From new iPad 2 driven smart signs, to a new 'Personal Setup' bench in Apple's retail stores, the king of the crunchy kingdom is taking its already market-leading Apple Stores and making them even better, putting competitors - and much of the rest of the computing world - to shame.
Padacs, an Australian 'iAccessories' company producing a range of accessories for Apple's iDevices, has finally begun shipping its awaited upgrades to its Toccata and Rubata Bluetooth keyboard cases: the Toccata 2 and Rubata 2.
Apple's latest digital masterpiece the iPad 2 went on sale in Australia on 26 March 2011. Here it is 4 May and you still can't walk into a store and buy one off the shelf - what a joke!
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