Posts Tagged ‘iPad’
After watching this iOS split-screen multi-tasking concept by Sam Beckett, it is easy to see why Apple would be interested in adding it to the iPad in iOS 8. Unfortunately, we didn’t see this newly anticipated feature at WWDC last week. Does this mean
Do not disturb (DND) is one of those utilities that was a long time coming for iOS. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been woken up by my wife’s iPhone or my iPad chiming in the middle of the night with every spam email notification and late night text from those friends who forget
We discussed all sorts of different topics in the forums this week. If you haven’t stopped by yet, here’s what you missed–Favorite iPad apps. Will updating your iPhone to the latest firmware lose your jailbreak? Can you run Microsoft Office on your Mac? Is the Retina iPad mini worth the upgrade? Come join the discussion!
This week on the Mobile Roar Podcast we celebrate our 20th episode by discussing our recent iPad Air review, the 13″ iPad rumor, first impressions of the Nexus 5 and much more.
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.
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.
Looking for a good deal in the wake of Apple’s new iPad Air and Mini announcements? Here is a brief guide on what to watch for.
Apple has begun ‘dressing up’ the Yerba Buena Center for the Performing Arts with colorful banners for next week’s iPad event. On Tuesday, October 22nd Apple is expected to announce new iPad mini’s as well as a 5th generation iPad.
Technical difficulties could be the name of this week’s episode. However, we worked it out despite Windows 8, and Joe’s “blue screen of death” claiming another victim. Some of the highlights from this week’s podcast include the impending iPad announcement, the bizarre Samsung Galaxy Round, dual-booting HTC devices, iPhones, and …
A lot has been said about iOS 7, but what has been said of it’s polarizing effect amongst the mobile computing community?