Lynktec Takes its Apex Fusion Electronic Stylus to the Next Level

5:25 PM, Jun. 16th, 2016 · · iPad

Lynktec Apex Fusion review

Lynktec has continued to evolve the Apex line of electronic styluses. In late May, the company released a sleek, new version called the Apex Fusion. It's slimmer, better looking, and is available in black, silver, gold and rose gold. It's drop-dead gorgeous and features a fine point for accurate drawing and a rechargeable battery. John takes a close look and reports.

Apple Will Support RAW Photo Files in iOS 10 (for Professionals)

8:13 PM, Jun. 14th, 2016 · · iPad

RAW

Apple is taking a significant step towards making iPhone a(n even more) serious camera for professionals in iOS 10 by adding support for RAW photo files. The information was included in a slide during Monday's World Wide Developer Conference keynote, and TechCrunch reported details from a WWDC session confirming RAW support in iOS 10.

Does Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch Support iOS 10?

10:05 AM, Jun. 14th, 2016 · · iPad

Apple is dropping some devices for iOS 10 compatibility

Apple loaded up the feature list for iOS 10 during Monday's Worldwide Developer Conference keynote. Despite all the cool new stuff we'll be able to do with our iPhone and iPads, the list of compatible devices is still surprisingly long. If you aren't sure if your iOS gear can handle the new version, The Mac Observer has you covered with our definitive list of compatible devices.

OS X and iOS: Private Browsing, Quickly

8:55 AM, Jun. 14th, 2016 · · iPad

Today's Quick Tip is about fast ways you can start a new private browsing session on either your Mac or your iOS device. So if you need your web searches and history to be secret, you can make that happen, as quick as a wink!

iOS 10 Lets you Delete Bundled Apps You Don’t Want

6:45 PM, Jun. 13th, 2016 · · iPad

When iOS 10 ships my exiled apps folder will be nearly empty

My iPhone has a folder called Rura Penthe where all the built in apps I never use are exiled. When iOS 10 ships that's going to be a very lonely place because we'll finally be able to delete those pre-installed apps we never use, like Stocks, News, and Tips.

OtterBox Hybrid Case For iPad Pro 12.9: Folio & Drop Protection With a Slender Design

7:00 PM, Jun. 9th, 2016 · · iPad

Review: OtterBox Hybrid Case For iPad Pro 12.9

The Apple iPad Pro 12.9 is a large piece of iPad hardware, larger than we've been accustomed to. A good case for it has to meet many expectations. It has to protect, yet be light and slender. It has to accomodate all the iPad Pro technology, including the Apple Pencil. It has to be versatile and look great. The OtterBox Symmetry Series Hybrid for iPad Pro 12.9-inch does all that and more. Read on to find out why John loves his iPad Pro 12.9 even more now.

Apple Stays Hands Off with Female Orgasm Simulator App

6:17 PM, Jun. 6th, 2016 · · iPad

Le Petit Mort: It's all about technique, but not on the App Store

It's no secret Apple takes a hands off approach when it comes to apps that run afoul of its prudish App Store guidelines. That's something the makers of La Petite Mort learned when their game was bumped from the App Store for crossing over the "excessively objectionable or crude" restriction. The rejection isn't surprising considering the sexual nature of the app, and to be fair, Apple's screeners probably don't want to rock the boat and risk being the person that let a sexual app slip through. Oh, wait. The App Store is loaded with sex-related apps.

Hand Stylus with Retractable and Replaceable Tip: $14.95

5:31 PM, Jun. 3rd, 2016 · · iPad

Hand Stylus with case

We have a deal for you today on Hand Stylus, a stylus for iPad, iPhone, and other touchscreen devices. It features a tip you can retract and replace. That tip is also slim, at 4mm, and the barrel is made of etched aluminum for grip. You can get this device through our deal for $14.95. 

It’s Safe to Download iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro (9.7-inch) Now

11:06 PM, Jun. 2nd, 2016 · · iPad

Error Screens from iOS 9.3.2 on iPad Pro (9.7-inch)

Apple re-released iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro (9.7-inch) Thursday—the company pulled the release for those devices after some users reported their devices had been bricked. The company posted a KnowledgeBase article with several sets of instructions and the following images for those encountering errors, and Bryan Chaffin walks us through it.