Apple have released a new iPad 2 “Love” ad, which showcases how the iPad 2 is used on a daily basis. You can expect to see this ad on a regular basis as the holiday season gets into full swing.
According to a recent ChangeWave survey gauging demand for tablets this holiday season, the iPad tops many consumers’ wish lists, and is preferred three to one over the Kindle Fire.
Following up their popular Time Command full-sized alarm dock for iOS devices, Stem Innovation has launched the Time Command Mini – a smaller version of the Time Command designed to be more portable.
iLounge reports some exciting information today, as their “most reliable source” claims major changes are coming to the iPad, iPhone, and MacBook Pro next year.
Apple has quietly updated the App Store to allow iPad users to swipe through the latest featured and “new and noteworthy” apps. The changes are now live on both the main page of the App Store and each category page.
Following yesterday’s report that Apple has begun reducing orders for iPad 2 displays, a new Digitimes report expands on that information, claiming that three million iPad 3 displays will be delivered into Apple’s manufacturing chain by the end of the month.
Royal Pingdom published an interesting bit of trivia, “How Many iPads Would it Take to Equal the World’s Fastest Supercomputer?” We’re not going to say it’s a lot, but you might need a bigger truck!
AT&T is investigating new retail ideas, and has opened a new concept store in Chicago to try things out. One idea the company is considering is replacing cash registers with iPads, allowing associates to assist customers and handle transactions on the same device.
The iPad has proven it’s domination over the tablet industry time and time again, and comScore’s latest figures only add more fuel to the iPad’s fire, showing that the iPad accounts for 87.6% of global tablet web traffic – and 95.7% in the US!
Signal Snowboard has produced what must be one of the most unique Steve Jobs tributes I have ever seen: The iShred – a snowboard with Apple-like aluminum unibody design, a build in iPad 2, and an Apple-esque glowing Wi-Fi beacon.
Apple may not have total dominance in the technology market, but when it comes to supplying Christmas gifts, Apple reigns supreme. A recent Nielsen survey shows that the iPad, the iPhone and the iPod touch are the 3 most wanted gifts by children this Christmas.
Apple’s display providers are reportedly being asked to decrease display shipments for the iPad 2 as Apple prepares to begin wide-scale production for the upcoming iPad 3.
Have you ever needed to type something into your iPad, but didn’t have a bluetooth keyboard with you? Typing directly on the screen can be a pain. Fortunately, a new app called Type2Phone can help you out by allowing you to use your Mac as a keyboard for your iPad!
The first Kindle Fire orders are already beginning to arrive, but many are wondering just how well the new $199 device holds up against the competition. iDownloadblog has put together a video comparing the Kindle Fire side-by-side with the iPad 2.
New research findings published by McKinsey reveals some interesting info about iPad owners. According to the study, 38% of iPad users never leave home without them, while the remainder leave their iPad at home.
Qualcomm has begun shipping their new 2nd-generation LTE chipset, which could bring 4G LTE support to the next-generation iPad.