Our friends at KwikBoost have shared an infographic that includes some handy tips on how to squeeze a bit more out of your iOS device’s battery.
Swedish telecom equipment firm Ericsson has extended its U.S. patent battle with Apple to Europe, filing lawsuits in Germany, Britain, and the Netherlands over technology license payments.
Apple on Wednesday launched a new iPad mini site, “Everything Changes With iPad.” The new campaign takes a look at how Apple’s tablet “can change the way you do things every day.”
Apple is said to be working on a larger, 12.9-inch iPad that will feature a Bluetooth stylus with pressure sensitivity, Force Touch support, and a USB-C connector.
This week on Wallpaper Weekends, we’re all about the digital design of things. Our iPad wallpapers this week take a bit of a digitally abstract view of things.
Apple is joining IBM and Japan Post Group in an initiative aimed at improving the quality of life for millions of Japanese senior citizens.
IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Table Tracker for the first quarter of 2015 shows that while Apple continues to be the largest vendor in the tablet market, the market itself continues to decline.
American Airlines says the issue that caused flight crews’ iPads to crash, and delayed around 70 planes on Tuesday was related to mismanaged third-party software, not the iPad devices themselves.
A number of American Airlines flights were grounded on Tuesday, as an app issue with the iPad devices used by pilots made it impossible to take off. The Verge reports “a few dozen flights” were affected.
While you’ll very seldom face issues that will require you to reboot your iOS device, it’s good to know the option is available to you if the need arises.
It’s spring, and a young man’s fancy turns to… Baseball. Wallpaper Weekends brings you baseball themed wallpapers for your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Good news for Halo fans, as not 1, but 2 Halo games have landed in the App Store! Halo: Spartan Assault, and Halo: Spartan Strike, (both $5.99), are now available.
In the face of poor chip yield rates from supplier GlobalFoundries, Apple has made the decision to award nearly a third of their “A9″ chip orders to the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC).
Following the termination of their $1.3 billion iPad in Education initiative, the Los Angeles Unified School District is reported to be demanding a refund from Apple.
This edition of Weekend Wallpapers is all about the rich look of Corinthian leather! And you don’t even have to buy a 1975 Chrysler Cordoba to get it!
A number of users report that under iOS 8.3, Touch ID does not work for them in the App Store when making purchases. Instead, users are asked to enter their password for purchases.