Once again an Apple-is-doomed story turns out to be more media malpractice than factual account. This time the non-story in question supposedly concerned shrinking demand for the iPad mini. At least that's how Bloomberg made it look: A decline in revenue from the iPad Mini “is more on demand, while price has been stable,” Pegatron Chief Executive Officer Jason Cheng said.
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As a college math instructor, I am a huge advocate for technology use in the classroom and regularly use my iPhone and iPad to enhance the learning experience for my students. Between using apps on the classroom projector, enabling Guided Access for student devices during exams, and preparing content at home, my iPhone and iPad are essential tools for me as a teacher. Email As an adjunct (part-time) instructor, I am not required to hold office hours, nor do I have a space to do so if I wanted.
Write for Dropbox is a pretty fantastic text editor for the iPhone. When we first reviewed it, we loved the UI, the gesture control, the vast sharing options and fast syncing. What we weren't so fond of was the lack of iPad support, as an app as good as Write is crying out to be used on the iPad.
Now that the HTC One smartphone has arrived on multiple carriers and is readily available for users to check out, we’re left wondering when HTC will get back into the tablet game. Last year they swore off Android tablets for the meantime, but today rumors are floating around about an HTC tablet with Windows RT. I’ll pass on that, but what we’d really like to see is the HTC One Tablet.
Square Register for iPhone and iPad has just received an update that adds new features to both iPhone and iPad. For the iPhone, you can finally view your item libraries which means no more having to key in manual amounts.
On Tuesday Apple reported a pretty solid set of financial results for Q2 fiscal 2013 . Revenue was $43.6 billion, which is up 11% year over year. But it’s also fair to point out that earnings were down year over year
Couch Music Player for iPad is not only a lot more visually appealing than the default music player, it functions like a music player should on the iPad by taking advantage of the screen real estate in more functional ways. Outside of just being a replacement music player, it's got support for AirPlay and up next playlists built right in. I've never been a huge fan of the default Music app on the iPad.
Status Board is a way to keep track of all the stuff you care about, delightfully rendered and presented on your iPad. That it comes from the obscenely talented team at Panic is no surprise. Based on a custom big screen status board they whipped for their office, the production version of Status Board offers a lot of the same charm, and in an easy to customize package