James Kendrick of ZDNet shares his experience using his new iPad Air as a LTE Hotspot. He discovers his new device’s battery life could lead to at least 24 hours of use as a hotspot without the need for a recharge.
A survey by Piper Jaffray says 75% of U.S. iPad purchasers on launch day already owned an earlier model of an iPad. This compares to 58% at last year’s launch.
If you just got your hands on the iPad Air you probably have some questions. We’re here to help! We’ve rounded up some tips and tricks for how to get started with your iPad Air, and how to take advantage of its new features.
If you’ve just gotten your hands on a shiny new iPad, or are planning to get your hands on one in the near future, you may have some questions. To help, we’ve put together a guide for how to migrating your applications and settings from your current iPad over to your new device.
If trade-in numbers at Gazell and Nextworth are any indication, quite a few of the folks buying the iPad Air are also trading in their old iPads to get cash to apply against their new precious.
The iPad Air is the 5th-generation of Apple’s popular tablet. Mashable gives an excellent demonstration of the improvements from the 1st-generation model, all the way up to the iPad Air, by comparing tasks on all five generations side-by-side.
The iPad Air launched in over 40 countries today, and now it appears some stocks of Apple’s new tablet are depleting as the day wears on.
Walmart is offering Apple’s new iPad Air for $479, a $20 discount off of the usual price. Now comes word that other stores, including Apple, will match Walmart’s deal.
The fine folks at iFixIt have done one of their famous, and always entertaining, teardowns on the new iPad Air. Let’s see if there are any surprises.
The iPad Air has begun arriving Apple Stores and resellers around the globe ahead of Friday’s official launch. One sharp eyed observer even noticed iPad Air units at a Walmart location.
For those of you looking to get your hands on the new iPad Air, orders will begin through the Apple Online Store at 12:01 AM Pacific time in the U.S. and Canada region.
Whether you were among the masses following Apple’s iPad and Mac Pro event live, are just looking to replace your current iPad, or even considering buying an iPad for the very first time, we’ve got the details you need to help you decide where and how to purchase your new iPad.
If you aren’t lucky enough to order an iPad Air tonight before they sell out from the Apple Online Store, the only way you’ll be able to get an iPad on launch day at this point is by standing in line for the official launch. Sales will begin at Apple Stores at 8 AM local time, and around the same time frame for most third-party retailers.
Hoping to get your hands on a new iPad Air, but don’t want to wake up at midnight to order? Apple retail launches can be fun and exciting events, and standing in line may be the only way for you to get your hands on a new iPad in the near future.
Hear that rumble coming from the far east? That’s the sound of Apple shuttering it’s online stores in the Asian markets in preparation for the launch of online ordering for the iPad Air!
If you’re new to the iPad, or perhaps just upgraded, you’re probably going to want to fill it up with great apps just as fast as you can. So, in the spirit of helpfulness, we present “Ten Essential Apps for Your New iPad”! (In no particular order.)