According to a recently leaked internal AppleCare document, Apple is actively investigating reported WiFi related issues affecting the 3rd-generation iPad. Apple is instructing employees to “capture” the affected WiFi only models.
Is it possible that Apple could wind up paying for your new iPad or iPhone? That’s the question a reader asked Matt Krantz at USA Today Money.
With the intent to create products that appeal across demographics, Incase uses creativity and user-based knowledge to design quality accessories. The Compact Backpack is a testament of time-tested craftsmanship and is my preferred mode of on-the-go MacBook and iPad protection.
Piper Jaffray issued a report Tuesday on the firm’s latest semi-annual survey of U.S. teenagers. The results of the survey of 5,600 U.S. high school students show that 34% of surveyed students now own an iPhone, an all-time high, and double the percentage just a year ago.
Even though Apple has been selling the iPod for more than 10 years, it still owns more than 75 percent of the portable digital music player market. The thought that Apple could “iPod” the tablet market is giving many tablet vendors nightmares.
This weekend we present a wallpaper designed by our very own J. Glenn Kunzler, with a dark textured background and MacTrast logo for iPad. To follow, we offer a springtime grassy get-away for iPhone.
The famous painting “Starry Night” of Vincent Van Gogh has come to life as an iPad app. It will fascinate you as you watch it move, but you can also interact with it as the background music changes to respond to your actions.
Following the announcement of a modernised version of Baldur’s Gate for the iPad, Overhaul Games have revealed that they will also be bringing an Enhanced Edition of the game to the Mac platform.
Wish drawing on the iPad were a little more like real paper? Fiftythree has released a new app called Paper – a brand new drawing experience for the iPad that’s designed to make you feel more like you’re working with actual paper than a touchscreen.
A new wave of specialized video accessories and apps for the iPhone and iPad are giving journalists new freedom and flexibility, as television stations integrate the devices into their daily workflow at such a rate that even vendors of traditional broadcast equipment and software have begun to adapt high-end products to interact with them.
If there’s one thing that owners of iPhones and iPads love to do with their device it’s to watch videos and movies. With the great screen, and fast CPU’s and GPU’s built into their devices, videos run like a dream. But what if you have a collection of movies that aren’t in the format the iOS video player requires?
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PC Magazine writer Sascha Segan just gave the new iPad an Editors’ Choice award for large tablets. He didn’t give the device the award because of its lovely hardware, it got the award because “Android tablet apps suck”.
This isn’t exactly magical news for Harry Potter fans, but it is pretty good. The first ever eBook collection of the books is available in ePub format, meaning it will work on both iPad and Mac and will not be restricted to the Kindle.
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.
It’s getting tougher and costlier to smuggle Apple devices into China. The Chinese customs authority has told some U.S.-based shipping agents not to accept orders of iPads, and warned travelers to declare their gadgets at the border and pay a 10 percent import duty on electronics.