iPad

Did Facebook Steal The Name For Its New App, Paper, From Someone Else?

Facebook’s new app, Paper, is very pretty. It’s like if Flipboard mated with Facebook for iOS to create a new, and beautiful way to use everyone’s favourite social network. But Facebook’s Paper has upset a developer by the name of FiftyThree, who had an app called Paper first. Now FiftyThree wants Facebook to back off. Fight!


This GPS Lightning Adaptor Makes Cheap iPads Location-Aware

If you decided to save a few bucks and opt for an iPad without cellular hardware, it also means you bought yourself a tablet without GPS. Wi-Fi hotspot locations help it guesstimate your locations, but if you want better results, you’ll have to spring $US130 for Bad Elf’s tiny GPS module.


Intel Coined The Term 'iPad' Back In 1994

Apple is notoriously protective of their intellectual property. Even going so far as suing Samsung in a high-profile fight over the iPhone and iPad designs. But what if Apple didn’t coin the name for one of their most celebrated products? Namely, the iPad.


iOS 7′s Reboot Bug Will Be Ironed Out... But Not Until iOS 7.1

iOS 7, perhaps the most divisive software update in Apple’s history of mobile devices, has suffered from one particularly annoying bug since launching last September. Random restarts have plagued a number of users, and finally Apple is doing something about it.


The Truth Behind Apple's Latest iPad Ad

Apple’s latest iPad advertisement shows the tablet being used by helicopter rescue pilots, storm chasers, ice hockey coaches, musicians, Bollywood filmmakers, scuba divers, rock musicians and artists. But, let’s face it, you’re using it on the toilet, aren’t you?


Report: Lightroom For iPad Coming, With $100 Annual Cloud Subscription

9to5Mac is reporting today that Adobe will soon unveil an iPad version of its Lightroom photo editing suite, with a $100 annual cloud subscription.


Whoever Shoots Apple's Ads Needs A Medal

Ads are designed to get people to buy a product, but Apple’s ads seemed to have transcended simple selling and instead started just showcasing cool stuff. Like this new ad which steals a Robin Williams monologue from Dead Poets Society, set against some incredible images of waterfalls, churches, reefs, windfarms in the middle of the ocean and a superstorm. Whoever shoots these needs a pat on the back, whether you like the products or not.


The Insane Morgan Freeman iPad Painting: An Investigation In Four Acts

If you’ve been on the internet in the past month, chances are you’ve seen a remarkably lifelike portrait of Morgan Freeman painted entirely with the iPad app Procreate.


This Incredible Portrait Of Morgan Freeman Was Painted On An iPad

Remember iPad art? British artist Kyle Lambert’s been practicing, and he’s gotten good. Like, photorealism good.


Watch Every Single iPad Get Speed Tested At Once

The iPad isn’t a small device like the iPhone. It’s tough to get them all side-by-side and test them at once for start-up, shut-down and browser speed, but that won’t stop these Apple pros testing it out. Place your bets and see which one is fastest.