Former President George W. Bush’s painting obsession first began with sketches on his iPad using the popular app Penultimate. (more…)
iOS owners continue to upgrade to iOS 7 at an incredible pace, with the operating system now installed on 87 percent of iOS devices, according to Apple’s App Store developer support tool. (more…)
Microsoft finally revealed Office for iPad during a press briefing in San Francisco today as part of their goal of empowering people to be productive across all devices. The product has reportedly been years in the making but according to Microsoft, there’s good reason for that. (more…)
In Case You Missed It
There is always so much going on in the world of technology and Apple, that sometimes things fall between the cracks.
Here are a few stories I’d like to toss in your direction.
New or old, just in case you missed them. (more…)
In a surprising move Apple left the iPad 2 on the market when they launched the iPad Air in the autumn, despite it lacking Retina display and Lightning connector. A few months later they have corrected this error and have decided to replace the low-end full size iPad (currently the iPad 2) with the very capable iPad 4th generation. The only hindrance is that it is only available in 16GB capacities, but, for schools and companies who this is really aimed at, this shouldn’t be too much of an issue.
The 4th generation iPad comes with a 2048 x 1536 resolution Retina display, a faster dual-core A6X processor, 1GB of RAM, 5-mp camera, 1.2-mp front-facing camera and Lightning port. Replacing the iPad 2 with the iPad 4 puts the nail in the coffin of not only the iPad 2, but also the 30-pin dock connector (as Apple has begun replacing the iPhone 4S with an 8 GB iPhone 5c model), and has made the iPad mini (1st gen) the only iPad or iPhone without a Retina display.