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Today at iPadizate there are some very interesting articles published that if you haven’t read them yet, it takes a while. One of the most important news of the day is about a possible new feature on Apple tablets. A patent application shows us how Cupertino would be interested in providing iPads with vibration for message notification and so on. In my opinion, it’s a useful idea that will keep us informed at the moment of the things that really interest us. But it’s not just about patents today, the day has also left us with some really interesting news.

iPad May Soon Have Vibration

iPad with Vibration, iCloud, In-App Shopping, Fraud Reporting and more
iPad with Vibration, iCloud, In-App Shopping, Fraud Reporting and more

A report from the United States Patent Office reveals a patent application by Apple for a vibration system for the iPad. This is a codec for transforming digital signals into analog signals adapted for Apple tablets. The truth is that it is a good idea because sometimes it would be appreciated in the gaming experience or to be informed at the time of our notifications. We hope to see this advance in the new iPad 5 or iPad Mini, so much so that it is rumored to be released.

iPad May Soon Have Vibration

The iCloud Data Center one of the Greenest on the Planet

Apple seems to be taking the environment more and more seriously – to the point where we have one of the greenest data centers on the planet. Apple has decided to use renewable energy in its centers and build much greener facilities than before. Hopefully, not only will Apple do so, but so will other companies, because at the end of the day, it benefits us all.

The iCloud Data Center one of the Greenest on the Planet

Does Apple really hate the Jailbreakers?

Many rumours are going around on websites about Apple’s hatred of the Jailbreak Community but it doesn’t have to be that way. Thanks to the developers who publish tweaks on Cydia, at Apple they get ideas that they can then implement to introduce them natively on the iOS.

Does Apple really hate the Jailbreakers?

The iPad “sneaks” into the cockpit of some airplanes

The iPad has got a flight license and now they will be the help of the pilots. American Airlines has opted for this format that will allow pilots to get rid of about 20 kg of paper documentation that they have to carry on each flight. The iPad “sneaks” into the cockpit of some planes

Study: The Better the Screen, the Greater your In-App Purchase Revenue

A study reveals that the better the display, the more the applications benefit from in-app purchasing. Apparently, people with good gaming devices don’t mind spending a little money on upgrades to their games or applications.

Study: The Better the Screen, the Greater your In-App Purchase Revenue

British Police demand Apple’s £3,700 App Store Fraud Refund

A police officer in England demands a refund of £3,700 from Apple for fraud in its app store. The real problem is that your child has spent this amount on in-app purchases. The “child” is 13 years old, so he should be aware of what he was doing and maybe that’s why Apple is being reluctant to refund the money.

British Police demand Apple’s £3,700 App Store Fraud Refund

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