With the iPhones finally days away from being launched on China Mobile, it is expected that Apple might be able to get its iPads as well on the world’s largest mobile carrier.
A new and intriguing nugget of information on the oft-rumored but not yet confirmed 12.9-inch iPad Pro (aka Maxi) has surfaced in China, where anonymous “inside” sources suggest the display resolution may go all the way up to 4K.
Apple’s iPad Air has been mocked by both Nokia and Microsoft recently with comparative ads and now Amazon joins the chain-yanking campaign with a commercial of its own pitting the iOS-based 9.7-incher against the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9.
Apple didn’t even get a chance to apply cold water to the area Nokia burned in the latest Lumia 2520 vs. iPad Air commercial, yet a trio of fresh ads taking multiple stabs at the newest Cupertino-made slate is already up on YouTube.
Rumors now peg the launch of Apple’s 12.9 inch iPad in second half of 2014 as opposed to early next year.
Nokia has made a habit of advertising its products at the expense of the competition and the latest Lumia 2520 commercial follows the tradition, pitting the 10-inch tab/mini-laptop hybrid against the less productive Apple iPad Air.
Apple has finally launched the official Apple Store for iPad app, allowing users to easily shop from their tablets.
A usually reliable Korean publication is the latest source to peg early next year as the ETA for Apple’s jumbo-sized iPad, claiming to have received inside information on a production start for 12.9-inch Retina displays.
Latest figures indicate that Apple’s iPad was overtaken in revenues by Android tablets this quarter.
Recently it has been rumored quite a few times that Apple may be working on a larger iPad, one is believed to be undergoing testing at Foxconn reportedly.
iOS 7.0.4 is now available for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, bringing a number of fixes and improvements.
Last week it was reported that an iPad Air had exploded at a Vodafone store down in Australia, contrary to popular belief, it wasn’t Apple’s new tablet.
After getting the teardown treatment a few days ago, Apple’s hottest, slimmest, coolest and possibly most popular large iPad ever, the one dubbed Air, has been evaluated by research firm IHS at its true value.
You didn’t really think Apple was going to let Samsung “get away” with the latest Galaxy Note 12.2-centric rumor avalanche, did you? Not when the alleged “iPad Maxi” has gone hand in hand with the largest ever GNote for many months now.
More bad news for Apple following the whole YouTube video “borrowing” without author consent debacle? It sure seems like it, as the inventor of both the Apple I and Apple II computers has confessed the freshly unveiled iPads failed to impress him.
We all knew this was coming. And not a moment too soon, it has. The ink is barely dry on Apple’s press releases announcing the new iPad Air and iPad mini 2 and Cupertino’s rivals have already come out swinging to defend their own tablet bids.
Apple has sent out press invites for an event on October 22nd. The tagline “We still have a lot to cover” suggests we’ll see more than just new iPads get announced.
Gold could be Apple’s favorite color going forward, as pictures leaked by Chinese website Weibo show off a iPad mini 2 in gold, with what looks like a fingerprint sensor-enabled home button.
A report from DigiTimes hints at the possibility of Apple’s upcoming full-sized and mini iPads featuring a fingerprint sensor embedded into their home buttons, similar to the iPhone 5s.
The first version of iOS 7 is yet to be released to end-users, but Apple seems to be in the process of testing iterative updates to the latest version of its operating system already.