How to Enjoy Six Months of Apple Music for Free

January 13, 2022
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Apple Music, the music and video streaming service developed by Apple, provides easy access to more than 90 million songs and 30,000 playlists, all ad-free. Immerse yourself in your favorite music with the use of Apple products, as well as on PCs, Android, Sonos, PlayStation 5, Amazon Edge and other devices. There is a variety […]

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Guided Access allows Parents to Childproof their iPad or iPhone

December 21, 2021
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If you have ever handed out your iPad or iPhone to a toddler to keep them entertained as you do something else, you are probably aware just how easily their little fingers can open up other apps and navigate in to all types of settings they shouldn’t be messing with. It’s a good thing that […]

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Report says Apple will update iPad Pro with Wireless Charging and More in 2022

December 9, 2021
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Apple intends to update three of its iPad models next year, namely the new iPad Pro, the entry-level iPad, and the iPad Air 5 with wireless charging. On his latest Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman shared that Apple will be releasing a redesigned iPad Pro model with wireless charging in 2022. Other than that, […]

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Apple rolls out new Accessories for Sale, including updated Rotor Riot Game Controller for iPad and iPhone

November 11, 2021
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Apple on Wednesday started rolling out an updated version of the Rotor Riot game controller, sporting newly added “Home” and “Options” buttons. Designed for use with the iPad and iPhone, the controller is available at Apple’s online store at $49.99. Rotor Riot is described as the only Lightning-connected, full-sized gaming controller available today. The direct […]

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Apple Tells iPhone and iPad Users to Update Now to Block Hackers

January 28, 2021
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Apple has released an update this week for iOS 14 to fix three security vulnerabilities, which may have allowed the devices to be actively exploited by hackers. Thanks to an anonymous tip, the company was alerted and they immediately worked on creating the necessary fixes with the recent iOS 14.4 update. The tech giant announced […]

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iPad case review: Marware MicroShell Folio

April 12, 2013

First let me show you my current cover-setup for my iPad 3: Apple Smart Cover on front. Targus clear case for the back. I like the Targus clear case on the back because it’s see-through so you can still see the iPad’s nice design, but even more because it protects the iPad from scratches and […]

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Will iPad Mini grab Android 7-inch tablet’s cake?

October 11, 2012

According to some reliable sources, Apple will launch the long-awaited iPad Mini on 17 October and begin to sell it on 2nd November. No doubt that iPad occupies the 10-inch tablet market without a rival, but the battle is pretty fierce in the 7-inch tablet market. Last December, Amazon launched Kindle Fire and it sold […]

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8 Good Reasons to Buy an Android Tablet Over an iPad

August 31, 2012

Tablets are extremely appealing due to their portability and their user-friendly nature. However, in spite of the popularity of the iPad, Android tablets are superior to this famous and stylish Apple product. Here are eight significant reasons why an Android tablet is much more likely to meet your needs. 1) There is no need to […]

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iPad Mini (7.85″) to be produced in September and ready Oct/Nov?

August 21, 2012

According to the latest rumors, iPad Mini (or whatever its name will be, Apple’s hopefully future upcoming iPad with 7.85″ display) is supposed to be produced in September, and they will make 4 millions of them. That means it will be ready for customers in October or November, Apple will therefor make the important Christmas […]

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Apple airs new “All on iPad” ad

August 8, 2012

There’s a new iPad ad in town – Apple just released their newest “all on iPad” ad which features the Twitter integration in iOS, FaceTime, Keynote, Square, iPhoto, AirPlay integration with the Apple TV and more. You can watch the entire ad below:

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3 Accessories to Make Your iPad Even Better

July 3, 2012

Since the inception of the iPad, there has been an abundance of accessories available that claim to do this, that and the other to your iPad. Most failed gloriously. However, we’ve come up with a list of 3 of the best accessories on today’s market, all available from ExecSpot, which will make your iPad an […]

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Microsoft’s New Tablet is No iPad Killer

June 25, 2012

The Microsoft Surface tablet is one good lookin’ product. The frame is made of rugged magnesium, which Microsoft is calling VaporMag. The tablet is also thin and lightweight, giving it maximum portability. In terms of design, the surface tablet has two standout features: the attachable keyboard and the integrated kickstand. When combined, these two features […]

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Pong Research: iPad Anti-Radiation Cases

June 24, 2012

Mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets emit radiation. Yet, most people have these kind of devices on them at all times, seemingly unconcerned at the potential damage that such devices could be doing to their bodies. Pong Research have sought to find a solution to these dangers. Whilst accepting that people are unlikely […]

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4 Reasons Why: Classic Laptop < iPad + Adonit Writer

June 23, 2012

The iPad has already proved to be one of the most revolutionary products this century and, whilst a much-loved product amongst the every-growing iFaithful, it is hindered by its lack of a ‘proper’ keyboard – writing anything much longer than a tweet or a quick email is not flawless exercise. There have been many, many […]

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Education & the iPad: The Top Tips and Apps for School-Age Children

April 30, 2012

It is no secret that iPads are widely used by students and teachers nowadays. Some US educational establishments support the complete integration of iPads into classrooms so that students and teachers can upgrade the old-fashioned learning process using these up-to-date gadgets that are available all over the USA. Users who only use the iPad for […]

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Are You Tempted To Upgrade To The iPad 3?

April 20, 2012

Apple have, once again, managed to create a frenzy around their latest tablet device – the iPad 3. Smart manufacturers will always remind people who own electronic devices that they’re using the old version by assigning a number to it – Microsoft famously started this trend with Windows 95. After all if the iPad 3 […]

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Apple: iPad 3 event on March 7th *CONFIRMED*

February 28, 2012

Rumors said Apple would announce the iPad 3 on March 7th – and now it’s been confirmed. Apple just sent out an invitation to the press (see photo above), which clearly indicates that it has something to do with iPad’s. The press event will take place in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San […]

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How the iPad helped saved a relationship

July 29, 2011

I recently met up with a friend who told me something that I wanted to share with you iPad lovers and haters out there – how the iPad helped save his relationship with his girlfriend… First, a quick introduction as to how I came to know about this. I’m not ashamed to admit that I […]

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Is the NYT iPad App Really Worth the Monthly Fee?

April 24, 2011

It’s no doubt that the iPad is extremely popular. Like a notebook computer, it can access the Internet and run a wide variety of programs and applications. Its touch screen features are perfect for reading PDFs and other documents since the user can easily scroll up and down and zoom in to text in detail […]

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3 Android competitors for the iPad

April 10, 2011

Apple is dominating the tablet market with iPad 1 and iPad 2 since ever. Actually there was no real tablet market before the release of iPad 1. The sudden success of the iPad “forced” many other companies to get into the process of developing their own tablet and try to challenge Apple. Among the strongest […]

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Apple presents iPad 2 & iOS 4.3 — Yeah, I’m getting one!

March 2, 2011

To some surprise, Steve Jobs himself took the stage during his medical leave of absence, as he “didn’t want to miss it”, as he said, since they had been working on the product (iPad 2) for awhile. Before the iPad 2 presentation, Steve Jobs explained how 100 million books were downloaded so far from iBooks […]

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Hey, look, rumors were true – Apple holding iPad 2 event on March 2nd

February 23, 2011

Engadget received an invitation from Apple to join an event on March 2nd. When looking at the invitation (see below), there’s no doubt that it’s about iPad. Engadget will of course report live from the event. I wonder if iPad 2 will look as displayed in the image below (ie. basically the same as iPad […]

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7 iPad Apps That Can Save You Money

February 19, 2011

Your iPad is capable of much more than gaming, browsing the web, checking email and staying up to date with everything on the social web. In fact, come to think of it, there’s not much that it can’t do – including helping you to stay on top of your personal finances. Hand picked from the […]

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Play Leisure Suit Larry, Police Quest etc. on your iPad – for free!

January 14, 2011

I’m guessing if you’re around the age of 30, you’ll remember playing Leisure Suit Larry and Police Quest on your (or your dad’s) PC back in the days. Remember, where you had to type commands and such? It was awesome! Well, now you can do it again – on the iPad. And it’s free, thanks […]

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