Accessory maker Speck has introduced new cases for iPad 8th gen and iPad AIr 4th gen, including a print case with fade-resistant print designs.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss how Apple made choosing an iPad more difficult, and Bryan’s new Watch!
Incipio Group brands Incipio and Survivor recently launched iPad Air 4 cases and iPad 8 cases, with some ready to purchase now.
Apple released its newest operating systems on Wednesday, including iPadOS 14. Here are some of the new features you’ll see.
Adobe Illustrator on iPad is available to preorder and is expected to be released October 21. Previewed at Adobe MAX last year, Adobe Illustrator has been reimagined for the unique capabilities of the iPad and the Apple Pencil. Graphic designers, illustrators, and anyone looking to create beautiful designs can now create from anywhere with the desktop or the iPad in an all-new delightful experience.
John Martellaro & Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to chat iPads, Fitness+, and Family Setup. John also has a bone to pick with Spotify.
At the Apple event on Tuesday we got some new iPads. The iPad 8th-gen comes with the A12 chip, and the iPad Air that looks like an iPad Pro.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s “Time Flies” event announcement and what could be unveiled.
Apple shared the story of Jodie Deinhammer, an Apple Distinguished Educator and how she uses iPads in teaching to get students closer to nature.
BookBook Cover is a new product from Twelve South that combines its genuine leather case with a keyboard for iPads. BookBook looks like a vintage book. But the big story is the level of protection it delivers. Inside, soft micro-suede protects the iPad surface. Outside, hardback book covers with reinforced corners and a crush-proof spine protect iPad from drops, dings and other hazards. Dual-zippers let you charge iPad while keeping the case closed. As a bonus, BookBook disguises your iPad, keeping it hidden from from itchy fingers even when it’s in plain sight. You can pick one up for US$69.99.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss what we know (and wish) about Apple’s impending hardware releases.
The iPad continues to dominate tablet shipments and helped drive growth in the overall tablet market during the last quarter.
There are now various different versions of the iPad, each coming in different sizes, colors and with different storage capacities.
Andrew has a special iPad move called the Five Finger Death Pinch. It’s an advanced gesture and should only be used by trained professionals.
Charlotte Henry and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Charlotte’s iOS app moving video, and yesterday’s Twitter hack.
The iPhone is so well-made, stable and reliable that it almost seems like it doesn’t need to be backed up. But you should, and here’s how to do it.
John Martellaro joins Bryan Chaffin to discuss Apple’s recent roll when it comes to launching new products. They also talk about Apple TV+ and the other streaming video services, which are seeing a bit of a book thanks for shelter-in-place orders—including what it means for the future.
We have a deal on WALTR 2, which lets you manage the content on your iPhone or iPad from your Mac or Windows PC without iTunes. It will handle some file conversions, too. Check out the promo video below. You can get WALTR 2 for Mac for $19 through us. There’s a deal on the Windows version on the page, too.