Flexibits has finally brought their popular calendaring app Fantastical 2 to the iPad, and it looks terrific. The app includes an integrated calendar and reminders list, a revamped calendar parser, dictation feature and more.
Apple has debuted TD-LTE capable models of the iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina Display in China. The new models add to the existing models that support other cellular networks in China.
Independent analysis has shown that Apple was not overstating the capabilities and power of their A7 microprocessor when they called it “desktop class.” The chip is used in Apple’s iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and iPad mini with Retina Display.
Watch as the Filmmakers Behind ‘Noah’ Control a Huge Overhead Rain and Lighting System With Just an iPad
The special effects geniuses behind the new biblical epic Noah needed to control a huge overhead artificial rain and lighting rig that could deliver 5,000 gallons per minute of water and could turn night into day. How did they control all that? Why, with an iPad, of course!
Just one day after their release, Microsoft’s Office apps, (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), sit atop the App Store charts as the top three free apps in the store. Microsoft’s recently redesigned OneNote sits in the number four spot.
It was often reported that the main sticking point that prevented Microsoft from releasing their Office suite on the iPad was the fact that Apple would get a 30% cut of any in-app sales of Office 365 subscriptions. Apparently Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella, is more comfortable with that idea.
The full Microsoft Office suite of apps – Word, Excel, and Powerpoint – are now available for download for the iPad in the App Store. The apps are a free download, but it will cost you a subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365, ($99 a year), in order to use the app’s editing functions.
Microsoft Office for iPad has long been rumored to be in development, and today, Microsoft has finally confirmed the release of the office suite for the Apple tablet. Microsoft Office for iPad goes live in the App Store as of 11AM Pacific time, today – Thursday, March 27, 2014.
A new report says Russian government officials have stopped using iPads for official business, opting instead to use devices from Samsung. The new devices are customized, secure tablets designed for use with confidential information.
If you have ever looked at a tab, played an instrument, or tried to teach someone else how to play a song, Tabular for iPad is hands-down one of the best tools for writing anything musical, for musicians of all levels.
While flu season may almost be over, you can still benefit from keeping your iPhone or other device clean. A study conducted for The Wall Street Journal” found among the phones tested, there were between 2,700 and 4,200 units of coliform bacteria present on the devices. (Drinking water is limited to than 1 unit per 100 ml of water.)
A new report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) indicates that iPad owners replace their devices less frequently than iPhone owners, with the iPad replacement lifecycle more resembling that of a Mac, which is replaced by users on an average of every four years.
Proving the old adage (that I just made up), “Frenemies are frenemies, but business is business,” a new rumor out of Korea says Apple is moving the manufacturing of the displays for its iPad mini tablet to frenemy Samsung.
A report from The Verge says Microsoft’s special cloud and mobile-focused event in San Francisco set for March 27th will be the site of the introduction of Microsoft Office for the iPad.
As expected, Apple has officially debuted an 8GB version of the iPhone 5c, and reintroduced a 16GB version of the iPad 4.
Digitimes reports today that Apple has reportedly shelved its plans to make a larger-screen version of its popular iPad tablet. Rumors had circulated earlier that Apple was developing a 12.9-inch tablet, with a target launch date of early next year.