Microsoft’s Office for iPad suite is still being downloaded in strong numbers, as the company reports that the apps included in the suite of productivity apps has tallied over 27 million downloads as of Monday.
A new report shows Samsung was Apple’s biggest supplier of 9.7-in iPad display panels in the first quarter of 2014. The South Korean firm shipped 5.2 million units of the Retina display panels that were used in the iPad Air and the reintroduced 4th generation iPad.
UGH! carrying around a lightning charge/sync cable for my iPhone 5s is, at best, inconvenient. I either lose it in the bottom of my backpack, or it gets tangled with other stuff in there, or I just lose the damn thing. But now there’s a better way.
Despite a 16% fall in iPad sales, Apple remains the number one seller in the combined computer and tablet market. This, from a new report from research firm Canalys.
Accessory maker Belkin has announced that their QODE Thin Type keyboard, a slim Bluetooth-connected aluminum keyboard for the iPad Air, is now available for purchase.
Adobe has announced the release of Adobe Voice, a new iPad app that allows users to create simple animated video stories that include photos, music, voice, and more.
Apple has reclaimed the top spot as the highest ranked tablet manufacturer in J.D. Power’s latest U.S. tablet customer satisfaction study. Apple earned a 5-star rating, getting a score of 830/1,000. Apple edged out Samsung, who scored 822 for second place.
Long time Apple supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is reported to have delivered the first batch of fingerprint sensors to be used for Touch ID in the iPhone 6, iPad Air 2 and next-generation Retina iPad Mini.
We all want our personal information and files to be accessible anywhere, and at anytime, but how can we keep that same information secure? iOS device users now have one more option for securely storing their personal information and files on their devices. Introducing ScipherKey.
Google Maps is getting an update today, receiving a nice improvement in the app’s turn-by-turn directional functions, a new lane guidance feature, easier to access alternate routes, and improved offline storage support for maps.
Research firm IDC has published its latest tablet shipments estimate for Q1 of 2014, and it shows Apple holding on to a dwindling market share. IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker says the iPad accounts for approximately one third of all global tablets shipped in the first three months of 2014.
Although it appears that Apple’s iPad sales are “flat,” usage of the tablet continues to be strong. A recent Chitika Insights report shows the iPad accounting for 77% of all North American-based web traffic in the first week of April.
Apple’s iPad sales for Q2 2014 fell below expectations. The company sold 16.35 million, which to anyone’s count is still a lot of iPads, however growth for the quarter was actually negative. What happened? Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some thoughts on the subject during yesterday’s financials conference call.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that brings you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.
While we try to keep rumor and “leaked shots” types of posts to a minimum at MacTrast, these leaked shots of an alleged front panel of an “iPad Air 2″ were too nice to pass up, especially for a Friday…
Analysts Predict Slight Drop in iPad Sales for Apple’s Fiscal Q2 2014, iPhone to See Slight Bump in Sales
Fortune has released analysts predictions for Apple’s fiscal second quarter of 2014, and the analysts predict that the iPad may see a light drop in sales, while the iPhone will see a slight sales bump.