The guys at Anandtech has reported that Apple has quietly upgraded the Apple iPad 2 that will result in positive benefits as far battery life is concerned. The new iPad version, referred to as iPad 2,4 (which takes into account the three other versions of Apple’s best-selling tablet) has junked the 45 nanometer, dual core […]
Do you consider yourself a diehard Apple fanboy or fangirl? If so, these 12 high quality wallpapers are for you. They’re retina-screen ready for “the new iPad,” aka iPad 3, and each one is guaranteed to show the world just how much you love Apple.
After numerous user comments about the third-generation iPad running hotter than its predecessors, Consumer Reports ran its own tests and found that the device is capable of reaching temperatures upwards of 116 degrees Fahrenheit (about 46.6 degrees Celsius).
So you’ve got your brand new, name-challenged, third-generation iPad with its shmancy retina display. The only way you’re really going to appreciate it is with some apps that take full advantage of it. Here are 20 retina-ready apps that every iPad 3 owner should have.
The wait is almost over. The third-generation iPad is upon us. Apple’s online store has sold out for those hoping to get theirs on release day — March 16th. But you can still get an iPad 3 if you know where to look…
If you weren’t one of the lucky few who were able to connect to Apple’s online store last Wednesday and order your iPad 3, you may not be able to get one for a while. Demand for the new iPad is so high, delivery dates in some places have been delayed by weeks.
Tweetbot‘s been getting a lot of love from critics and attention from the App Store, lately. I took the iPad version for a spin to see if it lives up to the hype.
Touting the rise of the “post-PC world,” Apple today defied all expectations by unveiling not iPad 3 or iPad HD, but simply, “the new iPad.”
The third-generation iPad is upon us. Here’s a comprehensive list of direct links to blogs and online news outlets that are attending Apple’s big event and providing minute-by-minute updates.
You may have heard of a cloud-based gaming service, called OnLive, that was rumored to come to iPad at some point, but never materialized past Apple’s approval process. The same service is available on Android devices, however, and offers users the ability to play console games with a Wi-Fi connection. Apple has, on the other […]