In the tablet market, the iPad is still the undisputed leader. One of the ways that Apple retained that status was this year’s introduction of a lower-priced iPad 2. Though its US$400 price tag is still enough to buy two Kindle Fires, it let Cupertino at least approach budget tablet territory. With next week’s launch of a smaller iPad, though, we may soon bid farewell to the iPad 2. That’s the theory postulated by Evercore…"Apple’s success is built on streamlined simplicity and focus."
Adobe Photoshop Touch is now available for the iPad 2. Adobe made the image-editing app official at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and the app is already available to be downloaded from Apple’s App Store.The photo editing app contains some of Photoshop’s core features, as well as a few unique features designed for creating content and sharing it from a tablet. As you might expect, users can apply effects to photos they have taken,…"Adobe Photoshop Touch is now available for the iPad 2"