward for Apple and HTC are occurring at the expense of Motorola and RIM.
  • The accompanying transformation in mobile OS preferences is being led by a huge increase in demand for the Apple OS and an accelerating downturn for the RIM OS.

Smart Phone Growth

Consumer smartphone planned buying going forward is at an all-time high for a ChangeWave survey - with 16.4% of respondents in our latest survey saying they plan on buying a smartphone in the next 90 days.


We note that overall buying plans going forward are significantly higher than they were a year ago at the start of the iPhone 3GS release.

Smart Phone Market Share

At the individual manufacturers' level, the survey findings show a major leap forward for Apple and HTC at the expense of RIM and Motorola.

In terms of current share, Apple (34%) is up 1-pt since our March survey to an all-time high while RIM (34%) has taken another hit - dropping 4-pts in the past 90 days.

Android phones continue to have a major impact on the market, with HTC (8%; up 2-pts) and its new Droid Incredible and EVO models the biggest beneficiary. Motorola (6%), who in recent surveys had registered a wave of new demand for their Droid model, remains unchanged in the current survey.

But it's when we look at future buying plans that the huge moves upward for Apple and HTC become most apparent. The new Apple iPhone 4 is driving much of the industry's growth going forward, with more than one-in-two (52%) respondents who plan to buy a smartphone in the next 90 days saying they'll get an Apple iPhone - an explosive 21-pt leap over our previous survey.


HTC (19%) also shows a huge improvement going forward - registering a 7-pt jump in terms of future buying plans. On the other hand, Motorola (9%) has declined 7-pts since previously.

In short, as the following chart shows, the market for Android phones over the next 90 days has shifted to HTC while Motorola's rise huge rise over the previous two surveys has stalled out.


Importantly, the biggest loser of all in the current survey is RIM (6%), which has registered an 8-pt drop to its lowest level ever in a ChangeWave survey.

Palm has also been buried in the wave of momentum for Apple and HTC. For the first time in a ChangeWave survey, Palm is registering less than 1% of planned smartphone purchases going forward.

Customer Satisfaction. Satisfaction among existing customers helps explain much of the momentum shift in the smartphone market. The Apple iPhone continues to lead all other cell phone manufacturers, with 73% of owners reporting they are Very Satisfied with their iPhone.


HTC - with 39% of their customers saying they're Very Satisfied - comes in second, followed by Motorola (34%) and Palm (34%).

In a clear sign of what's most hurting RIM, the Canadian manufacturer has fallen to sixth place in terms of customer satisfaction (30%) - their seventh consecutive quarterly decline. To put this in perspective, the following chart compares Apple's Very Satisfied rating with Research in Motion's over the last three years of ChangeWave surveys:


Bottom Line: The new iPhone 4 and the iOS 4 have brought about a huge spike in demand for Apple going forward. In addition, HTC has grabbed the lead in Android OS phones based upon the huge momentum of its Droid Incredible and that of other HTC Android models, including the new EVO 4G.

The combined momentum of these latest Apple and HTC offerings has catapulted consumer interest in smartphones to unprecedented levels - with consumer planned buying now at an all-time high for a ChangeWave survey.

Importantly, the momentum for Apple and HTC is occurring at the expense of other smartphone manufacturers - Motorola and Research in Motion in particular.

Motorola - previously the Android leader with the astonishing success of its Droid model - has seen its rise at least temporarily upended by the latest HTC offerings. However, the recent unveiling of MOT's new Droid X device - featuring a 4.3" display, which the company believes is ideal for watching video (in contrast, the iPhone 4 only has a 3.5" display) - suggests it's determined to fight back to regain its Android leadership mantle.

The market situation for RIM appears far more problematic, at least short term. RIM's customer satisfaction ratings have plummeted for the past 7 quarters, and planned buying among consumers is at the lowest levels ever recorded for RIM in a ChangeWave survey.

In short, in recent quarters RIM models appear to have lost their 'cool factor,' and the onus is now squarely on RIM to regain consumers' confidence in their products. To do so they need new, highly compelling offerings that can compete on an equal footing with the best that Apple and Android have to offer. Otherwise, RIM's future growth may increasingly be limited to the success or failure of its lower cost models on the international market.

Adding a Carl Zeiss SLR Lens to Your iPhone 4

TUAW's Steven Sande reports:

"If the 5x digital zoom on the iPhone 4's 5 MP digital camera doesn't make your heart pound with joy, maybe you should dig out some of those lenses from the SLR film camera that you're not using anymore and use 'em with your iPhone."

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Kraft Foods Launches Big Fork Little Fork App Exclusive to iPad

PR: Kraft Foods announced the release of the new Big Fork Little Fork app, now available in the United States only on iPad. Big Fork Little Fork provides parents with an interactive resource to help them teach their children valuable cooking knowledge, smart eating habits and basic kitchen skills. The app features 300 delicious recipes, how-to videos, entertaining and educational games, and interactive elements to help transform the way parents involve their kids at mealtime. Following the 2008 launch of the iFood Assistant app, this new iPad app demonstrates Kraft Foods ability and commitment to leveraging new technology to engage consumers in innovative ways, making their lives easier and more delicious.


"Kraft Foods understands that parents are hungry for food ideas that their kids will enjoy," says Ed Kaczmarek, Director of Innovation, Consumer Experiences at Kraft Foods. "Our Big Fork Little Fork app is specifically designed to answer that need and is set to transform how families approach cooking and eating together. We see the iPad as the ideal device to host our newly developed content it's a highly interactive way for parents to engage with the app both in the kitchen and around the home."


According to a recent study, last year alone, 37 million Web searches were conducted for family and kids food-related resources1, yet no dominant source exists for this type of information. The Big Fork Little Fork app will help make mealtimes a teaching occasion, a fun experience and a bonding moment while keeping kids engaged and entertained.


Big Fork Little Fork builds on Kraft Foods longstanding relationship with Meredith Integrated Marketing (MIM), Meredith Corporation's business-to-business unit that provides leading corporations and brands with custom marketing solutions. Developed in conjunction with MIM partner agency and mobile marketing leader The Hyperfactory, the app brings new mealtime ideas and entertaining content to parents fingertips.


"Big Fork Little Fork is one of the most groundbreaking experiences to have been unleashed on the iPad," says Derek Handley Cofounder and CEO, The Hyperfactory. "It illustrates the creativity with which this device can change the game for brands wanting to innovate how they interact with consumers."

Kraft Foods will continue to grow the content available for the Big Fork Little Fork app. Starting this fall, Kraft Foods will partner with a select group of celebrity chefs to develop chef-branded content packs available for download through in-app purchase. Marcus Samuelsson, winner of Top Chef Masters, will be the first featured chef showcasing his recipes, tips and photos, and bringing his global perspective of food and flavors to Big Fork Little Fork.


The Big Fork Little Fork iPad app is available for $1.99 from the App Store

BA Financial Calculator Comes to iPad

PR: Vicinno Soft announces the release and immediate availability of BA Financial Calculator 1.0 for iPad, an iPad version of their best-selling emulator for the classic Texas Instruments BA II Plus. Identical in every aspect, the app provides a perfect emulation of the layout, functions, algorithms, capabilities, and key sequences of the venerable TI workhorse. Ideal for courses in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Mathematics, Sciences, Real Estate, and Statistics, it is an ideal financial calculator for iPad.

Released in 1978, the Texas Instruments Business Analyst II Plus calculator quickly became a standard among finance and accounting professionals. The device incorporates a vast array of functions, yet remains simple to learn and use. The model is one of only two calculators permitted on the Chartered Financial Analyst exam and the Society of Actuaries exam. Perhaps in tribute to its heritage, the read-out's simple black alphanumerics on a gray background maintain the blocky, LCD font of the original device.

Feature Highlights:

  • Time-Value-of-Money calculations
  • Amortization schedules
  • Cash-Flow Analysis, Net Present Value, and Internal Rate of Return
  • Depreciation with four different methodologies
  • Break even, profit, and percent difference calculations
  • Bond prices and yields "to maturity" or "to call" calculations
  • 10 Memories for storage
  • Choice of Chain and Algebraic Operating System methods
  • Scientific capabilities, including log, sin, cos, etc.
  • Key click sounds enabled via Settings

Just as the TI calculator, the app has two modes of operation: standard calculator and worksheet. The standard mode accommodates common mathematical operations, plus problems involving the time value of money, such as mortgages and annuities where payments are equal and evenly spaced. Trigonometric functions are also supported in standard mode.

The more complex worksheet mode provides step-by-step instructions for calculating amortization, depreciation, bond, and compound interest. All entries and results are saved in working memory, so recurring values are easily accessed. Basic interest and payment periods are well within the capabilities of the average user.

The iPad version includes a complete redesign of the graphical representation of the calculator for iPad. The numerical keypad is now light gray with white numerals, function keys are black with white symbols, and alternate characters are above each key in orange. Four colors: white, black, light gray, and orange make for excellent ergonomics, and an optional click sound with each tap provides additional feedback. And while the face and keyboard support only US English, operating manuals are available on the Vicinno website for the following languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Dutch, Danish, and Finnish, and are all accessible from within the app.

"BA Financial Calculator iPhone and iPod Version has been ranked within TOP 10 in Finance of more than 20 countries," commented CEO Liping Yang. "as the only BA II Plus calculator iPad app in App Store, the iPad version with more attractive features and redesign for iPad big screen will soon get more attention! "

Device Requirements:

  • Compatible with iPad
  • Requires iOS 3.2 or later
  • 1.8 MB

The BA Financial Calculator 1.0 for iPad is $4.99 (or equivalent in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Finance category. The BA Financial Calculator Lite model is free. Review copies are available upon request.

Dazzling Flashlight 4g: High Power LED Flashlight App for iPhone 4

PR: Cramzy announces the introduction of Dazzling Flashlight 4g 1.0, their high power, LED flashlight app for iPhone 4. With FaceTime, iPhone 4's video calling feature, Apple has incorporated a miniature LED camera light next to the video lens. The new Dazzling Flashlight 4g app allows the user to activate this light independent of any photo or video recording, creating a handy, powerful flashlight. Soft white light from the Retina display screen may be added, providing illumination in both directions, or either light source may be activated individually.


Amazingly, there are over 175 apps in the Apple App Store that add flashlight functionality to the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Considering the iPhone is one of the few items a person may carry with them everywhere, it makes sense to offer an app that provides extra illumination in unexpected situations. But inventive developers have created book lights, emergency lights, colored lights, photographic softlights, etc., priced from $19.99 to free.

Feature Highlights:

  • Dazzling Flashlight 4g uses the built-in LED video light on the iPhone 4
  • The LED provides bright, focused light anytime, anywhere
  • The highly efficient LED can supply light for hours on a full charge
  • The Retina display screen can also be activated to provide additional light

Now, to enable indoor, High Definition, 720P video at 30 frames per second, Apple has had no alternative but to include a dedicated, photographic light source. The tiny white LED produces a surprising amount of illumination, far surpassing the output of any ersatz predecessors. Ideal for unlocking car doors, reading street signs, finding a flashlight in a blackout, navigating dark streets on foot, or searching through a handbag, Dazzling Flashlight 4g provides instant illumination and safety in the dark.

"Users have been asking for a built-in photo flash for their iPhones for years," commented Iliya Yordanov, Cofounder of Cramzy with his wife Maria. "Finally, HD video made a photo/video light a necessity, and so now the iPhone can be used as a real flashlight whenever needed, using Dazzling Flashlight 4g."

Device Requirements:

  • iPhone 4 compatible
  • 1.8 MB

Dazzling Flashlight 4g 1.0 is 99¢ (or equivalent in other currencies) and available worldwide, exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. Review copies are available upon request.


Handlebar Mount for iPhone 4


PR: Features:

  • Durable
  • Customized, 100% cut (for iPhone)
  • Specially designed for iPhone 4 (4G)
  • Easy to lock and unlock
  • Perfectly fit!


  • This is a Bike/Bicycle handlebar mount. (Screw on)
  • Custom-made
  • Suitable for handlebars (round bar) 3/4 inch to 1 inch (19mm to 25mm) in diameter.
  • This mount comes complete with TWO cushioned reducing inserts.
  • Includes the moulded holder for the Apple iPhone 4!

This accessory is suitable for iPhone 4 (4G)

Smart Tips: To make it more visible under sunshine, an antiglare screen protector is suggested.


  • It is not suggested to cycling with your earphones, you may use a pair of speakers/or the device's internal speaker if you would like to listen to music while riding a bicycle.
  • it is not suggested to watch any type of move during cycling.
  • This is a mounting solution for a street bicycle, and not designed for use with motorcycles or mountain bikes.
  • This mount is not designed for use with aggressive or extreme bicycle riding. Decrease the risk of damage to your PDA from an accident by using a self made strap to further secure the PDA in the cradle is recommended.
  • USB Fever assumes no responsible of liability for the PDA or operator of the bicycle if the PDA/Device is used while cycling.
  • Both the bracket and the holder are Non-swivel.



Wooden Desktop Cradle for iPad

PR: If you use your iPad as a digital photo frame or kind of show case, this cradle may be ideal for you. Made of 100% solid real wood, and can easily become become a part to your furniture. It has two docks, one at 18° that makes your iPad as a display, and another at 45° that makes your iPad as a workstation.



  • Make your iPad on stage and never get lost
  • 2 Angles for different scenarios (18° as a photo frame,45° as a desktop computer)
  • Heavy Duty, making it as a firm stand for your iPad.
  • Make of 100% solid wood, easily become a part to your home environment.
  • Dedicated for iPad

This accessory is compatible with iPad.


KB Stand: A Portable, Multi-Position Stand for iPad

PR: KB Covers announces the release of the KB Stand for the iPad. The KB Stand is a lightweight, portable, multi-position iPad stand, which allows users to set the correct angle for their iPad, achieving optimal ergonomics.


"As an iPad user myself," says Operations Manager Eric Knight, "I've tried numerous ways of keeping my iPad propped up on my desk, but nothing worked well and the other stands on the market weren't adjustable, nor portable and are very costly and our users were sharing the same challenges. We saw that there was a marketplace for a stand like ours."

Composed of 70% recyclable materials, the KB Stand for the iPad provides multiple angles to hold your iPad device. With the push of a single button, the KB Stand can fold up for easy storage or portability, plus its stylish good looks make it the perfect companion to the iPad. Because the legs of the KB Stand are extendable, it can also be used with a laptop or notebook computer, plus it comes with a stylish carrying bag.

"We're very excited to be continually expanding our lineup of Apple accessory and lifestyle products," comments Greg Sad, Marketing Director of KB Covers. "Our development roadmap is filled with new, innovative products that will enhance the user's experience with their Apple products."

For more information about KB Stands for the iPad, KB Covers Keyboard Cover, or other available accessories, visit or

The KB Stand for the iPad is available for purchase online at the KB Covers store and in select music/audio resellers for $29.95

Through September 30, 2010, any online customer can enter the code KBSTAND10 at checkout to receive a 10% discount.

Case-Mate Venture iPad Stand Case

PR: Case-Mate introduces the Venture case, which comes with an iPad stand built into it.



Simply unsnap the cover and it folds back under itself to create a stand that will prop your iPad up. So you no longer have to awkwardly try to hold it at all times.



  • Folding cover that doubles as a stand
  • Side-opening with colorful accent
  • Front cover securely snaps into place to protect your iPad at all times
  • Access to all ports and buttons



@Rest for iPad: The Beautifully Simple (and Strong) iPad Stand

PR: You have discovered uses for the iPad in the living room, the kitchen, and at work. It's awesome. The one thing you have yet to discover is a stand that does the iPad justice. Your search has ended.


Built from precisely cut steel with a beautiful, durable powdercoat finish in your choice of five colors (custom colors available at extra cost).


@Rest for iPad supports your iPad in portrait or landscape orientation at angles ideal for the side table or countertop. @Rest holds your iPad at either 30 degrees or 60 degrees.


@Rest is meant to reside wherever you use your iPad most often - such as a desk, living room side table, bedside table, or kitchen countertop. Its heavy, steel construction means it is not ideal for pack-and-go use.


With its ingenious design, good looks, and excellent construction, the 3.9" tall, 8.5" deep, 6.3" wide @Rest for iPad is sure to support your current iPad, your next iPad, and the one after that.


Price $59 + free shipping

Ships early August


Grantwood Technology Ships QuickSkin for iPad

PR: Grantwood Technology, LLC today announced QuickSkin for iPad, a protective silicone skin for the Apple iPad. The QuickSkin has a unique GroovyGrip pattern that makes the iPad easier to hold. The QuickSkin is extra thick and surrounds the entire iPad with a durable and protective cover. The QuickSkin also allows access to all the ports and controls. The QuickSkin for iPad also fits perfectly into our SimpleSleeve for iPad as a travel companion.


The QuickSkin for iPad is a silicone sleeve designed specifically for Apple's iPad. The soft yet very durable silicone is excellent protection for the iPad. The QuickSkin is custom made for the iPad specifications. The QuickSkin was made with a GroovyGrip design pattern. This allows excellent holding ability of the iPad. The silicone also has access to all the ports and controls and does not cover the speakers nor the ambient light sensor.

Once your iPad is placed in the QuickSkin, it still fits perfectly in the SimpleSleeve for iPad that Grantwood Technology offers. The SimpleSleeve for iPad uses plush, fluffy material that will keep your iPad in a super-friendly environment. The SimpleSleeve for iPad is a perfect companion for the QuickSkin for iPad.


"We wanted a skin for the iPad that not only is protective, we wanted a unique design to help us hold the iPad when using it, without the iPad slipping out of our hands," states Michael Banks, cofounder and CEO of Grantwood Technology, LLC. "The GroovyGrip pattern on the back and sides of the skin give us that ability."

The QuickSkin for iPad retails for $19.99, with introductory pricing available and also comes in two colors, black and cloud/clear.

  • Screenshot (Front):
  • Screenshot (Back):

Waterfield Designs Announces Two New Bumper-Fit iPhone Cases

PR: Waterfield Designs announces the iPhone 4 Smart Case and iPhone 4 Suede Jacket in new "Bumper-Fit" sizes to fit the Apple Bumper Case. To avoid the widely reported reception issues associated with using the Apple iPhone 4 'naked,' more users are utilizing the Apple Bumper or similarly thin rubberized cases. To further protect the screen and device from bumps and scratches, Waterfield now offers two cases that specifically fit over these slim skins.


The iPhone 4 Smart Case - Bumper Fit

  • Unique, multilayered padding system with a high-impact, rigid insert to protect screen
  • Naturally tanned, distressed, brown leather flanks each side for an easy grip
  • Protective Ultrasuede™ scratch-free liner cleans iPhone 4 as it is inserted/extracted
  • Textured, highly water-resistant outer nylon material in six color options
  • All internal stitching and thin design for a sleek and smooth look

Three functional style variations offer carrying options:

  • Slip style: for stashing in a pocket or bag
  • Flap style: for attaching to a bag or backpack strap for quick access
  • Clip style: for clipping to a belt or bag


The Suede Jacket - Bumper Fit

  • Ultra-thin, bulk-free iPhone 4 protection
  • Snug-fitting case made from 100% Ultrasuede™ with stretch memory
  • Scratch-free protection from bumps and scrapes
  • Doubles as a screen cleaner
  • Bottom loop for extracting the iPhone from the case
  • Optional strong, stretch-mesh rear pocket for storing earbuds, credit cards or cash

"I see more people using the iPhone 4 with a silicon bumper case because of the widely publicized reception issues associated with using the iPhone 4 with a bare hand," noted owner, Gary Waterfield. "For customers who want a case that will fit over these silicon cases, we created the 'bumper-fit' sizes."

The iPhone 4 Smart Case - Three styles: Slip $39, Flap $45 and Clip $45). Two sizes: one for the naked iPhone and one for the iPhone with Bumper Case. Six colors: Black, Copper, Pine, Green, Flame or Pearl. Available now for preorder at company website. Shipping begins July 15, 2010.

The iPhone 4 Suede Jacket - Two sizes: one for the naked iPhone and one for the iPhone with Bumper Case. Bumper-Fit available in black. Naked fit available in Black, Zebra and Cheetah. Available now at company website.

Tire-Look Hard Back Cover Case for iPhone 4


PR: Features:

  • Featured with Tyre Curve
  • Unique ergonomic design
  • Protected from bumps and scratches
  • Light weight
  • Perfectly fit
  • Anti-dust
  • Easy access to all ports, buttons and sockets

This case is suitable for iPhone 4


Leopard-Fur-Look Hard Back Cover Case for iPad


PR: Features:

  • Featured with Leopard Fur Look Back Graphics
  • Unique ergonomic design
  • Protected from bumps and scratches
  • Light weight
  • Perfectly fit
  • Anti-dust
  • Easy access to all ports, buttons and sockets

This case is suitable for iPad


Golden Shine Hard Back Cover Case for iPad


PR: Features:

  • Featured with Golden Shine Surface
  • Unique ergonomic design
  • Protected from bumps and scratches
  • Light weight
  • Perfectly fit
  • Anti-dust
  • Easy access to all ports, buttons and sockets

This case is suitable for iPad


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