Tag Archive: iPad


When Apple first released iOS 8 to the general public, more than a few people with older devices such as the iPhone 4S, iPad 2, and iPad mini noticed that it slowed their devices down to a crawl. When Apple… Read more ›

Sex Pistols frontman blew $15,600 on iPad games

Is there anything more punk rock than racking up loads of money on in-app purchases for iPad games? If your answer is a resounding “yes, of course there is” then prepare to argue with former Sex Pistols John “Johnny Rotten” Lydon.… Read more ›

Nokia’s decision to sell its smartphone business to Microsoft and leave Windows Phone behind was an excellent choice, it seems. The Finnish firm today announced its first piece of hardware following the sale, and it’s a stunning iPad mini clone… Read more ›

Apple has released iOS 8.1.1 to the general public today after weeks of beta testing the update for its mobile. The update is the first software release since iOS 8.1 last month, and brings some minor tweaks to the Health… Read more ›

If you’re looking to get a new iPad for as little cash as possible, here’s an intriguing offer: from tomorrow Sprint is letting customers lease an iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 for as little as $ 17 per month.… Read more ›

Sony announced its plans to replace your cable box today with its new Playstation Vue cloud-based TV service, that offers live access to 75 of cable’s best channels, without a monthly contract. And it’s coming to iPad too. The invite-only TV… Read more ›

When it comes to photo-editing apps on the iPhone, VSCO Cam has pretty much been the gold standard for the last few years, but to make the experience even better, the company announced today that it’s finally coming to the… Read more ›

Of the many podcasting apps available for iOS, Overcast on iOS is one of our favorites. Programmed by Instapaper and The Magazine founder Marco Arment, it’s a slick podcasting app with some unique tricks up its sleeves, like smart speed,… Read more ›

Apple’s gigantic 12.9-inch ‘iPad Pro’ could be facing serious production issues, according to top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who believes the tablet won’t enter mass production until the second quarter of 2015. In a note to investors this afternoon, the… Read more ›