Beginning September 1st, Hawaiian Airlines will begin offering iPad minis as the in-flight entertainment on some of its routes. This is a first for a United States-based airline.
Parallels, makers of the popular Parallels Desktop virtual machine software, has launched a brand new iPad app called Parallels Access. The app, which requires am $80 per year subscription service, might be one of the most unique new apps we’ve seen in a while, allowing iPad users to run Mac or Windows apps on their device almost as if the apps were native.
‘iPad 5′ Front Panel Appears in Leaked High-Res Images, Shows off Expected Slimmer iPad mini-like Design
Well-known Apple supply chain insider Sonny Dickson is once again back at his game, and this time, rather than leaking more iPhone 5C or iPhone 5S parts, Dickson has posted some fairly convincing high-quality pictures of what seems to be the front panel of the upcoming 5th-gen iPad.
Conojo for iPad at it’s simplest form, is a virtual whiteboard for writing and drawing ideas. Unlike other drawing apps, Conojo takes things a step further with it’s unique suite of features.
The iPad is already a mobile device, however should it need even more mobility, then why not install it on this segway designed by Double Robotics. At $1,999, it’s not cheap but it would sure make your iPad happy.
A German doctor has performed liver surgery with the assistance of an augmented reality app running on an iPad. This marks the first time such a surgery has been performed in this manner.
The first seven “Steve Jobs Schools” have opened in the Netherlands. Schools in the Dutch cities of Sneek, Breda, Almere, Emmen, Heenvliet and Amsterdam will start teaching students according to the principles of the O4NT, emphasizing the role of the iPad in the elementary classrooms.
Wacom, maker of high-priced professional level drawing tablets, has announced a more affordable option for the budding iPad-toting artist: The Intuos Creative Stylus for iPad priced at $99.
French site Nowhereelse.fr [Google Translation] has posted what it claims are photos of the back casing of the next-generation iPad.
Market research firm IHS iSuppli (via CNET), reports that production levels for displays for this year’s iPad mini model are set to match the numbers for last year’s production. They also believe there will indeed be a Retina display model of the device.
Technology has trained us to write with our thumbs on a touch screen, or with out fingers, clicking away on a keyboard. Now, those who prefer the “old-fashioned” way, can take notes on an iPad or iPhone like they would with pen and paper.
Following previous reports from this morning regarding Apple’s all-but-confirmed September 10th iPad event, and reports regarding a new thinner iPad mini-like design for the 5th-gen iPad, Bloomberg has added their own stamp of approval in collaboration with those reports. Bloomberg also echoes reports that Apple will launch a Retina version of the iPad mini in the final quarter of this year.
Microsoft continues to take desperate potshots at Apple’s popular iPad, releasing a new commercial comparing the Surface RT to the fourth-generation iPad. The ad highlights pricing and size differences between the two devices.
The Grove Bamboo Backs are a simple sheet of real bamboo, hand smoothed and cut by a top notch team in Oregon. Available for iPad, iPad mini, and MacBook Pro/Air, the bamboo back adds a classic, real wood touch to your Apple device.
While Apple continues to look for ways to wean itself away from using Samsung as a supplier for device components, a new report says Samsung may turn out to be the major supplier for displays for the as yet unannounced second-generation iPad mini.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple will be going to Samsung to get components for a Retina Display version of the iPad mini later this year. Sharp and LG will also be supplying screens. Apple is also reported to be considering back plates for the mini in various colors, ala the iPod touch.