iPad

  • Most Topular Stories

  • Top 5 Most Exciting New iOS 8 Features – HomeKit, Multitasking and More

    Geeknaut » Apple iPad
    Oliver Green
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:04 am
    iOS 8 has been in beta stage for a few months now, but with the Apple iPhone 5 planned for release today, we can finally see iOS 8 make it to full release. Whilst a lot of changes in iOS 8 are done behind the scenes and for the Apple development scene, there are a [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at Top 5 Most Exciting New iOS 8 Features – HomeKit, Multitasking and More for Geeknaut
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – September 16, 2014

    iOSnoops » Daily App Deals
    Damian Ragar
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:58 am
    Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We’ve selected 24 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes PicsStudio, CoSurf, Starry Night Interactive Animation, Photo Guard, Rain Sounds HQ, Dog Trap, filtergram, Meet You Plus, MiniatureCam, Numerics, City Essentials and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be free anymore when you read this post. For the latest app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our…
  • The Apple Watch Will Make Your iPhone So Much Better

    PadGadget
    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 8:41 am
    Apple’s upcoming wearable computing device is called the Apple Watch, but it is so much more than just a timepiece. It promises to bring a more intimate way to connect with people, an easier way for you to communicate, and interactivity with your iPhone unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. The Apple Watch requires an iPhone to function, but Apple has good reason for such shenanigans. It is because the Apple Watch is meant to compliment the iOS ecosystem and make mobile computing more convenient than we could have imagined. Messages In connection with your iPhone, Apple Watch will allow…
  • Learn About the Sun: 4 iPad Apps

    iPad App Finders
    iPad guy
    16 Sep 2014 | 5:42 am
    Our sun is truly an amazing star. Without it, life would not be possible on earth. There are plenty of fascinating things to learn about it. Whether you want to learn about the sun’s importance or its location in the sky at any time, these iPad apps have you covered: Sun by KIDS DISCOVER: covers many interesting facts about our sun. It has interactive 3D models, high-definition video and audio, and high-resolution graphs, animations, and cartoons to keep your kids busy. Star Walk Kids: designed to teach your children about the sun and other objects in the sky. It has an enchanting user…
  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – September 16, 2014

    iOSnoops » Daily App Deals
    Jerry Collins
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Looking for great apps at a fraction of their regular price? We’ve found 32 iPhone and iPad apps that are currently on sale. This app deal alert includes DocAS, djay 2, Buddyman: Kick, Psyx, Stock Quote Clock, ExhibitView Trial Notebook & Presenter, Running for Weight Loss Pro, Ancient Spirits: Columbus' Legacy and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be on sale anymore when you read this post. For real-time app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    PadGadget

  • Tim Cook Says Apple’s Not in the Business of Making Money from Consumer Data

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Apple CEO Tim Cook recently participated in an exclusive interview with PBS’ Charlie Rose. The first in a two-part interview had Cook speaking with Rose on such topics as iPhone sizes, competing companies, and new products. During the first half, which aired last Friday, Rose questioned Apple’s stance on consumer right to privacy. Cook made it very clear that Apple doesn’t want your data and you should question what others are doing with it. To prompt the discussion, Rose mentioned to Cook that consumers worry about their privacy. To paraphrase, Rose said, “A lot of people have said…
  • PayPal Slams Apple’s Security Over iCloud Celebrity Photo Hacking

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:47 am
    Well, we were wondering when it would happen. Apple’s recent connection with the theft of celebrity nude “selfies” via iCloud was sure to put the iPad maker in the hot seat at some point. PayPal appears to be the first to use the issue against Apple. Apparently, the online payment service feels a bit threatened by the potential of Apple Pay. Yesterday, PayPal ran a full-page advertisement in the business section of the New York Times with a quote that reads, “ We the people want our money safer than our selfies. PayPal protecting the people economy.” The ad indirectly refers to the…
  • iPhone 6 NFC Feature Restricted Exclusively to Apple Pay

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:45 am
    When Apple announced its upcoming Apple Pay feature, it quickly became clear that the service required a near-field communication (NFC) chip, which doesn’t exist in any currently existing iOS device. Sure enough, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will come equipped with NFC technology, something Apple has resisted for years. The Apple Watch will likely include the same chip since it is also compatible with Apple Pay. As it turns out, Apple isn’t exactly joining the NFC ranks. Users won’t be able to use the technology to send and receive social messages or get alerts when they enter a store.
  • PadGadget’s iPad Tips: How to Update to iOS 8

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 9:41 am
    This Wednesday, Apple will make iOS 8 available to the public for download. Thanks to a few technology tweaks a few years ago, Apple has made it possible for users to simply tap “Download” in order to update their devices to iOS 8. However, nothing ever goes as smoothly as that. Apple’s media event and the preorder launch of the iPhone 6 is evidence enough for that. We’ve got some tips for how to smoothly transition from iOS 7 to iOS 8 with as little problems as possible. We’ve also got some advice for what to do if you do end up having problems downloading the big update. Before…
  • The Apple Watch Will Make Your iPhone So Much Better

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 8:41 am
    Apple’s upcoming wearable computing device is called the Apple Watch, but it is so much more than just a timepiece. It promises to bring a more intimate way to connect with people, an easier way for you to communicate, and interactivity with your iPhone unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. The Apple Watch requires an iPhone to function, but Apple has good reason for such shenanigans. It is because the Apple Watch is meant to compliment the iOS ecosystem and make mobile computing more convenient than we could have imagined. Messages In connection with your iPhone, Apple Watch will allow…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    The iPhone Addict | The #1 Site for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV owners

  • iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Shown Off in Early Hands-On Videos

    The iPhone Addict
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:41 pm
    Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus won’t be available to consumers until Friday, September 19, but some devices have been trickling out early ahead of the phone’s launch. Korean site UNDERkg has managed to get both an iPhone 6 and an iPhone 6 Plus, sharing hands-on videos and photos. The first video focuses on the 4.7-inch gold iPhone 6, walking through all of the features including the display, the Touch ID home button, the protruding lens, and the power button, which has been relocated to the right side of the device for easier one-handed access. In the video, the iPhone 6…
  • Netflix Launches in Germany, Including on Apple TV [Mac Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:03 pm
    Netflix today officially launched [Google Translate] its subscription movie and TV show service in Germany, and as noted by ifun.de [Google Translate], the launch includes day-one support on the Apple TV. Apple has significantly expanded content offerings on the Apple TV over the past year or two, but many of the additions have been limited to the United States. The Netflix channel has, however, been available in many of the markets served by Netflix, which has included the U.S., Latin America, and a number of countries in Europe. As a result, it is unsurprising that the channel has expanded…
  • Appeals Court Throws Out $368 Million Verdict Against Apple in VirnetX Lawsuit [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:50 pm
    Back in 2012, patent holding company VirnetX , ruling that the verdict was influenced by the instructions given to the jury during the trial. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, a specialized Washington-based court that handles patent appeals, ruled the verdict was “tainted” by erroneous jury instructions in the case. The court also held some trial testimony from a VirnetX expert should have been excluded from the case. Despite siding with Apple and reversing some of $368 million verdict, the court did rule that Apple infringed on some of the claims in…
  • Foxconn Factory Worker Detained Over iPhone 6 Shell Leaks

    The iPhone Addict
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:15 pm
    A Foxconn worker is being detained after being accused of stealing six iPhone 6 rear shells from the factory line and reselling them to an unidentified party in Shenzhen, China, in a statement that Foxconn expects its employees to follow the company’s strict Code of Conduct. “As a matter of company policy, Foxconn does not comment on any aspect of our work for any customer,” a Foxconn Technology Group spokesperson told CNET in an e-mailed statement. “However, we can say that we have a strict Company Code of Conduct that our company and our employees are expected to…
  • iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Launches in China May Be Delayed Until 2015 [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    16 Sep 2014 | 12:56 pm
    Apple may be forced to wait until 2015 to launch the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in China, according to a report in 21st Century Business Herald [Google Translate]. If true, the delay could have consequences for the company both in terms of customer momentum in the critical Chinese market and overall earnings projections. Sources with knowledge of the situation told 21st Century Business Herald that Apple’s latest iPhone models have failed to receive the necessary approval from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). This certification is required for Apple to begin…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    iPad Insight

  • The iPhone 6 Plus As An iPad Alternative

    Thomas
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:15 am
    Right now my iPhone is charging on my dock, and my iPad Air is beside it, charging on the desk. That’s two devices, two chargers, two Lightning cables, and two AC slots taken up. I also tend to upgrade my iPhone and iPad every two years, so I’ll likely be making two large purchases in the Fall of ’15. It’s this kind of setup that could be simplified by a single mobile device, and that’s why I think the iPhone 6 Plus comes at an interesting time. Despite my initial reaction to the very first Galaxy Note, Phablets are a thing, and there actually might be some great use cases…
  • iOS 8 *Does* Allow Paypal as a Payment Method, Even If the App Store Says It Doesn’t

    Patrick Jordan
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:13 am
    Last Wednesday night I installed the iOS 8 GM (gold master) build on my testing iPad mini. The GM should be identical or very near identical to the public release of iOS 8 coming this Wednesday. It took a while to get installed due to some issues with iTunes on my iMac, and then once I did I immediatley hit an awkward problem. When I tried to download a new app in the App Store I was greeted by a message telling me that Paypal was not an accepted payment method on this version of iOS, and recommending that I go to iTunes on a PC in order to rectify the situation. That sounded like nonsense to…
  • iPad Art: Godzilla

    Patrick Jordan
    14 Sep 2014 | 9:41 am
    Another wonderful iPad painting by Rafael Co is our featured iPad artwork today. This one is titled simply ‘Godzilla’ and it’s a great side profile take on the big fella. I’d even go so far as to say it’s a monstrously good portrait. I’m a huge fan of Raffy’s always striking and often funny images – and I especially like when he features monsters in his work. You can see lots more great iPad artwork from Raffy (and monsters galore) at his Rafael Co Flickr stream. And of course you can enjoy the work of many superb iPad artists at our own iPad Art section. © patrickj for iPad…
  • Deals: LithiumCard: The Wallet Sized HyperCharging Power Bank

    Patrick Jordan
    13 Sep 2014 | 8:47 am
    On this fine fall Saturday, our featured iPad Insight deal is LithiumCard: The Wallet Sized Hyper-Charging Power Bank – on offer at $39.99, which is 27% off its standard price of $55. This is a credit-card sized and super-slim hyper-charger that’s a far less bulky option for always having some spare battery juicing power around for our iOS devices. Here’s a little intro to the LithiumCard and some of its top features: THE THINNEST HYPERCHARGER AROUND The LithiumCard Portable HyperCharger has all the cables you need, generates the power of a wall charger, and at only 5 credit cards thick…
  • Hiding Purchased Music On Your iPad

    Thomas
    12 Sep 2014 | 6:14 pm
    John Gruber linked to this awesome MacWorld article that details how to use iTunes to hide the free U2 album on your iOS music app. I actually want to listen to this latest U2 album, but I do want to hide the crappy singles I’ve gotten from Starbucks, so this really came in handy for me. I thought it came to actually deleting the music from my iTunes Match library, but the real trick is heading to the music section of the iTunes Store and then hiding purchased music from there. I think this also points out how iTunes-reliant music management still is within the Apple ecosystem. If you just…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    iLounge | All Things iPod, iPhone, iPad and Beyond

  • News: Apple posts guide for moving content from Android to iPhone

    Phil Dzikiy
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:54 pm
    Apple has posted a new guide online to help users move content from an Android phone to an iPhone. The guide details moving contacts, email, calendars, photos, videos, music, books, and documents. A number of third-party data transferring apps are also recommended, including Copy My Data, PhotoSync, and AT&T Mobile Transfer. There’s an app section in the guide, as well, but new iOS users will have to find and install the apps on their own…
  • Mac: Canon Powershot G7 X

    Jeremy Horwitz
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Ever since iPhone cameras became capable of replacing standalone point-and-shoots, interest in low-end digital cameras has declined. Emboldened by Sony’s release of the well-regarded prosumer RX100 series, Canon looks to have gotten its groove back with the new PowerShot G7 X ($700). The pricey new pocket camera is only a little thicker than Canon’s S-series models, but packs a comparatively huge 1” sensor with 20-Megapixel effective…
  • News: Court throws out $368M FaceTime judgment against Apple

    Phil Dzikiy
    16 Sep 2014 | 12:45 pm
    A federal appeals court today tossed out a jury order requiring Apple to pay VirnetX $368.2 million in damages, Re/code reports. Apple was originally required to pay the amount for infringing VPN patents in FaceTime — the judgment was made in November 2012. The appeals court agreed that Apple did infringe patents, but ruled that the damages were incorrectly calculated. Now, the case returns to the U.S. District Court in Tyler, Texas, with a new…
  • First Look: PureGear DualTek Extreme Shock Case, HIP Case+ and Slim Shell for iPhone 6

    Phil Dzikiy
    16 Sep 2014 | 12:02 pm
    PureGear has debuted several new cases for the iPhone 6 already, starting with the DualTek Extreme Shock Case ($35), a matte plastic and rubber case with a small piece of shock absorbing material in the shell. The HIP Case+ ($35) is a two-piece multi-use case. A simple plastic shell houses the iPhone 6, offering a kickstand, but little coverage. However, that shell can be inserted into a larger and more protective holster, which also includes two…
  • News: Microsoft unveils iOS-compatible Universal Mobile Keyboard

    Jesse Hollington
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:45 am
    Microsoft has announced the Universal Mobile Keyboard, a new Bluetooth keyboard designed to work specifically with iOS devices, as well as Windows and Android devices. The new keyboard incorporates a switch to choose the appropriate device mode and dedicated iOS keys such as CMD in their proper locations. The Universal Mobile Keyboard is also notably a Made-for-iPhone/iPad/iPod touch product, and is designed to be very portable and quick and easy…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    The iPad Guide - iPad News, Info, Tips, How To Guide and Forums

  • Paper by FiftyThree Launches Mix, a New Way to Share and View Skecthes

    Jennifer Nguyen
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:14 am
    Developer FiftyThree has updated its iPad sketching app with a new open platform for "creating together". Mix is a social network for sharing and viewing sketches and drawings created on the Paper app. Users can share their own portfolio and view other works within the app or via the Mix website. Users can also use Mix to gain inspiration from other users, collaborate on open sketches and search various channels like Learn, Sketch, Play, Write, Design, and Think. The Paper by FiftyThree app with Mix is available to download on the Apple App store for free with additional tools available as…
  • Katie Couric Joins Yahoo News Digest for the iPad

    Marshall Walker
    12 Sep 2014 | 8:34 am
    Yahoo has added several new iPad-related features to its News Digest app. The biggest addition is a weekly video segment featuring the company's new Global Anchor Katie Couric. The new show will be uploaded to the News Digest app every Sunday and feature "a significant story from the week before," according to the Yahoo Tumblr post. The news app has also been optimized for tablets and it now includes the option to customize notification delivery times. Users can choose to receive their morning news updates anytime between 6am to 10am and their late edition news anytime between 5pm to 9pm.
  • Surgeon Simulator Developer Teams Up with Amplify to Teach Algebra Skills

    Marshall Walker
    12 Sep 2014 | 6:09 am
    Twelve a Dozen is the first of several educational games that education start-up Amplify plans to release this year. The New York-based company creates digital K-12 educational products for parents and teachers, and it plans to release 30 iPad games for students this October. Amplify has teamed up with the developer Bossa Studios Ltd to release its first game that "help students build key algebraic skills," according to their website. The pairing is kind of an odd match since Bossa Studios' previous games include Surgeon Simulator and Deep Dungeons of Doom. Twelve a Dozen is a…
  • Apple Announces Apple Pay, New iCloud Prices and iOS 8 Release Date

    Jennifer Nguyen
    10 Sep 2014 | 9:16 am
    Apple just didn't announce its new iPhone models and smartwatch on Tuesday, the company also announced its own mobile wallet called Apple Pay, new iCloud storage pricing and that iOS 8 will launch on September 17th. Apple Pay will allow iPhone owners to simply tap their device on a payment terminal and use their Touch ID fingerprint sensor as an electronic signature to pay for products at participating retailers such as Starbucks. The advantage of Apple Pay is that no credit card information is stored on Apple's servers and Apple has no interest in tracking your purchases. Merchants will also…
  • Apple Watch, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Announced, No iPad Air 2

    Marshall Walker
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:58 pm
    Apple today announced the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch, but the company did not unveil a new iPad model like some iOS fans had hoped they would. Tim Cook and company finally unveiled the long awaited "iWatch," which is officially being called the "Apple Watch". The new wearable device is equipped with a sapphire display, four sensors, a "Digital Crown" physical button and it will be offered in three different collections: Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch Edition. The different collections will offer three different finishes, aluminum, stainless steel, 18-karat gold,…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    iPad App Finders

  • Learn About the Sun: 4 iPad Apps

    iPad guy
    16 Sep 2014 | 5:42 am
    Our sun is truly an amazing star. Without it, life would not be possible on earth. There are plenty of fascinating things to learn about it. Whether you want to learn about the sun’s importance or its location in the sky at any time, these iPad apps have you covered: Sun by KIDS DISCOVER: covers many interesting facts about our sun. It has interactive 3D models, high-definition video and audio, and high-resolution graphs, animations, and cartoons to keep your kids busy. Star Walk Kids: designed to teach your children about the sun and other objects in the sky. It has an enchanting user…
  • Star Walk Kids: Astronomy App for iPad

    iPad guy
    14 Sep 2014 | 5:31 am
    Learning about the planets and objects in the sky can be a lot of fun. You don’t have to be a grown adult to be fascinated by them. But teaching kids about our universe can be challenging without the right tools. Star Walk is already a powerful astronomy app for iOS devices. Thank to Star Walk Kids, you are going to have an easier time teaching your children what stars and objects in the sky are all about without boring them. Star Walk Kids is a fun educational tool that provides your kids with a more engaging stargazing experience. They can still point their phone towards the sky to…
  • 3 iOS Apps for Barbell Training

    iPad guy
    12 Sep 2014 | 5:45 am
    Many folks use barbells for strength training. Having access to weights at home or in the gym is great, but you need to know how to use them. These 3 apps show you how to put your barbells to good use: Barbell Calculator & PR Tracker: a tracker and calculator for bodybuilders, weightlifters, and CrossFit fans. The app can show you how many plates you need to get the maximum out of your workouts. Virtual Trainer Barbell: brings you just under 40 workouts in HD video and lets you create your own personal workout. The timers support different workout types, including Tabata, HIIT and Circuit…
  • 5 Bird Guides for iPad

    iPad guy
    11 Sep 2014 | 5:30 am
    We all see birds all around us every day. Some of them are not that hard to identify. But if you travel around, you are liable to see birds that you may not be recognize right away. Whether you are a bird lover or a bird researcher, you can get some value out of these bird guide apps for iPad: iBird Pro Guide to Birds: it covers 940 birds of North America, Canada, and Hawaii. It lets you search birds by color, shape, head pattern, and other attributes. You also get over 5000 photographs. National Geographic Birds: it provides you with information over 995 species. You can use it to track all…
  • N3TWORK: InternetTV Network for iPad

    iPad guy
    9 Sep 2014 | 6:15 am
    Internet TV is one the rise. More people are now consuming video content online. You don’t have to struggle to find awesome channels and sites with free and premium video either. But that’s the problem. When you simply have too much content to consume, how do you find videos that are worth watching? N3TWORK happens to be an app that learns from what you like and recommends the best content to watch. N3TWORK is like having your own network TV that brings you with content that matches your interest. What’s neat is you can create a channel for your friends and fans to follow.
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    TCGeeks

  • 5 Steps to Starting an Online Business

    Sachin
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:38 pm
    Starting any business is a difficult process, especially with so many administrative duties to fulfill before you can even sit down at 9am on your first official day of business and start building the client list. It goes without saying that it’s going to be tough, especially in the early days, but in the current […]
  • 5 Impressive Premium WordPress Themes For Your Ecommerce Website

    Sachin
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:34 pm
    Building an ecommerce website can be done easily by using WordPress platform. You just need to know how to pick the right theme for your WordPress blog, so that you can present your blog like any other reputable ecommerce website. If you want to build an eCommerce website with WordPress, here are 5 impressive premium […]
  • The Best iPad Screen Covers | Protect And Reduce Glare

    Shane
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:34 pm
    I have done many articles on iPad screen protectors, also called screen covers. But I really wanted to do a more comprehensive article and try to gather together a few so you can make the best choice as it’s important when you are about to spend your money one one. The Best iPad Screen Covers […]
  • Organizing Photos On The Apple iPad | Mac and PC

    Shane
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:34 pm
    Over the past few weeks I have received a lot of questions regarding the iPad and organizing Photos.  It seems that the documentation online tells you what you “can” do but not “how” you can do it.  And I also get a lot of requests from people saying that they don’t know how to organize […]
  • TCGeeks Weekly Feast | Week Of November 14th, 2010

    Shane
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:34 pm
    Well here it is the week before Thanksgiving and I have to make sure I am prepared for that one day I can eat however much I want and then do it again a few hours later after claiming I couldn’t eat “one more bite”.  Funny how that happens.  Well here is a feast of […]
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    PadGadget

  • Tim Cook Says Apple’s Not in the Business of Making Money from Consumer Data

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Apple CEO Tim Cook recently participated in an exclusive interview with PBS’ Charlie Rose. The first in a two-part interview had Cook speaking with Rose on such topics as iPhone sizes, competing companies, and new products. During the first half, which aired last Friday, Rose questioned Apple’s stance on consumer right to privacy. Cook made it very clear that Apple doesn’t want your data and you should question what others are doing with it. To prompt the discussion, Rose mentioned to Cook that consumers worry about their privacy. To paraphrase, Rose said, “A lot of people have said…
  • PayPal Slams Apple’s Security Over iCloud Celebrity Photo Hacking

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:47 am
    Well, we were wondering when it would happen. Apple’s recent connection with the theft of celebrity nude “selfies” via iCloud was sure to put the iPad maker in the hot seat at some point. PayPal appears to be the first to use the issue against Apple. Apparently, the online payment service feels a bit threatened by the potential of Apple Pay. Yesterday, PayPal ran a full-page advertisement in the business section of the New York Times with a quote that reads, “ We the people want our money safer than our selfies. PayPal protecting the people economy.” The ad indirectly refers to the…
  • iPhone 6 NFC Feature Restricted Exclusively to Apple Pay

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:45 am
    When Apple announced its upcoming Apple Pay feature, it quickly became clear that the service required a near-field communication (NFC) chip, which doesn’t exist in any currently existing iOS device. Sure enough, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will come equipped with NFC technology, something Apple has resisted for years. The Apple Watch will likely include the same chip since it is also compatible with Apple Pay. As it turns out, Apple isn’t exactly joining the NFC ranks. Users won’t be able to use the technology to send and receive social messages or get alerts when they enter a store.
  • PadGadget’s iPad Tips: How to Update to iOS 8

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 9:41 am
    This Wednesday, Apple will make iOS 8 available to the public for download. Thanks to a few technology tweaks a few years ago, Apple has made it possible for users to simply tap “Download” in order to update their devices to iOS 8. However, nothing ever goes as smoothly as that. Apple’s media event and the preorder launch of the iPhone 6 is evidence enough for that. We’ve got some tips for how to smoothly transition from iOS 7 to iOS 8 with as little problems as possible. We’ve also got some advice for what to do if you do end up having problems downloading the big update. Before…
  • The Apple Watch Will Make Your iPhone So Much Better

    Lory
    16 Sep 2014 | 8:41 am
    Apple’s upcoming wearable computing device is called the Apple Watch, but it is so much more than just a timepiece. It promises to bring a more intimate way to connect with people, an easier way for you to communicate, and interactivity with your iPhone unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. The Apple Watch requires an iPhone to function, but Apple has good reason for such shenanigans. It is because the Apple Watch is meant to compliment the iOS ecosystem and make mobile computing more convenient than we could have imagined. Messages In connection with your iPhone, Apple Watch will allow…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    iPad Creative

  • 'Ripley' by Laurent Canniccioni, a Procreate masterpiece

    iPad Creative
    1 Sep 2014 | 7:56 am
    Laurent has done a superb job of capturing the likeness of both Sigourney Weaver's character Ripley and the claustrophobic interior of the ship Nostromo. The original painting is a massive 4000 x 3000 pixels. That's 12MP! You really need to see the detail for yourself — pay particular attention to a post-it note on the far left monitor. I used a photo ref of Sigourney of course, but I improvised the environment as a kind of love letter to the Nostromo spaceship set design, which is in my opinion still one of the most realistic sci-fi environments ever created on film. - Laurent…
  • 'Castle of Illusion' is currently just $0.99!

    iPad Creative
    30 Aug 2014 | 2:42 pm
    A beautiful game, with tricky controls. If you enjoy challenging platformers, you'd be nuts to pass this one by! Perfect lazy Sunday afternoon entertainment.
  • Theme from Dying Young, demonstrating the iPad GarageBand thumb piano technique!

    iPad Creative
    30 Aug 2014 | 12:12 am
    "Trying to thumb my way through this piece with an iPad Mini. Turns out I can. Not smooth nor 100% accurate, but it's ok. Thumb arpeggios are tricky but it's like texting with music". Great iPad musicianship from Francis, just as we have come to expect.
  • 'Aug 19' by Andrey Malikh

    iPad Creative
    29 Aug 2014 | 4:32 am
    Showcasing his incredible talent once again, Andrey Malikh puts the iPad and Procreate to work in this atmospheric painting.
  • 'Summer Breeze' by Vincent Vermeulen

    iPad Creative
    28 Aug 2014 | 3:04 pm
    This new GarageBand groove from Vincent Vermeulen is a blissful reminder of the fantastic summer that we have enjoyed here in UK. Great work from Vincent, as always!
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    iOSnoops » Daily App Deals

  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – September 16, 2014

    Jerry Collins
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Looking for great apps at a fraction of their regular price? We’ve found 32 iPhone and iPad apps that are currently on sale. This app deal alert includes DocAS, djay 2, Buddyman: Kick, Psyx, Stock Quote Clock, ExhibitView Trial Notebook & Presenter, Running for Weight Loss Pro, Ancient Spirits: Columbus' Legacy and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be on sale anymore when you read this post. For real-time app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – September 16, 2014

    Damian Ragar
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:58 am
    Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We’ve selected 24 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes PicsStudio, CoSurf, Starry Night Interactive Animation, Photo Guard, Rain Sounds HQ, Dog Trap, filtergram, Meet You Plus, MiniatureCam, Numerics, City Essentials and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be free anymore when you read this post. For the latest app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our…
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – September 16, 2014

    Stefani Lain
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:56 am
    iOSnoops is constantly on the lookout for new apps, and here are 16 iPhone and iPad apps that were released recently. This new apps alert includes Amazing Thief, Nearwood, War of Ages and many others. For real-time app info, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our New Apps section, as hundreds of great apps were released over the last few days. All Apps iPhone Only iPad Only Top New Apps of the Day Amazing ThiefToday's PickGamesReleased: Sep 13, 2014Rating: Developer: KetchappOne day, I was woken up by the noise on the…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Best iPad Apps | iPad apps

  • iPad App Game: Freaks

    iPad Apps Rile
    24 Aug 2014 | 8:45 pm
    In this review we’re taking a look at a new iPad app that was just released on the iTunes app store.  This game app was released a few days ago by the developer Ran Elmaliach. The name of this game app is called FREAKS. Freaks is a physics puzzle game app (video demo below the fold). This game app is nicely illustrated and we think you’ll find it easy to navigate. The premise of the game is to release the princess who is trapped in the odd world of the freaks. You’re job is to break the freaks into pieces in order to save the princess.  This iPad game app is available…
  • New iPad/iPhone App: Photos to Photos Re-Launched Today

    jhelms
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:04 pm
    In this review we’re taking a look at a new iPad app. In fact today is a big day for the developer at Photos to Photos, Inc because they are re-launching their new app on the iTunes app store. The name of this new app is Photos to Photos and we’re excited to review the newest release of this app update. Photos to Photos is a game app that centers on social sharing of photo collation. The object of this app game is to upload your best photo in response to specific adjective in the prompt. We liked that you are able to compete against friends who also submit their best photo…
  • Spelling Super Star For iPad

    iPad Apps Rile
    15 Apr 2014 | 10:11 am
    We’ve discovered a cool and fun iPad app to help youngsters learn to spell better. This app was released on the App Store on February 11th by the developer Jason Sciss. This spelling app is called Spelling Super Star and is compatible with iOS 4.3 or later devices. Spelling Super Star has cracked the code on making learning to spell a fun exercise. We really liked the colorful graphics and easy to use interface. When you first tap and open the game you’ll be offered a choice of category and level of challenge that you want. For every 10 words that you spell correctly the timer…
  • iGOmii for iPad Available Now

    iPad Apps Rile
    19 Mar 2014 | 5:21 am
    In this review we’ll take a look at a brand new iPad App that was released on the iTunes App store on February 7, 2014. This stylish travel app lets you create interactive maps of your favorite that you visit. The developer is Igomii and they’ve developed a really cool and unique app that we think you’ll enjoy. The app is called iGOmii for iPad and it is packed full of a ton of great features. iGOmii for iPad comes with over 150 styles of map pins that are categorized to easily show your favourite places, museums, parks, places for kids, or any of the other major categories. This…
  • Apple iTunes is a Fortune 500 Gorilla

    admin
    12 Feb 2014 | 5:48 am
    In a recent analysis, Asymco has calculated that the iTunes store as a standalone company, would be in the Fortune 500 list of top U.S. companies at number 130. Apple revealed that the iTunes store had gross annual revenue year-over-year of $23.5B. This would put it between Alcoa and Eli Lilly in the Fortune 500 rankings. Growth was driven by increases in revenue from App sales reflecting continued growth in the installed base of iOS devices and the expansion in the number of third-party iOS Apps available. Net sales of digital content, including music, movies, TV shows and books, from…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    iPad Notebook

  • New Product  Watch

    Justin Kahn
    9 Sep 2014 | 11:01 am
      Just announced…More details to follow.  
  • Live Event About to Begin

    Justin Kahn
    9 Sep 2014 | 9:51 am
    Apple has begun streaming the live event which officially begins in about 10 minutes.
  •  Live Video To Begin in Hours

    Justin Kahn
    9 Sep 2014 | 5:14 am
    Apple’s home page directs you to its live feed page. That live feed page is devoted to letting the world know that a really important live event will be taking place in just hours. Will the wait will be worth it? You can watch the live streaming of the event in just a little while.
  • Together – How to Fix iCloud Issues

    Justin Kahn
    7 Sep 2014 | 6:06 am
    When Together first came out for iOS devices a few weeks ago, the promise of syncing between your Together library on your Mac via iCloud was a big incentive to get the app. Unfortunately, the syncing has not worked like expected and the App Store reviews have been not very good. Lately, there have been updates to both the Mac app and the iOS app to help resolve issues. If you are willing to give the App another try and can risk losing the initial libraries created, this method may reward your wait. The promise of your own Evernote like service can exist with Together. You can read more about…
  • Notes Plus 99¢ Sale Today

    Justin Kahn
    4 Sep 2014 | 10:56 pm
    If you have been sitting on the fence or considering getting a note taking app, do not hesitate to get Notes Plus while it’s on sale today for 99¢. The Developer describes the app as follows: If you have to take notes for many hours a day, if your time is more valuable than a few dollars saved on the App Store, and if responsive support is important to you, then you’ll need this high-quality note-taking app. Please read other user reviews to find out why it’s worth it. After more than 4 years of continuous development, 29 version upgrades, 3 complete overhauls, and 8 million…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Geeknaut » Apple iPad

  • Top 5 Most Exciting New iOS 8 Features – HomeKit, Multitasking and More

    Oliver Green
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:04 am
    iOS 8 has been in beta stage for a few months now, but with the Apple iPhone 5 planned for release today, we can finally see iOS 8 make it to full release. Whilst a lot of changes in iOS 8 are done behind the scenes and for the Apple development scene, there are a [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at Top 5 Most Exciting New iOS 8 Features – HomeKit, Multitasking and More for Geeknaut
  • No Sound on iPad – A Few Fixes to Sound Issues on Apple Tablets

    Oliver Green
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:26 am
    There may be a few fixes to the no sound on iPad bug, and fixing it for yourself will involve some trial and error. Whether it’s a software-side bug, or a setting that needs to be changed, this guide should help you to find out exactly what the cause of your lack of sound is [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at No Sound on iPad – A Few Fixes to Sound Issues on Apple Tablets for Geeknaut
  • Flappy Bird Developer Removes Game, Game Fame Increases

    Deidre Richardson
    11 Feb 2014 | 12:20 am
    Some developers long for popularity and fame from one mobile game. Many developers spend years working on what they hope is the “next big thing,” but few surpass the fame of Flappy Bird — which grosses $50,000 a day for the game creator. Apparently, we’ve arrived at a tale of someone who rises from rags [&hellipWritten by Deidre Richardson at Flappy Bird Developer Removes Game, Game Fame Increases for Geeknaut
  • Facebook Paper App Released in App Store

    Amy Wood
    4 Feb 2014 | 11:04 am
    Facebook has finally launched their very talked about new app in the App Store. The Facebook Paper app is the newest app launched by Facebook, Inc. and it is free to download. Facebook is hoping this new app is going to be a hit and bring a new experience to browsing your News Feed. The [&hellipWritten by Amy Wood at Facebook Paper App Released in App Store for Geeknaut
  • I Didn’t Save My SHSH Blobs; Can I Downgrade From iOS 6 to iOS 5?

    Deidre Richardson
    30 Jan 2014 | 5:55 am
    Q: I am currently on an iPhone 4 running iOS 6 and did not save my SHSH blobs; is there any way possible for me to downgrade from iOS 6 to iOS 5? A: Downgrading is the process by which an iOS user (specifically, a jailbreaker) can return to an earlier firmware regardless of whether [&hellipWritten by Deidre Richardson at I Didn’t Save My SHSH Blobs; Can I Downgrade From iOS 6 to iOS 5? for Geeknaut
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Tablet Cases News

  • Top 5 Wooden Cases for the iPad Air

    alex
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    Apple may have introduced the new iPhones and even the much-anticipated Watch during their last event, but the new iPad failed to make an appearance. Well, we now have to wait until October to learn if there are new Cupertino tablets hitting the market. In the meantime it’s a new season and a chance to dress up our iPad Airs in a thicker skin for autumn. Wood is a great material for case makers ensuring both durability and striking looks on top of great functionality. Let’s take a deeper look into the top 5 wooden cases for the iPad Air. 5. Primovisto Libreria Made from a combination of…
  • Kenzo Mixes Up Prints to Accommodate the iPads Inside a New Sleeve

    alex
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Kenzo’s Mixed Print – is a fabulous tablet case for men designed to carry and protect the iPads in style. The folio tablet case combines 3 of the most recognizable prints from the designer. There’s the iconic tiger and all-seeing eye on the outside and catchy pattern on the inside. Crafted from synthetic nylon, the case offers decent protection against both impacts and the elements. It comes with an all-round zipper lock, which keeps the case securely shut when not in use. There’s small slip pocket on the inside besides the main iPad compartment. Compatible with the iPad 2-4 and the…
  • i-Blason Knows How to Protect the iPad Air in Style – Beetle Defense

    alex
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:59 pm
    i-Blason introduced Beetle Defense – an iPad Air compatible rugged tablet case with simple, yet functional design. Made from a hybrid of polycarbonate hard shell and TPU inserts and bumpers, the case excels at shielding the tablet from bumps and bruises. The case comes with a built-in screen protector completing the all-round safety. The advanced snap-on design ensures extremely easy installation and removal. Ports enjoy their own personal covers to keep the dust and debris out, but all of them can be accessed within seconds whenever needed. About i-Blason: In 2010, i-Blason began as a…
  • The iPads Enjoy Classy Looks and Safety Inside FIXFLY 4 Colors

    alex
    15 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    FIXFLY have a simple, yet highly attractive folio tablet case on offer – 4 Colors. Handmade from rigid canvas fabric, flax and faux-leather combination the case delivers smart looks and decent impact protection for everyday situations. The cover features built-in magnets, which activate the auto sleep/wake functionality. It also helps with an integrated stand feature, which is made extra stable thanks to a small tab on the back. The case is available in four different colors and the iPad Mini, iPad 2-4, and iPad Air sizes. About FIXFLY Handcraft has always been a good career/hobby to…
  • New Design, Old Features and Popularity – Woodford Design FridgePad II

    alex
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Woodford Design, the guys that brought us an extremely popular tablet wall mount – FridgePad, have turned to Kickstarter again. This time the makers are looking to fund their new project – FridgePad II – a new take on the original mount with new features and compatibility, but with the same popular core and functionality. The case includes strong magnets, which allow it to be attached to any metal surface without additional hassle. It offers 360 degree rotation with orientation locks allowing users to select just the angle they need. The case is perfectly compatible with the Apple Smart…
 
Log in