Next time Maverick, Goose and Ice Man enter the Danger Zone, they’ll be flying about 40 pounds lighter, thanks to the U.S. Air Force’s recent decision to replace bulky flight bags with iPads… a move which could save the government $ 50 million in the next ten years.
With more and more commercial airlines ditching flight bags for iPads, the Air Force is following suit, purchasing up to 18,000 iPads for [Read More...]
The iPad is one of the most magical devices ever created. It can store billions of books, photos, songs, and movies. It can entertain you with games, and help you boost yourÂ productivityÂ with thousands of apps. It also doubles as a great head replacement.
Last week we put out the call to see what it would look like if Cult of Mac’s readers replaced their heads with iPads. TheÂ resultsÂ were absolutely incredible. Some of you guys went [Read More...]
The Amplifiear from BiteMyApple is a nifty little accessory that clips onto the corner of your iPad and boosts its sound output. It’s specifically moulded to amplify and direct the sound from your iPad’s speaker, and it promises to increase its volume by up to 10 decibels.
Amplifiear by BiteMyApple Category: Accessories Works With: iPads 1-4 Price: $ 24.99
While the iPad’s speaker might not need amplifying in [Read More...]
Looking for a Retina iPad? Here’s a killer deal: Best Buy is having a clearance of up to 30% off third-gen iPads, meaning you can now buy a 16GB Retina iPad for less money than it costs to buy the entry-level iPad mini.
Right now, you can buy:
• 16GB iPad WiFi + Cellular for $ 405.99 (was $ 579.99) • 32GB iPad WiFi + Cellular [Read More...]
Beam me up, Scotty.
QuikIO has been a great solution for getting your files from your Mac to your iOS device for a while now, with AppleTV support added this past January.
Today, however, the app has added yet another great feature: the ability to send your files from iPhone to iPhone with the new QuikBeam feature, letting you send photo, video, and other files between iPhones at higher [Read More...]
Even though the iPad mini and iPad 4 have been on the market for over 5 months, Apple hasn’t offered any refurbished models until now.
The Online Apple Store just added refurbished iPad Minis and 4th-gen iPads to its catalog, so if you’ve been waiting to get a better deal, this is your chance.
Right now there’s a pretty limited selection of both 4th-gen iPads and iPad minis. In fact, all [Read More...]
Ferrari announced it’s newest super car today, the hybrid model ‘LaFerrari,’ along with plans to deepen its partnership with Apple.
The newest Ferrari comes equipped with iPad minis on the passenger seats, but Ferrari says that it is in talks with Apple about bringing more in-car entertainment to their supercars.
Along with the iPad minis in the rear passenger seats, the LaFerrari is seamlessly integrated with Apple technologies. Direct access to [Read More...]
We’ve heard very little about the next-gen iPhone 5S, other than that the device is expected to feature a better camera. Some have speculated that the successor to the iPhone 5 will also come in more than two colors and maybe even have a fingerprint sensor. An iPhone 5S would assumedly ship sometime around the fall if Apple sticks to its track record.
Even less has been revealed [Read More...]
Apple has posted two new iPad ads to its official YouTube channel that highlight the device’s expansive app catalog. Called “Alive” and “Together,” the videos use the iPad and the iPad mini to showcase some of the 300,000 apps available through the App Store, including iBooks, GarageBand, iPhoto, FaceTime, TED, and more.
You can watch Alive and Together below.
Apple’s last iPad ads came back in December, when the company posted “I’ll [Read More...]
Amazon prides itself on offering affordable Android tablets, and so it likes to point that out whenever it gets the opportunity to do so. Usually this means taking a swipe at more expensive devices, and it’s Apple’s iPad that’s on the receiving end again in the company’s new commercial.
Focusing on the high-resolution displays in both devices, Amazon suggests that “you may not be able to tell theÂ difference”Â between them… until you look [Read More...]