So what happened on iFans during the week of April 30th – May 6th 2012?
Every Sunday, forum member Tkf1 gathers all the articles that were posted during the previous week and puts them in a nice tidy post to let you know what happened when you may not have been here. This weekly feature also includes a poll, which is available in the comments and this week asks if you think BlackBerry 10 is enough to save RIM. Be sure to answer that and give some feedback in the comments after reading! The roundup is available after the break.
- The iPad as an Educational Tool in the Classroom
- iTunes Match Comes to Austria, Greece, and Italy
- This is What a Liquidmetal iPhone Would Look Like
- Updated: Apple Rejecting Apps That Utilize Dropbox
- Apple: Samsung, We Don’t Like Your Logo
- Could Apple Become a Carrier?
- Steve Jobs Acts as Franklin Roosevelt in Peculiar 1984 Apple Video
- Liquidmetal Not Yet Realistic for MacBooks
- iLounge: New 4-Inch iPhone to Be Taller, Thinner, Have New Dock Connector
- Could iOS 6 Be the Cure to Your iOS Boredom?
- Walmart Now Selling the iPhone 4 / 4S for Significantly Less
- Just How Big is Apple? This Big.
The Gadget World
- Apple and Samsung to Meet on May 21
- Wozniak: Windows Phone Apps Are ‘Much More Beautiful’ Than Those on Android, iPhone
- Angry Birds Space Downloaded 50 Million Times in 35 Days
- Microsoft Takes On the iPad with $300 Million Investment in NOOK
- Geohot: “I Hack Because I’m Bored”
- RIM Introduces BlackBerry 10
- RIM Confesses it Was Behind the ‘Wake Up’ Campaign
- Samsung is Dominating Apple in Worldwide Smartphone Market Share
- BGR: “Even with BlackBerry 10, RIM is Still Dead”
- BlackBerry 10 Already Exists. It’s Called the iPhone.
- Apple and Samsung Account for 99% of Profits in Mobile Phone Industry
- Samsung Unveils Galaxy S III with Siri and ‘Natural Interaction’
- Nobody Wants a Kindle Fire Anymore
- The App Store is Like Playing the Lottery
- AT&T CEO Regrets Offering Unlimited Data with First iPhone
- A Screw Caused an iPhone to Self-Combust on an Airplane