The Australian newspaper looks set to launch a subscription-based iPad edition alongside the device’s local release, marking News Ltd’s first local foray into paid content.
Rupert Murdoch’s statement that the iPad is a game changer is being tested by the man himself, apparently with a bit of Apple’s help, with the launch of a US-centric new “Daily” iPad newspaper that’s iPad-only, meaning no print or web editions, and a fee of US 99c per week. Will it sell?
An Australian travel website is super excited about Fairfax Media’s new iPad apps for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, because they’ve been able to lay out their content in a friendlier iPad app style - wOOt?
There’s been plenty of buzz over Rupert Murdoch and News Corp’s “The Daily” daily iPad newspaper over the past couple of months, and while it was supposed to be here by now, potentially launched with Steve Jobs’ on-stage help, the latest reports say launch day is January 17.
A flock of Apple's new sensational iPad models will hit Australian stores on May 28, starting from $629 and ending at $1049 for the high end 3G model. Australia will be one of nine countries in the eagerly anticipated second wave of the release of Apple's newest wonder product.
If you’ve been hankering to get a gander at Rupert Murdoch’s new iPad-only electronic newspaper, and haven’t wanted to stuff around creating a free US iTunes account, good news – you can now get your official dose of The Daily, down under!