At a media event today, Apple updated its iPad product lineup with the new fifth-generation iPad, called the iPad Air, and the second-generation iPad mini with Retina display. It also announced a price cut to the original iPad mini, with the device now starting at $299.
You might be able to use your iPhone, iPad, other electronic devices during takeoff and landing starting 2014
TheÂ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) prohibits the use of iPhones, iPads, Kindles and other electronic devices during flight takeoff and landing citing the possibility of electronic interference with airline equipment, but that theory has been questioned by a lot of people recently, and it appears that the FAA is ready to relent on its stance.
Microsoft is running a promotion whereby they’ll give you $200 if you step into one of their stores and hand over your iPad. There are two problems with this. One, you can count the number of Microsoft Stores around America using just your fingers and toes. Probably just your fingers, actually. And two, you don’t get $200 in cold hard cash. Instead, you’ll get $200 in store credit.
When Apple launched the iPad in 2010, it allowed users to install iPhone apps (due to the limited iPad apps available at that time), which could be used in 2x mode, using the pixel doublingÂ technique.
While it was a good strategy adopted by Apple at that time to give users access to a larger number of iPhone apps from day one, it had a downside. The pixel doubling resulted in jagged text and blurry images.
Apple unveiled iOS 7 at the WWDC Keynote on Monday, where it showcased some of the major new features such as the completely redesigned user interface, Control Center, Notification Center with the Google Now-like feature called “Today”, iTunes Radio and lots more.
Unfortunately, Apple gave us a glimpse of what iOS 7 will look like on the iPhone and iPod touch and not the iPad. Apple also didn’t seed developers of its iOS Developer program the first beta version for the iPad.
Some people aren’t lucky enough to be born with fully functioning hearts and they need an implant that can kickstart their heart should it stop beating. Said implant is called a defibrillator. A 14 year old girl by the name of Gianna Chien recently discovered that the magnets inside an iPad 2, used to attach Apple’s Smart Cover, can accidentally turn off these defibrillators.