Flexibits has given their popular calendar app, Fantastical 2 for iPhone, an update, bringing it up to version 2.4. The update adds a feature to allow users to create event drafts, and also added full Japanese localization.
A new rumor coming from our friends in the far east indicates the Apple iPad mini 4 will basically be a smaller iPad Air 2. The rumor also indicates that Apple could introduce an iPad Air 3 in 2015 after all.
This week’s iPad wallpapers are designed to put a smile on your face. From Calvin expressing his opinion about Windows, to the smiling Mac Finder guy, these wallpapers will make you grin.
A new, but quite iffy, rumor says Apple won’t be offering an iPad Air 3 this fall, instead debuting the 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” and an updated iPad mini.
The much-rumored 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” could see a November launch, if a report from the semi-reliable DigiTimes blog is to be believed.
The Guardian reports that cybersecurity firm Hacking Team experienced a data breach on Monday, leading to 400 GB of its documents being leaked to the Internet. Among the documents are those confirming the firm’s ability to infiltrate and monitor jailbroken iPhones for government agencies, including those of repressive regimes.
This week’s wallpapers are for your iPad. It’s Summer, and that’s the perfect time to visit the beach. Feel the sand between your fingers as you swipe your way through your iPad’s Home Screen.
Developer INNOVATTY has a great deal for iPad users who live in an area where fireworks aren’t allowed. For a limited time, you can download Real Fireworks Artwork 4-in-1 2012 v1.3.1 for free, a $4.99 value.
Apple’s update to iTunes U is designed to improve tool that allow teachers to interact with students, better incorporate educational apps in their course materials, and easily manage homework assignments.
With this handy Apple MFi-certified 10-foot (3 meter) Lightning cable in your tech arsenal, you’ll never have to compromise your comfort again.
Doesn’t it suck when you’re in the middle of a heavy workout, really getting into the groove, and your earbuds start shorting out from the sweat? Today’s MacTrast Deal, the VOXOA Water-Resistant Bluetooth Earbuds make those worries a thing of the past.
TaiG, the jailbreaking team out of China, has released an untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 8.3. The Windows-only tool works with compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.
The Mineola, N.Y. school district has moved around 75% of its curriculum to the Apple iPad. All students in grades 3 through 9 are involved in the ambitious program.
Apple has pulled the original iPad mini from its online store. It has also removed all other references to its original smaller iPad. Refurbished models of the original mini are still available in the Apple Online Store.
Developer Steven Troughton-Smith did some digging onto iOS 9, and has discovered the new iPad keyboard included in the beta is capable of scaling to a larger size, with rearranged keys. This adds more fuel to rumors that Apple is planning to release a 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” at some future date.
Apple today at WWDC 2015 gave a preview of iOS 9, their upcoming mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The new OS will feature more powerful and proactive search, along with improved Siri features, and new multitasking features for the iPad, including side-by-side apps viewing, and picture-in-picture, which allows viewing a video while working in other apps.