LifeProof makes cases for real people. The company’s iDevice accessories are water proof, dirt proof, snow proof and shock proof, so whether you want to take an iPad out on an outdoor adventure, or you’re just worried about dropping it, these sturdy cases will protect your tablet. LifeProof’s newest case, which will be available for sale next month, will protect the iPad mini that is slim and sleek, yet allows access to all the important device buttons.
We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up. Some of these apps are up to 60% off, several are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
In an age when we are consuming massive amounts of plastic, paper, and other materials, it is great to see a company finding a way to make something old into something new. Station Supply Company started by making iPhone skins out of fire hoses. Today, the accessory maker offers three different lines of covers for both iPhones and iPads. The most recent is the Life Raft collection repurposed from rubber emergency boats from a now-defunct airline.
As we get closer to Apple’s release of iOS 7, more and more jailbreak developers are finding ways around the company’s iOS 6 codes. The team that created a hack to allow T-Mobile iPhone 5 users increased data speed has just released a similar hack for AT&T. This one apparently also supports data performance for LTE and HSPA+ for the iPad.
“This hack enables Release 9 DC-HSPA+ on the iPhone 5 and iPad 3, 4, and mini as well as enhancing LTE data and signal. Though AT&T is limited to HSPA+ 21, the device itself becomes more open to an increased amount of bandwidth thus allowing for better throughput of data and data connection,” wrote Brown.
As we get closer to reaching the middle of 2013, suppliers are ramping up for production of fall launches. Although no word has officially come from Apple, rumors from the supply chain are pointing to a September release of the next generation of iPad.
According to DigitTimes, trial production of the fifth-generation iPad will begin soon, while mass production will start in July. According to an unnamed source in the supply chain, monthly shipments will ramp up to 2-3 million units in September.
It is time, again, to delve into the inner-workings of the iPad. Each week, we give you pointers, tips, and advice for how to do things on your iPad that you may not have known how to do before. Last week, we explained what to do when you run out of space for downloading apps.
This week, we are going to explain how to get that digital copy of the new movie you just bought onto your iPad for mobile viewing.
The weekend is over and today starts a new workweek for most. Every Monday, we like to give our readers a glimpse into what Apple considers to be a top-notch app. Each week, they spotlight a couple of apps as the Editor’s Choice for the week. Last week, Apple gave the award to Running with Friends. Now, you can experience the endless runner genre with a social aspect.
This week, Apple spotlighted a music education app that really makes the iPad shine. Complete with orchestral recordings of one of Beethoven’s most famous symphonies, this app will give you a music lesson you won’t soon forget.
We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up. Some of these apps are up to 80% off, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up. Some of these apps are up to 75% off, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
The Atlantic recently profiled Intel CEO Paul Otellini, who ceded his post after 8 years helming the renown chip maker. Yesterday was Otellini’s last day in the office. Though his Intel colleagues, and even former rivals, like AMD CEO Hector Ruiz, were willing to praise Otellini’s accomplishments, the man himself admits that he could have done even more for the company had he agreed to make chips for the iPhone prototype.