Archive for March, 2012
Being a MOG Primo subscriber, I was ecstatic to find out today that a native MOG app for iPad is now available for download in the Canadian App Store, beating its direct competition, Spotify, in bringing out an official iPad app first.
While MOG has decided to release a separate app for iPad instead of upgrading the iPhone/iPod app to a universal binary, the iPad app is … Read More
In a recent study by DisplayMate (via iLounge) there have been some apparent discrepancies between the use of the new iPad’s battery life. They noticed that even after the iPad showed it was fully 100% charged, via the included 10W charger, it still pulled energy for up to one hour after changing from charging to fully charged.
iLounge noticed that there have been instances of when the battery only … Read More
Apple Canada has now offered the option for reserve online and in-store pick up for your new iPad. Similar to what we saw last year for the iPad 2 (and numerous occasions with the iPhone), this option requires customers to go online to reserve their iPad on a first-come, first serve basis:
Available for in-store pickup on a first-come,first-served basis. Or reserve it online between 9:00 p.m. and 11:59 p.m. for in-store pickup … Read More
Apple has just released an update to its free iTunes Movie Trailers App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with support for the new iPad’s Retina Display. The app gives direct access to content on Apple’s own Movie Trailers site bringing the latest and exclusive movie trailers & previews in HD quality to all iOS devices. Users can also find showtimes and get ticket info (in U.S) directly from their iPhone or … Read More
The new iPad has been out for nearly a week now, and that’s given me a lot of time to put it through its paces.
I realize not everyone is an early adopter such as myself. There are many people still wondering if they should pick up the new iPad, especially if they already have the iPad 2.
So in this review video I go through all the positives and negatives of … Read More
As with any new device you may purchase, you probably want to keep your new iPad safe from scratches and other wear and tear. Gelaskins is a great way to protect the aluminum back of the iPad, as well as the front bezel. Gelaskins also offers screen protection.
We got a chance to try out Gelaskins for the new iPad. The shape hasn’t really changed since the iPad … Read More
Widely popular Netflix streaming app for iPad has been updated to support the new iPad’s Retina Display, introducing high-resolution UI that looks terrific on the new iPad. However, the Retina support is limited to menus and movie thumbnails only while all Netflix movies and TV shows are still being streamed in standard definition. According to Mashable, Joris Evers, the Director of Corporate Communications at Netflix said: “The video is not in HD … Read More
So you’ve got your new iPad and are loving it’s gorgeous Retina Display, right? Well, apart from its ultra-high resolution display, the new iPad also packs a pretty amazing battery. While it takes a little longer to charge than the previous models, it does last longer than the older models too. However, in order to push your device’s average 10-hour battery life to the maximum, we suggest you make these … Read More
Gee, the new iPad buzz just won’t stop, will it? First, we heard about heat issues with the new iPad (it does get warmer than the iPad 2; but definitely not the ‘burning hot’ like my MacBook Pro), and now we’re onto how quickly LTE data will be used.
During the last couple of days, there have been numerous reports of the new iPad running hotter than normal including a photo captured using infrared cameras to record the new iPad’s excessive heat generation. While Apple has already issued a press release stating that the new iPad operates well within the company’s thermal specifications, Raymond Soneira, president of DisplayMate Technologies, has shared with CNET (via 9to5Mac) a few reasons why the new iPad is in fact … Read More