There were a couple of interesting reports this morning, as AnandTech reported they got an amazing 25.3 hours of LTE hotspotting out of a new iPad, and PCWorld reported that the new iPad runs only slightly hotter than some Android Tablets.
The iPad has been called many things. Steve Jobs himself even called the device “magical” when he originally introduced it on stage. And now two Swedish magicians prove that the iPad really is magical in an incredible display of illusion.
In its continuing desperate attempt to gain eyeballs for it’s magazine and website, Consumer Reports comes out with another report on another non-issue with a new Apple product. This time its the new iPad, which apparently gets warm when it’s plugged in and being used to play a game! GASP!
This weekend, we are highlighting Adam Betts’ quality black-leather craftsmanship. With the new Retina display in mind, Adam has filled the canvas with excellently styled walls for iPad and iPhone. For the avid MacTrast readers, we have a special offering for you too!
Apple’s iOS devices typically have very good battery life, but sometimes you just want to squeeze every last bit of life from your battery. This guide provides a number of practical tips to help you make the most of your battery life.
Apple has begun the second wave of its international iPad rollout today, launching their new device in 25 additional countries, following last week’s initial launch in its first 10 countries.
We’ve gotten out hands on Cygnett’s latest cases designed for the new iPad, and so far we really like what we see!
DisplayMate Technologies Corporation president Ray Soneira has examined the technology behind the new iPad’s amazing Retina Display and has come up with a simple conclusion: The new iPad should run warmer than the previous model.
Now that Apple’s new iPad has been out for a few days, the complaints are really starting to pile up. Following the “overheating” concerns that surfaced earlier this week, many users are now complaining of Wi-Fi reception issues on the new device.
There have been a considerable number of complaints about some genuine Smart Covers not fully working with the new iPad. We take a look at the various reasons why this might be the case.
Consumer Reports has added their two cents on the “overheating iPad” controversy, reports MacRumors, concluding that the new iPad can reach temperatures of up to 116 degrees fahrenheit under heavy load for prolonged periods of time.
Apple’s new iPad is officially a hot item – and were’ not talking about the overhyped “heat issue” – according to UBS analyst Maynard Um, Apple is set to sell a whopping 12 million iPads by the end of the month!
It happens every time Apple releases a new product – people subject it to all manner of torture. This time around, some crazy hoodlum decided to shoot up the new iPad with an HK53 assault rifle – and it actually held up fairly well!
Along with the new iPad, Apple also unveiled iPhoto for iOS. It looked awesome in the keynote, so I decided to give it a hands on test.
Sharp has finally received verification to begin supplying Retina displays for Apple’s new iPad in February, but LG Display hasn’t as yet made the cut.
Both the AT&T and Verizon versions of the new iPad claim fast 4G data speeds. How does that translate to real-world usage? Dong Ngo of CNET did some tests around the San Francisco area to see what you can expect from the new 4G capable iPads.