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Review: ClamCase ClamCase+ for iPad Air 2

While we've reviewed ClamCase's ClamCase Pro multiple times — most recently for iPad mini 4 — ClamCase+ ($150) is a new iPad keyboard case from the company. ClamCase+ distinguishes itself from the ClamCase Pro line with its LED backlit keyboard and slimmer frame. Show More Summary

Review: Belkin’s Base for Apple Pencil is a premium, inkwell-like stand for the iPad Pro stylus

Apple Pencil is fantastic as a digital stylus, but its minimal design creates the obvious question of “Where do I put the thing when I’m not using it?” for anyone that owns one. Belkin has a new solution that borrows from the traditional inkwell: Base for Apple Pencil. Show More Summary

Apple Supplier Cirrus Logic Releases Kit for Creating Lightning-Based Headphones Ahead of iPhone 7

Apple supplier Cirrus Logic has announced a new MFi Headset Development Kit, a reference platform that is designed to help "Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod" accessory makers quickly develop Lightning-based headphones. The development kit,Show More Summary

Apple issues fourth beta of iOS 9.3.3 as developers await iOS 10 beta 2

Both registered developers and public testers can now access the fourth beta of iOS 9.3.3, a minor forthcoming security and maintenance update for iPhone and iPad. New betas are also available for tvOS 9.2.2 and OS X 10.11.6.

Invisible glass watermarks will ensure your new watch or smartphone is genuine

I think we’ve all got used to the copycat gadgets that appear on the market with increasing regularity. For example, Apple will release a new iPhone, iPad, or Watch, and sure enough, a […]

Huawei MateBook 2-in-1 first impressions: iPad quality, but with the added bonus of Windows 10

The new Windows 10 powered 2-in-1 feels more like an iPad than a Windows 10 tablet, and that's a very good thing.

Grab Apple's official Lightning to USB cable for just $11.95 today!

Do you prefer to use only Apple-branded accessories with your iPhone or iPad? If so, and you happen to be in need of a new charger, you'll want to pick up Apple's 3-foot Lightning to USB cable. Right now, you can save $8 on the purchase, making it just $11.95. ...

Tetris Blitz: 2016 Edition falls onto the App Store for some beastly combos

EA has announced the company has released Tetris Blitz: 2016 Edition for iPhone and iPad. This latest update brings a bunch of improvements and new features. Should you be a fan of the classic title, you'll really dig EA's take on the formula with Blitz. Show More Summary

Nolli App of Rome: Use a Classic Map as a Modern Travel Guide

The Nolli Map of Rome is one of history’s most famous works of cartography, and now a new iPhone and iPad app lets you use it to navigate in realtime, helping you both lose and find yourself in one of Europe’s most marvelous ancient cities. Finished in 1748 after 12 years of research  by Italian architect and surveyor Giambattista …

iOS 10 allows prioritized app downloads, making it less painful to restore from iCloud backup

Setting up a new iPhone or iPad by restoring from an iCloud backup has the virtue that you can do it from anywhere – without needing a Mac with an iTunes backup to hand – but it can be painfully slow, and it’s always the app you most want to use that seems to be the last to download. more… Filed under: Apple

How to Blur Backgrounds in Adobe XD

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to quickly blur backgrounds in Adobe Experience Design CC (Adobe XD). The Steps (1-8) 1. Create a New Artboard. For this tutorial, we’ll be using the iPad artboard, with the orientation being adjusted to Landscape in the Property Inspector. Show More Summary

How to Disable the iPad's Slide Over Multitasking Screen

For the most part, multitasking on the iPad is a great addition, but depending on how you use your iPad, the new feature can be more of annoyance than a boon to productivity. OS X Daily reminds us that you can turn it off. Read more...

Booqpad revealed for 9.7” iPad Pro

The team over at booq, who happens to be designers of stylishly functional laptop bags, backpacks as well as carrying cases for creative professionals, have just lifted up the curtain on their latest addition. This new star to the “show” happens to be known as the Booqpad for 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Show More Summary

06/26/2016

I drew this on a plane. On my new iPad. With an iPad pencil.

BitTorrent announces new BitTorrent Now app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

BitTorrent today has announced that it is bringing a new app to the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV that allows users to stream a variety of videos and music, mostly from independent and generally unknown artists and filmmakers. The app doesn’t...Show More Summary

Here's the New 'Home' App for Controlling HomeKit Devices in iOS 10

HomeKit users have long wished for a centralized, Apple-designed app for controlling HomeKit-enabled products, and in iOS 10, Apple has granted that wish, with the debut of the new "Home" app. Designed to be used on the iPhone, iPad,...Show More Summary

Inside iOS 10: Split-screen view in Safari for iPad boosts productivity

Apple's forthcoming iOS 10 update will improve multitasking on the iPad by offering a new split-screen mode in Safari, allowing users to have two tabs open side-by-side simultaneously.

Apple shows interest in expanding True Tone color accuracy beyond the 9.7" iPad Pro

While True Tone technology is currently exclusive to Apple's latest flagship iPad, a new patent application signals it has interest in expanding the color management capabilities to other devices, potentially ranging from as small as an Apple Watch to as large as an iMac.

BitTorrent Now will bring up-and-coming artists to your iPhone and Apple TV

BitTorrent has announced Now, an upcoming app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV aimed at making it easier to access music and video from new and unknown artists. The streaming app offers curated selections from BitTorrent, trending content,...Show More Summary

There may be 3 different iPhone 7 models this Fall (just like the iPad)

If choosing between a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone was tough, your decision-making process ay be even more complex this Fall. A new rumor suggests the iPhone will follow the iPad model, and have three different models to choose from....Show More Summary

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