Posts Tagged ‘ipad mini’
Apple has notoriously supported their older iPhones and iPad’s for years after they are introduced. Their ability to offer free upgrades for all these devices at the same time year after year has always been one of their more attractive “features.” It has always been in their best interest to keep everyone on their newest software versions
New Trent’s Airbender case is magical! This uniquely designed case turns an iPad Mini into a functioning look and feel of a laptop. Read how!
The iPad mini with Retina display is now available for purchase on the Apple online store.
Chalk this one up to, well, weird timing to say the least. We are left scratching our head as to why Apple would launch/make available the iPad mini with retina display tomorrow without as much as a press release, public comment or announcement.
In addition to new iTunes software, the recent release of the iPad mini with retina display and the iPad Air ruled the conversations this week. Check out what we had to say, and chime in with your own observations and comments.
Despite the iPad Mini’s portability, battery life, and great looks, I decided to make the move to the iPad Air. Here’s a look at my early experience.
Were you happy with what Apple introduced at the iPad event last week? Do you wish your iPhone had a larger storage capacity, or are you looking for a reliable application to read your Microsoft documents? Wish there was a viable solution to iTunes that did’y coat an arm and a leg? These topics and many more were talked about in the iSource forums this week. Come join in on the discussion!
As if new iPads, MacBook Pros, MacPros, Mavericks and iWork updates weren’t enough, this week in mobile also showcased new Lumias, the return of BBM, insane tablet plans from T-Mobile and the 136th leak of Nexus 5 pics. Check out what else went down this week on the Mobile Roar Podcast.
Apple just announced two new iPads. Contradicting some rumors, these new models do not sport Apple’s new Touch I.D. fingerprint scanner. What gives?
Apple has had an evolutionary year. A year where they have realigned all of their technologies and marketing and are preparing for the competitive landscape ahead.
As sure as there will be Apple keynotes and product announcement, there will also be posts about what we didn’t get. They’re like PB&J. They just go together.