Looking for something creative and fun to put on your Christmas Tree this year? These iPhone and iPad Christmas tree ornaments might be just the thing, adding some ‘magical’ and ‘revolutionary’ flair to your holiday season.
A warning from Corning about weakened demand for tablet glass had more to do with limited demand for non-Apple products than it did with Apple’s iPad, UBS analyst Maynard Um told clients Wednesday.
Following yesterday’s rumor that Microsoft will bring MS Office to the iPad, Wired’s Charlie Sorrell takes a hilarious jab at how the company might adapt their well-known ribbon interface to the tablet.
Apple is reportedly preparing to release next-gen 4G LTE compatible iPhones and iPads in Japan next year, which will be released on NTT DoCoMo, Japan’s largest mobile operator.
Apple may release three separate versions of the iPad next year, although the company is still reportedly expected to launch the Retina display toting iPad 3 in March.
If you’re looking to take a walk down memory lane, or at least want to try out a great new iPad accessory, you may want to take a look at the new Atari Arcade Duo gaming dock.
Microsoft may finally be bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, which will directly compete with Apple’s own iWork apps (Pages, Keynote and Numbers).
Fortune has just released a new iPad app that maps out Steve Jobs’ legacy over the years, serving as a retrospective of Jobs’ life and accomplishments.
Apple’s iOS 5.1 beta released to developers last night contained more than meets the eye, revealing a never before seen iPad product ID (iPad 2,4), which could reference an unreleased Sprint iPad 2.
Following Apple’s release of iOS 5.1 beta to developers last night, some interesting new code code strings have been discovered in the new beta referencing both the iPhone 5 and the iPad 3.
Ever since the iPad’s launch in 2010, companies have been coming out with styluses on a regular basis. The iPen from iOSMonster is a straightforward, simple iPad stylus that gives the user superb build quality and a comfortable experience.
The iPad already looks pretty amazing, but would it look even better if it were wearing the right shirt? Computer Apparel thinks so, and has produced their V-Neck Sleeve cases on exactly that premise.
Following previous reports suggesting that Sharp would be supplying iPad 3 display components, the Wall Street Journal offers confirmation from their own sources.
A new report suggests the iPad 3 may be thinner after all, and that Apple is investing in Sharp’s manufacturing to produce a thinner, low-power Retina display.
Bloomberg reports that Apple has approved a streaming, subscription based gaming model for the iPad, which will debut early next year, with Big Fish Games as the first big player.
Enjoy pizza? Love iPad apps? Then you might enjoy Dominos’ new “Pizza Hero” iPad app, which lets you make a pizza on your iPad, and then order it in real life.