Archive for July, 2010
If you’ve been looking for an iPad case that not only protects your iPad but actually looks great, your search is over thanks to Colsen Keane.
I’ve had an opportunity to try almost a dozen iPad sleeves and cases over the past two months. With the exception of Vaja, which boasts a whopping $350 price tag and a 60 day wait time, the best quality and sexiest designed sleeve that I’ve … Read More
Are you an upcoming iPhone 4 owner? Bell has introduced their iPhone 4 prices but more importantly they’ve announced a new 6GB/$30 data plan (to compete with Rogers). What’s even cooler is that for $10/month extra, you can share this data plan with your iPad 3G!
Here are the details:
iPhone 4 Promotion Details–Including iPad Offer:
-To get the lowest 3-year price on this phone, choose any combination of voice, data plan and … Read More
Today, Rogers announced that with the launch of the iPhone 4 on July 30, 2010, any smartphone customer who activates on a three-year voice and data contract can choose the Rogers 6GB data plan for $30.
Essentially, this data plan can be added to any in-market voice plan before September 30, 2010. If you are a new or existing wireless customer of Rogers, you are … Read More
We receive a lot of products here at iPadinCanada.ca and while some make the cut and get reviewed, others are returned or are simply set aside. We never want to review something that we do not believe in. In other words, if we wouldn’t buy it, why would we review it to allow others to suggest that they should buy it.
Well, every once in a while there comes an item … Read More
For those who have purchased iPods before from Apple, you’re probably familiar with gift engraving. It’s a nice free feature that I’ve taken advantage of myself, numerous times. A recent report that this feature will also apply to iPads and might arrive in time for Christmas.
Here’s the latest rumour from Erictric:
“From what I understand, Apple’s going to be offering customers the option to get their iPads engraved just before the … Read More
Just another heads up that The iPhone Podcast Episode 10 is now live in iTunes. This new podcast is currently featured in the “New and Noteworthy” in the Gadgets section in iTunes Canada, and currently in the Top 10 under the Technology and Gadgets categories. This is a fantastic way for you to learn about the latest iPhone/iPad news, and some of the best apps out there.
Thanks everybody … Read More
Hey iPadders, another article that I wrote over on my site that I think you’ll really like. I got into crazy detail about how SaiSuke (Google Calendars App) is better in every way to the built-in Calendar App. Here’s the intro, and the link to the full article on iPhoneAppGirl.com, I hope you enjoy!
A hilarious post on Reddit, and forwarded to me by @Anzi has inspired me to share this with everyone. A fantastic photo essay wherein the author shows the very versatile nature of the iPad when it comes to enjoying food with it.
And by with it I mean on it.
Persons who are squeamish about liquids near their electronic devices should avoid.
The first iPad app released by ABC was their ABC Player which allowed users to access ABC TV shows right on their iPads. Too bad it was restricted to the USA, but we wrote a tutorial on how to get around that. The latest addition from from this major US network is their new ABC News iPad app. It’s available in Canada as well as the USA … Read More
How are you enjoying your iPad? There are numerous apps to discuss that are “must haves” (such as Flipboard). Which ones are the best? How do you use your iPad? Have a troubleshooting question? Well now you can talk all you want as we’ve incorporated a dedicated section for iPadinCanada.ca within our forums at iPhoneinCanada.ca.
Start Talking About the iPad Today!
It’s easy to get started with the … Read More