When assembled journalists spotted Russian officials toting new Samsung tablets into a cabinet meeting, they could not help but ask why they had switched over from the iPads they were accustomed to using.
Apple continues their Your Verse campaign with a look at how the iPad has impacted the diagnosis and study of concussions, a topic of controversy as of late thanks to an ongoing debate largely focused on professional football.
As the search for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 enters its third week, March Madness sweeps the nation, and the first day of spring breaks, here’s what you might have missed this week on iSource.
A multitude of third-party stylus accessories are available for the iPad — many of them are quite good — but Apple has never attempted to introduce an official model for use with the tablet. Could one be in their future plans?
The long-running iPad 2 is taking its curtain call. Apple has quietly retired the device, which launched in 2011, resurrecting another iPad model in the process. The fourth-generation iPad will take up its mantle at the $399 price point for a 16GB model.
Is the iPad’s reign as king of the tablets finally coming to an end, or is there more to the story? Gartner has released its yearly tablet sales figures.
Apple’s latest “Your Verse” spot takes the iPad to new heights — quite literally. Apple’s tablet mini site has a new feature highlighting how mountaineers Adrian Ballinger and Emily Harrington rely on the iPad to summit some of the world’s tallest peaks.
As Apple’s plans for 2014 start to take shape, rumors have been all over the map about potential smartphone and tablet lineups. At least one analyst thinks the company will scale back on tablets in the new year and push the launch of additional iPad variants to 2015.
The second-generation iPad, first introduced in 2011, may be on the chopping block, according to a new report, and will see its production phased out by Apple during the first half of this year.
So you’ve captured some great video using your iPhone, but that little display just isn’t providing you with the sort of screen real estate that would do justice for editing together a final movie. No worries, you have an iPad. But wait, how do you get them from one to the other?
As part of President Obama’s ConnectED initiative, which pledges to connect 99 percent of schools and students to high-speed broadband internet and wireless technologies, the Associated Press reports Apple will contribute $100 million in iPads, computers, and other hardware.