How to Print From iPad or iPhone

One of the more forgotten features of the iPad and iPhone is the ability to print documents, photos, maps, and other items directly from the device. Apple first added this functionality with the introduction of a protocol called AirPrint back when it released iOS 4.2.1 in November of 2010. Since then, the ability to print from our […]

Isn’t it Time We Forgave Apple for Apple Maps?

Back in 2012, Apple famously dumped Google Maps in favor of its own in-house mapping solution, introducing Apple Maps to iOS users for the first time. The new Maps app delivered a host of cool new features, including turn-by-turn navigation and 3D flyovers of popular cities and landmarks. But in a move that was very uncharacteristic […]

Is it Game Over for the iPad?

Earlier this week, analysts from International Data Corporation – also known as IDC – announced some surprising sales figures for the iPad, and the tablet market in general. The company, which specializes in market research and analysis of consumer technology, reported that for the first time ever sales of Apple’s tablet are expected to decline when compared […]

Black Friday Apple Sales Bring Serious Savings for the Holidays

We are now just one week a way from Black Friday, the annual post-Thanksgiving Day shopping extravaganza that officially kicks off the holiday frenzy. As usual, there are some amazing deals to be had on Apple products, including iPads, Macs, iPhones, and related accessories. At this point, most of the major retail outlets have let slip […]

How to Install Custom Keyboards in iOS 8

When it was released back in September, iOS 8 brought a slew of new tools and features to the iPhone and iPad, not the least of which is the ability for users to install their own custom, third-party keyboards. Since then, there have been a number of fun, and useful, keyboards released on the app […]