As days go by and the next iPad event, rumored to be held on Oct. 22, grows nigh, new images and speculations are coming to light. Some can be believed, while other can be dismissed outright. One new rumor that has just been reported on Macotakara involves Apple’s smaller sized tablet. According to the Chinese language tech blog, the next iPad mini will be a little bit bigger.
Popular audio and speaker company Sonos has been hard at work creating sound systems that are both portable and high quality. In December, the company announced a new line of products that uses Wireless iTunes Playback to stream music to any room with a compatible Sonos speaker. Today, Sonos has launched a new speaker that promises to allow you to stream “all the music on earth” with a powerful sound that is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.
You may recall that, on Sept. 10, alongside the announcement of the new line of iPhones, Apple also announced that new devices would also come with most iWork and iLife apps for free (GarageBand not being one of them). According to the announcement, anyone who purchased an iOS 7 compatible devices after Sept. 1 would be given a prompt when setting up their iPhone or iPad to download five free iWorks and iLife apps. As discovered by 9to5Mac, Apple is now offering refunds in the form of iTunes credit to eligible users who paid for one of the apps after Sept. 1.
Soon after Apple launched iOS 7, some users complained of experiencing severe motion sickness, and even getting headaches. Apparently, the awesome parallax feature, as well as much of Apple’s new zoom animation, is causing nausea amongst some sufferers of Visually Induced Motion Sickness.
Currently, there is no solution to the problem. However, we have some suggestions that should help you reduce the effects of sickness you may feel when using your iOS device.
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, several are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
If Steve Jobs had it his way, everyone would be walking around with bare iPhones and iPads. No cases. No covers. Just naked as the day they were put together at Foxconn’s factories. However, most of us invest time and money on the perfect case for our iOS device. Whether it is for protection, or to make our smartphones and tablets uniquely ours, we hide our devices under cover.
You may have found the perfect case for your iOS device, but that also comes with a price. Charging your iPhone or iPad with a third party docking station is all but impossible for certain cases. Sarvi Designs aims to solve that problem with a docking station that can be used with nearly every case. Plus, it is specially designed to allow for one-handed removal.
If you are looking for a new speaker system to listen to your favorite iTunes Radio stations, you’ll be pleased to know that Bose now offers a line of speaker systems that are Wi-Fi connected and AirPlay compatible. Listening to digital music will be a whole new experience with Bose’s deep, rich speakers.
Every once in a while there is a story about people using technology in a really amazing way to make an important difference in the world. Such a story published by theguardian.com comes out of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya where iPads and drones are being used to protect elephants from poachers.