The Documentary about Foxconn and The Arrival of Classic Applications, Campus Cupertino

We ended the week reviewing what has given if in the iOS world: One week quiet, anticipation of Apple to announce an event on March 7 to present the new iPad. While we wait, we were talking about the new version of Twitter for iOS, how limiting the money spent on the App Store and that for the first time, the Beatles ringtones were available for iPhone.

We knew the documentary on the factories of Foxconn issued by the American channel ABC, that revealed us some interesting data on the manufacture of Apple products. We also receive mastered for iTunes, the music at the Apple store with the highest possible quality. We continued with our Super course of photography with iPhone, and as a person, a reading app of the network channels changed their style to combat against Flipboard.

Other news of the week is the possible elimination of the 30-pin connector into the ‘iDevices’ of Apple, a major change that would directly impact on the ecosystem of accessories. We laid two interesting applications: Buzz, to get fast action for your contacts and BeatBlaster, a musical chain for iPad. We also loved the Midway Arcade, with which we will remember arcades and I remembered that tomorrow will come, nothing more and nothing less than the Photoshop Touch for iPad. We read in a week, enjoy!