One thing the iPad 2 arguably lacks is the ability to customize the exterior, and if you’re one of those people who’s completely obsessed with design, this can be frustrating. Fear not though – Stuart Hughes, famed for giving Apple products golden makeovers, has struck again, this time with the iPad 2.
A recent poll conducted by a U.K app developer has returned an interesting result – the iPad 2 outranks world peace as one of the most desired items on people’s holiday wish lists, and takes second place only to one million British pounds.
Known jailbreak developer and iPhone Dev-Team leader MuscleNerd revealed on Twitter that the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 have finally been jailbroken and installed with Cydia, although the jailbreak is still in its early stages ant not yet ready for the public.
Popular music discovery service SoundCloud has updated its line of mobile apps, adding iPad support to its already popular iPhone and iPod touch app. The app is designed to simplify the process of recording audio and sharing it with your…
The iPad’s already looks pretty amazing…but would it look even better if it were wearing the right shirt? A new startup company called Computer Apparel thinks so, and aims to sell padded cases for the iPad, MacBook Pro and other devices that resemble folded-up clothing.
DirecTV has just released a significant update for their iPad app, allowing users to watch live TV on the iPad. The live streaming works with 38 different channels, and requires the iPad to be connected to the same home network as your DirecTV receiver.
NewPCGadgets has released a new secure iPad 2 amount targeted to businesses, allowing you to securely display your iPad or fasten it to a surface, while allowing you to rotate the iPad 360 degrees to display a wide variety of content.
Two iPads, as well as a red Angry Birds plush toy, will soon be on their way to the International Space Station aboard two Russian spacecrafts set to launch later this year.
The App Store is filled with great apps, and to get your app on to the top of the charts you have to make it unique, interesting and well-produced. Today we’ll see if Turtle World for iPad and iPhone ($0.99, App Store) can pass the test and make it to the top of the app charts.
MacBook Pros weren’t the only thing to get updated this morning – Apple has also updated their iPad 2 Smart Cover line, removing the orange polyurethane cover and replacing it with a new dark grey color.
TomTom, makers of GPS devices and developers of the TomTom GPS app for iOS has updated their apps, bringing full native compatibility with the iPad for the first time ever. Each of TomTom’s more than two dozen GPS apps now include an interface optimized for the iPad’s bigger screen.
As you may know, Apple has built mirroring functionality into iOS 5, and the ability to stream HD video and game content to your HDTV from your iPad 2 or iPhone 4S is pretty awesome, but users of older devices may feel betrayed that this won’t work for them – until now!
Those of you with an iPad 2 might want to be aware of a crazy security bug in iOS. Apparently anyone with a smart cover can break into your iPad 2, even if you’ve locked it with a password! Here what you need to know (and how to fix it!)
Ion Audio has just announced the release of their new Piano Apprentice – a piano teaching tool for the iPad, iPod and iPhone touch. The Piano Apprentice works with a free companion app, and uses a light-up keyboard to teach you how to play various piano tunes.
Despite Apple’s vocal rejection of tablets smaller than 10 inches in the past, UDN reports that Apple has ordered 7.85-inch display samples from both LG and AU Optronics to test in a possible smaller version of the iPad.
Apple has just cut an additional $100 off the pricing for refurbished 1st-gen iPads ahead of the holiday shopping season, reducing the pricing for the 64GB iPad with WiFi to just $399.