Apple Fixes Location Security Concerns

Apple Fixes Location Security Concerns
iOS 4.3.3 is out, and if you’ve been all hot and bothered about this location-tracking business, you’ll want to download it via iTunes right away. Here’s what it does: Read more…

10 Essential Free iPad Apps for Newbies

10 Essential Free iPad Apps for Newbies
So you’ve just purchased your iPad (or iPad 2). Now what? Here are the absolutely crucial iPad apps that must be on your device. These are the apps that other iPad owners will make fun of you for not having. And they’re all free. Read more…

The Problem Of The Free Roaming Verizon iPads

Verizon iPad owners are experiencing a strange problem that has yet to crop up on the 3G version of the device: perpetual data roaming. Puzzled iPad owners have turned to Apple and Verizon for a fix but the problem may not be so easily cured. The roaming issue may be related to the Preferred Roaming Read more…

GarageBand for iPad

GarageBand for iPad
Apple has just released an iPad version of the popular music software Garageband. At first glance, it looks just like its desktop counterpart but it’s actually much easier to control and has a few added bonuses. In my humble opinion, it’s a great app to own whether you are a musician or an average iPad Read more…

The iPad 2 Takes On Consoles

The iPad 2 Takes On Consoles
During the iPad 2‘s debut, Apple took every opportunity to promote its powerful graphics engine and 1080p output capability. Developers are updating their Apps to take advantage of the iPad’s faster hardware and already we’re seeing Apps that put the tablet in console gaming territory. Real Racing 2 HD is one of the latest Apps Read more…

The iPad For Creatives: Which Stylus Should I Use?

The iPad For Creatives: Which Stylus Should I Use?
The iPad has evolved from a content consumption to a content creation device thanks to the robust amount of Apps available for creative users. Amazing works of art have been created with the iPad but many professionals question the usefulness of the device. While it won’t make you a Picasso or turn you in to Read more…

How Much Stronger Is The iPad 2’s Glass? A Lot More Than The First iPad’s

How Much Stronger Is The iPad 2's Glass? A Lot More Than The First iPad's
The iPad 2 is thinner and lighter than its predecessor but is it more durable? Some have questioned the quality of Aluminum used in the newest iPad but one thing is for sure: the iPad 2’s glass is a lot more durable and can withstand an absurd amount of bending. If you’re asking why anyone Read more…

The Future Of iOS: AirPlay Everywhere

Apple may have big plans for AirPlay this year: making it available everywhere. According to a Bloomberg report, Apple may be licensing AirPlay to third parties. Right now device makers pay $4 per audio device for AirPlay support. That could change when Apple licenses AirPlay on a much larger scale. It seems like a natural Read more…

Why Web Apps Aren’t Fast In iOS 4.3: Security

Why Web Apps Aren't Fast In iOS 4.3: Security
One of the most anticipated features in iOS 4.3 is Safari’s new Nitro JavaScript engine which gives web Apps massive performance gains. However, some criticized Apple for delegating which Apps can access the faster engine and are blaming the decision on a marketing ploy to drive App Store sales. This couldn’t be farther from the Read more…

The 5 Best Lego Apple Creations

The 5 Best Lego Apple Creations
At Apple Gazette we have a soft spot for everything Apple and Legos. If you combine the two you’ll get one very happy team of Bloggers. Continuing our fascination of Lego-ified iProducts is the 5 best Lego Apple creations. 1. A Working Lego Mac Perhaps one of the best Lego creations on this list is Read more…