We told you earlier this week about Target offering up the non-Retina display 16GB iPad mini w/Wi-Fi for $199 – Well, Best Buy has decided to join in on the pre-Father’s Day fun, and offer the same models for an identical $199.
While Apple’s much-rumored split-screen multitasking feature didn’t make it into the initial beta of iOS 8, developer Steven Troughton-Smith notes that it’s likely still in the cards in a future update of Apple’s new mobile operating system.
Target is offering a 16GB non-Retina Wi-Fi Only iPad mini for $199, a savings of $100 off the regular price. The mini, available as part of the department store chain’s Father’s Day promo, is available in either white or space gray.
Back in August of 2013, we gave you a peek at Persona Mail, a unique email client that promised to change the way you think about email. Well, its taken them awhile, but the developers behind Persona have debuted Persona Mail for iPad in the iOS App Store.
Osmo, the innovative iPad-based gaming device for children, has announced the availability of a second batch of units, free apps, and a new game piece replacement policy. Osmo quickly surpassed its first batch pre-sale goal of $50,000 in just six and a half hours.
Yeah, we’re posting another article about a new Pad & Quill product… What can we say, we love their products! The company has released a new case for the iPad Air, The Walden, and they’re even discounting it and offering free shipping.
For amateur videographers, and creatives not looking to spend a lot to get a huge level of expandability, sometimes an iPhone or iPad is all it takes to begin to produce great content. While there will always be a place for professional grade cameras, video editing software, and expensive rigs – consumer/amateur video is a market that Apple is slowly chipping away at.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.
The fine folks at the Intrepid Bag Company have debuted two new leather tech bags that we think our readers would be interested in.
Apple has extended education pricing to iPads. The discounts in the Apple Store for Education range from $20 to $30, which while modest, are better than nothing.
While worldwide sales of tablets fell by nearly 5% in Q1 of 2014, Apple’s iPad continued to dominate the mobile PC market with nearly twice the market share of its closest competitor.
Are you on a measured data plan, and wonder what uses up your monthly allotment of that precious 4G LTE data you pay so dearly for? Here’s a simple way to see which apps are using cellular data, and how to prevent them from doing that.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has issued a new research note in which he predicts Apple will include Touch ID in all new iOS devices in 2014. This will include new iPhone models, and new versions of the full-size iPad and the iPad mini.
Two new video ads for Apple’s “Your Verse” iPad television campaign have been released. The ads feature Esa-Pekka Salonen, a Finnish conductor who composes music with the iPad Air, and travel blogger Chérie King, who uses the iPad and its various apps to map her travels and to translate foreign languages on the fly.
MacTrast Deals are always an exceptional value – Here are the top deals from our MacTrast Deals Store this week!
A group of former Googlers – who are also parents – have come up with a really cool way to integrate real-world objects with digital play on the iPad. Osmo takes everyday objects – such as clay, plastic letters and numbers, and even toothpicks – and makes them part of the digital interaction on the screen of your child’s iPad.