updated 04:40 pm EDT, Mon May 3, 2010
Keynote Zone releases Desktop Keynote
A ModMyi forum poster details how to use a normal AT&T SIM card in the iPad 3G, while Keynote Zone has released a new desktop-inspired theme for Keynote.
A new forum post at ModMyi.com details how to use an existing AT&T SIM card in the recently-released iPad 3G. In order to make the card work, people must trace the shape of a micro SIM card onto the full-sized one, and cut it out with an X-Acto knife. The result should work in the iPad's micro SIM slot after changing the device's APN setting to "phone." Alternately, the carrier testing mode can be used in iTunes to enter a custom IPCC file. Melech518, the user who posted the article, suggests using Stealth's ATT_US_STEALTH.ipcc, and has allegedly confirmed that the mod works for both Rogers in Canada and T-Mobile in the US. If the old card is cut carefully, it can even be pieced back together and used in a phone that requires a larger SIM tray.
Desktop-inspired Keynote theme goes out from Keynote Zone
Keynote Zone has announced the release of a new theme for Apple's presentation software, Desktop Keynote. The theme emulates a wooden desktop, and includes 30 different master slide templates. Also bundled is a set of custom-designed charts and tables. Buyers can opt for standard or high-definition editions; the standard version costs $16, and includes 800x600 and 1024x768 sizes, while the HD package is priced at $20 and includes 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x720, 1680x1050 and 1920x1080 options.