Archive for June, 2010
A few days ago, Apple posted an extremely detailed iPhone User Guide for iOS4. When I saw that, I was thinking how great that was, as it gives users a comprehensive view of not just the iPhone but of iOS4 as well.
So I thought to myself that there must be an iPad version of this. After a brief search, Apple does have a similar guide for iPad, however that guide … Read More
Amazing Aquarium Clock is a simple and tranquil animated clock app.
The app includes five different coral reef wallpapers that are very colorful and tranquil. Each wallpaper includes the specific attributes of a coral reef, which makes the app great because the image and animation are high quality.
While the background image is not entirely animated, the app does feature over 30 different tropical fish swimming in the reef and … Read More
Did you buy an iPad? If you’re reading this you most likely own one, or are considering one. When the iPad first launched in Canada people lined up coast to coast to get their hands on the “magical” device. In 60 days after the iPad’s launch, two million iPads were sold. Today Apple announced in 80 days, three million iPads have sold. What’s next? 4.5 million iPads sold … Read More
For all you Gmail web interface users out there, we have some good news for you. Google has updated their interface on the iPad with a new compose window and more. Here’s what they had to say on their Google Mobile Blog:
Today we’re happy to announce an improved experience for writing emails on Gmail web interface for iPad. When you write an email you’ll now get a big full … Read More
Firstly, Hi there iPadinCanada! Its great to be over here finally blogging about the ‘magical’ iPad – I’ll be bringing you all the news & reviews for iPad products and accessories, so stay tuned for some great contests and giveaways in the coming weeks.
Do you have World Cup fever? Got a headache yet from those wonderful vuvuzelas yet? Currently, CBC.ca has online streams so you can lose productivity at work. What about if you have an iPad? Well, thanks to Rogers you can now watch streaming 2010 World Cup games–but it’s only for iPad 3G customers with Rogers.
Here’s what you’ll get with the 2010 FIFA World Cup TM iPad App:
All 64 games … Read More
When iPhone OS 4.0 was announced (now know as iOS 4) iPad owners were disappointed to find out that they would not get the update until fall, 2010. The anticipated update will bring multitasking to the popular tablet.
If you can’t wait for multitasking on your iPad, you have probably jailbroken your iPad and installed Backgrounder. Backgrounder is an awesome solution to true multitasking on the iPad, one thing Apple’s … Read More
Part of Apple’s incredible success, aside from making exceptional products is the power of their marketing campaigns. Most Apple product videos illustrate clearly why you should buy their product spoken from the mouths of Apple personnel.
Here are a couple iPad and iPhone promo videos that I’m pretty sure missed the cut on the editing room floor. Sit back and get ready to have a few chuckles starrin Jonny Five, … Read More
The iPad caters to a “new” market created by Apple that was never meant to replace your laptop. It falls in between your smartphone and laptop as the ultimate media consumption (and creation) device. It’s an eBook reader, internet device, music player, gaming machine, GPS navigator–the list goes on. Thanks to over 10,000+ iPad apps, the possibilities are endless.
Here’s an interesting infographic from Vizworld that lists the iPad’s competition. … Read More
Do you keep information on your iPad that you may not want thieves to steal or others to see? Have you wondered about how you can secure your iPad to lower the risk of theft or unwanted viewing? Here are some security tips that will help you minimize risk to your iPad and make it less vulnerable to attack:
Use a passcode when taking the iPad out in public. The … Read More