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Tomorrow see’s the release of Apple’s latest tablet — the iPad Air. (Almost) following in the footsteps of the iPhone 5S, it will be available in two colors: Space Gray and Silver. Whether you’re buying an iPad Air or …
Apple decided to give us a little glimpse into early sales of the iPad Mini and the fourth generation iPad, both of which went on sale last Friday, and so far the the results have been pretty good. The company said that it sold three million iPads,
The big announcement today is the iPad Mini, a smaller version of Apple’s popular iPad. The tablet, designed directly to compete with Amazon’s Kindle products and Google Nexus 7, will feature a 1,024 x 768 screen resolution (the same screen resolution as the iPad 2).
Ever since the new iPad was released back in March, there have been countless rumors surrounding a possible “iPad Mini”. Slowly though, these rumors have started to materialized, and now it’s reported that the iPad Mini could be a reality pretty soon
When it comes to iPad keyboard accessories, they typically come in two flavors: folio case or simple add-on external keyboard. The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover is a little bit of both, with a magnetized hardshell aluminum screen protector that houses a built-in keyboard.
There have been a ton of rumors and supposed “source leaks” regarding the iPad Mini. And up until now, few of them have had any sense behind them. Well, this time round, The Wall Street Journal says it has confirmed with its own sources that Apple is indeed working on a smaller version of the iPad that will offer a screen size under 8-inches.
On Friday we saw the release of Absinthe’s Jailbreak for Apple iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches and TVs running iOS 5.1.1 around the world. The Jailbreak was always going to be big though – I mean, the first untethered iOS 5.1.1 Jailbreak!
Apple’s “iCloud Re-vamp” will be coming up soon, and it’s set to bring a few extra goodies to the service, such as a social feature, a rumored iOS-style notifications, Notes and Reminders.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Cupertino-based company is looking to introduce a new feature that will allow people to share and comment on a set of iCloud photos. At the moment, users are limited to Photo Stream, a service which merely syncs a user’s iPhone photos to the cloud for up to 30 days; from there