iPads were a popular purchase on Black Friday this year, and especially so for Android smartphone owners. About 40 percent of last Friday's online iPad purchases were attributed to the Android smartphone camp, which doesn't bode well for Google's mobile operating system or the companies that make rely on it for their products.
Geofencing is a very functional feature that lets us define virtual perimeters so that we can be notified in various ways as we cross those perimeters. Using the Reminders app in iOS, Sandro Cuccia shows you how to fine-tune the geofence perimeter on your iPhone and iPad.
As retailers gird their corporate loins for Black Friday, Apple's iPad product line is shaping up to be the headliner product to attract shoppers at many chains. Target, Best Buy, and Walmart are all pricing the devices aggressively, including some deals that include a free gift card. Bryan Chaffin rounds up deals and prices.
Got a Retina Display iPad or iPad mini? Then you'll want these free ebooks Vern Seward is featuring in this week's Free on iTunes. Hubble Space Telescope: Discoveries, Guinness World Records: Awesome Animals, and Baby Animals. Check it out.
Dropbox rolled out version 3 of the iPhone and iPad app for its cloud-based file storage service on Friday. The new version added support for AirDrop file transfers, and got a facelift with an iOS 7 interface.
Apple has finally released an iPad-native version of its Apple Store app that offers the same features found in the iPhone and iPod touch version. Like the recent update for the iPhone version, the new iPad app sports a distinct iOS 7 look, and it includes a Now Trending section showing what's currently popular.
Apple released Find My Friends 3.0 on Tuesday, an update that flattens the app in keeping with the design aesthetics of iOS 7. The patch notes don't specify any other changes, saying simply, "Find My Friends has been updated with an all new design for iOS 7."
Apple is getting ready to grow its iPad family again, this time with a bigger 12.9-inch display model set to launch some time in the spring. Like so many other rumors, this one comes from an unnamed source in Apple's parts supply chain
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Just because a parts supplier says Apple is making a new product doesn't mean that's what's really happening. If that were the case, we'd have several different iPhone and iPad models by now, plus the Apple television
An appeals court has ordered Judge Lucy Koh to reconsider her decision not to award Apple with an import ban on Samsung devices that were found to infringe on Apple patents. The Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handed down a unanimous ruling that instructed Judge Koh to reconsider Apple's claim that Samsung's infringement was causing irreparable harm to the iPhone and iPad maker.
Think of the TwoHands II as a large pair of hands that hold your iPad in place while you read, work, or view videos. It's easy to use and comes in six colors.
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