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Earlier this month we presented you with rumors that a next generation iPhone might include a 4-inch 2272×1280 beyond Retina IGZO display with a pixel density of 652ppi. Now, those rumors are one step closer to becoming reality.
The iPad has dominated the tablet market ever since the tablet was first released in April of 2010. Many a manufacturer have tried to strip that name from Apple, but instead of becoming the "next big thing", most just turn out to be market fillers.
When Apple finally unveiled the iPad Mini, few to none of us were surprised. That said, we were more than a little stunned to see Apple turn around and release a 4th generation iPad only about a half year after the release of the 3rd gen model. Despite some complaints, iPads are still selling strong. So was this aggressive and short cycle for the iPad a bad move for Apple? They don't seem to think so, if rumors are to be believed.
Two days after the big Tumblr update to its Android app, iPad gets its own native app as well. Tumblr’s iOS app version 3.2.3 is now compatible with the iPad and the iPad mini.
Creators at Apple are evidently already working hard on a new higher resolution and lighter version of the iPad mini. This report comes from the Apple rumor mill DigiTimes, though it isn't the first time we've heard it. Keep in mind that DigiTime's record for getting things right is certainly mixed, though it did recently predict Apple’s addition of retina displays in the Apple Macbook and managed to get it right.
Frustrated with getting stuck with boxed iPhone apps on your iPad? Cydia has had a tweak available for jailbroken iPads, called FullForce that could be the perfect solution.
Well, this really shouldn't come as much of a surprise. When you have customers who are interested in a new iPad and they see one for $329 and another one for $500+, they're probably more inclined to consider the cheaper one.
When the Apple iPad mini first hit the retail channels, it sold out pretty quickly and the shipping dates weren't exactly ideal. However, it seems that Apple has finally gotten its ducks in a row and the supply chain is once again ready to roll, because the shipping dates for the iPad mini have been reduced to one week.
Could future iPhone and iPad devices be powered by chips built by Intel? A new rumors seems to suggest so. With Samsung and Apple's relationship becoming so distant, it is possible Intel could extend beyond providing Intel processors for Apple's PC efforts.
Just a few days ago the Ministry of Industry and Technology of the People’s Republic of China gave the iPhone 5 network verification and the right to be sold in China.
The iPad might currently be on top when it comes to tablets, but things may be shifting quickly, according to a new ABI Research report. Back in 2011 Gartner had suggested that Android would hold a 38% share of the tablet market by 2015, but ABI says that things are now moving much quicker. The latest data suggests that Android accounted for an impressive 44 percent of all tablets shipped during the last quarter.
With the patent wars still going strong, tensions are high in technology land. Just two months after Apple walked away from the courtroom a billion dollars richer, the Silicon Valley giant is trying to further distance itself from Samsung.
Enter the appropriately named Classic Match Foosball Table. It's a miniature foosball table where you can dock your Apple iPad and really engage in a game with virtual players on those virtual sticks.
The surprising thing is that even though the Kindle Fire HD 8.9" starts at a full $200 cheaper than the starting price for the Apple iPad ($299 vs. $499), the specs on paper are actually very, very comparable.
Here is an example of stupidity at it's finest. Four employees from Walmart decided to film themselves throwing boxes containing iPad across the stockroom area just for fun. The video says “this is why you shouldn't buy from Walmart”.
Do you have a new iPad mini or a new iPad 4? It looks like the Dev-Team people are once again on your side, because they've released an update to redsn0w that allows you to save your iOS 6.0 blobs off to Cydia. Naturally, they recommend that you stick with 6.0 if that's where you are at the moment.
Beta Evernote 5 on the Mac was a good indicator that the team was working on a new version for iOS users, and now only a few days later, we have it. Evernote 5 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is redesigned and released with major functions added, home screen sections, Quick Notes, and Views.
The iPad Mini is barely out the door and what do we already have? The first iPad Mini 2 rumor is already here. Unsurprisingly, it has to do with the addition of a Retina display.
The new iPad Mini has been put under the magnifying glass by research firm IHS, and according to their data, Apple’s Wifi-only 16GB iPad mini, which is selling for $329, only costs Apple $188 to put the device on the shelf.
The idea here is actually brilliant in its simplicity. As you rock back and forth in the rocking chair, it generates power that is then sent to the iPad docked in the right side arm.
I've always figured that I could tinker with my mobile devices however I see fit, as long as I'm not infringing on some other laws about invasion of privacy or anything like that. It seems that the United States government agrees with me,
With the 3rd generation iPad only coming out about seven months ago and already being phased out in favor of a faster Lightning based 4th generation model, there was some concern about how Apple fans and general consumers would react to the move. Would the iPad 4th gen have slower sales than in the past due to backlash for the quick turn around? The answer seems to be a resounding “No”.
When it comes to 10-inch tablets, most consumers certainly think of iPad as the most powerful option out there. Sure, there are other high-end 10-inch tablets that are running on Android or Windows 8/RT, but they don't have the display power of the Retina and probably aren't as cutting-edge in processing and graphics as the newest 4th generation Apple iPad. This dynamic is now crashing down thanks to the newly announced Samsung Nexus 10.
While Apple might have given us a new iPad 4th gen recently, it is no longer the king of displays. Today Google announced the Samsung Nexus 10 with an extremely impressive 2560 x 1600 display.
Pre-orders for both the iPad Mini and the 4th-generation Apple iPad started on Friday, but what if you still haven't decided which iPad is for you? Let's have a look at some of the most important specs so you can choose the right one for you.
I still think that the starting price on the Microsoft Surface should have been closer to $299, but in the $499 range, it competes directly against the recently announced fourth-generation iPad rather than the also recently announced iPad Mini. So, how does it compare?
The iPad Mini has had so many preorders that the shipping time has moved from November 2nd to “two weeks” for the base Wi-Fi only 16GB model.
The iPad Mini was basically just announced but keyboard-maker Zagg spared no time in getting two new keyboard cases out to the market.
Up until now, it was really hard to call Amazon and Apple direct competitors. Sure, they both had tablets and sold services that were highly integrated into the overall experience. Yes, they both also had books and videos. What set them worlds apart was pricing and specs. This has changed with the introduction of the iPad Mini.
Google's Nexus 7 is essentially the most successful Android tablet to date, though the Kindle Fire does follow closely behind it. With that in mind, would Google be wise to attempt to enter into the 10-inch tablet world with a Nexus 10? They certainly seem to think so.
The iPad Mini is here but some of us are finding it hard to get all that excited when similar tablets cost nearly $100 less. For $199 you can get the Nexus 7, sure it has a smaller screen but it also has a better resolution. You can even get a slightly weaker 7-inch Kindle Fire for just $169. That makes the starting price of $329 just a little hard to swallow.
Just a little over a half year after the release of the iPad 3rd generation model, we already have a successor. The 4th gen iPad doesn't bring tons of changes to the mix but it does have a faster processor and graphics chip, alongside the new Lightning adapter. So you already bought an iPad 3, what do you do? For some of you, an exchange might be possible.
While everyone saw the iPad Mini coming from a million miles away, there was much less talk about the possibility of 4th generation iPad. While the 3rd generation model is just six months old, it also includes a dock connector that Apple is probably trying to get rid of for good.
Okay, so none of us are shocked by the appearance of the iPad Mini. That being said, it's a pretty solid looking device.
According to Microsoft, their display is supposed to be sharper than the Apple's retina display. Considering the Surface has a resolution of 1,366 x 768 (which isn't all that high by today's standard), how is that possible?
How much would you be willing to pay for the upcoming iPad Mini? Apple is hoping you'll say $329.
With the iPad Mini just around the corner, will Apple continue to push its iPad 2 as a midrange option or will it eventually be phased out altogether?
The Microsoft Surface preorders are already starting to go pretty well. If you were Apple, how would you possibly slow the Surface down? Announce the iPad Mini, that's how. Apparently rumors now suggest that Apple will release its new smaller tablet on October 23rd. For those who don't know, that's three days before the Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface release event.
Apparently Tokepa analyst Brian White believes that the iPad Mini is not only on its way soon, but that it will outshine the 3rd generation iPad.
The Duo Pinball is an app-supported controller that is all about giving you the best pinball experience possible.
The iPad Mini this, the iPad Mini that. I'm sure everyone is more than eager just to see this thing get released so we can stop hearing about it everyday- hopefully we might soon get our wish. A new leak shows pictures of the 7.85-inch Apple tablet and gives us a few new details.
When it comes to 3rd party stylus offerings for the iPad, most are nothing more than simple pens that offer a finer tip and nothing more. What if you want a pressure sensitive experience that somewhat mimics Wacom technology? If that's what you want, than consider Pogo Connect.
A new rumor claims that Apple is preparing for a special press event on Wednesday, October 17th. The topic of the event? The iPad Mini.
Wonderputt is a very quirky minigolf game where all 18 holes are on the screen at once, it's brought to us by the developers at Damp Gnat. The visuals are inventive and very interesting to watch. After the 8th playthrough, I was still not tired of watching everything fit together. Sadly, Wonderputt only works for the iPad 2 and newer.
A new rumor suggests that at least three people 'close to Apple' have confirmed that there is already a 16:9 iPad in the works.
Tomorrow is the big day. Apple's Press Event is expected to be the ground for the new iPhone announcement, but what about the iPad Mini? Some say its announcement is coming tomorrow, other rumors and sources indicate it isn't.
There are several different keyboards for the iPad out there. Some of these are full dock solutions that turn your iPad into a laptop. Some are just basic keyboards that sit next to your laptop. Keyboard covers are something in-between. They allow you to set your iPad within them for easy typing but they are a fully-hinged laptop-style keyboard either.
The final design shows off a 10.1-inch slate that is 8.6mm thin, weighs a little over a pound and comes equipped with the detachable game controls with every package.
This iPhone 5 concept video is pretty dramatic to say the least. Siri goes as far as tracking your packages to determine arrival time, reschedules your canceled flights, oh, and not to mention the pinch to zoom that expands your iPhone 5 in to an iPad Mini, and then a full size iPad.
Love your iPad? So do Orangutans, apparently. That's right, orangutans make use of technology too, at least in twelve zoos across the United States and Canada they do. The program is called “Apps for Apes” and basically sets to give about fifteen to thirty minutes of iPad time to Orangutans, twice a week.