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Those who use a standard Apple Wireless Keyboard with their iPads must know that there is no ready way to perform any task-switching action, even though third-party keyboards like the ones from Logitech allow this using dedicated keys. But now, folks over at Tao of Mac (via The Verge) have found a workaround and have published a list of keyboard shortcuts that should definitely make typing on the iPad with Apple Wireless Keyboard a little bit … Read More
Protecting my iPad is a big priority for me. Not only because it’s an expensive investment, but when it comes time to upgrade, I want the older model to look brand new so I can get top dollar.
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
Did you get your new Retina Display/LTE iPad today? How are you loving that gorgeous screen? It’s just breathtaking.
One new feature of this iPad is the addition of dictation, which will write down your sentences and anything you throw at it. This is not full blown Siri (that might come later), but it’s a start.
While you have been testing your new iPad, you might have noticed it … Read More
Now that the new iPad has finally been unveiled, its true potential can only be reached with an always-on 4G network. The ‘Big Three’ –Bell, Rogers and Telus – all offer plans that will be ready for your brand-spanking new LTE-enabled iPad.
To get people on the 4G bandwagon, the ‘Big Three’ all offer two options: monthly plans and flex-rate plans. And the great thing is that you don’t have to sign … Read More
At the new iPad’s unveiling, Apple also introduced a $4.99 iPhoto for iOS app in the App Store to compete with apps like Adobe’s Photoshop touch, bringing multi-touch photo editing to iPhone and iPad in a breakthrough way. Despite the fact that iPhoto app is a universal binary and has been optimized to work on both iPhones and iPads, it supports only the iPad 2 and the new iPad, … Read More
But this isn’t your typical iPhoto program. Apple has redesigned it from the ground up for your iOS devices. Because of this it might be a little intimidating at first glance. But once you get into it, it’s really simple … Read More
When it comes to editing video on your iPad, arguably your best choice has been Apple’s iMovie. It’s cheap, simple to use and turns out a nice finished product.
However, it isn’t perfect by any means. It has a lot of flaws when it comes to advanced editing and real customization.
So when I noticed Avid Studio in the App Store for the iPad, I was … Read More
With the introduction of iOS 5, the iPad received a new form of keyboard called the “split keyboard” to apparently assist in faster typing with two hands on the iPad’s bigger screen. Turns out, this split keyboard has a few “phantom buttons” on the edges (via LifeHacker). Discovered by @danfrakes from Finer Things in iOS, the hidden buttons are helpful for users who you’re used to typing Y with their left hand. So, … Read More
Ah…home for the holidays. Away from the stresses of work (or school), and maybe even the big city. It’s nice, but it’s also got some drawbacks. Being away from home also means you’re away from your desktop or laptop where you’ve kept most of your TV shows and music, and while iTunes Match should mitigate any of your music needs (maybe), your stash of TV shows on your iPad is … Read More