Shipping Time for iPad mini with Retina Display Drops Just in Time for Christmas

iPad mini shipping times dropAs soon as the iPad mini with Retina display launched, supplies were constrained. It wasn’t as bad as launch sales of the first generation 7.9-inch tablet were, but getting your hands on one usually took about two weeks. Even after you could order one for in-store pickup, most Apple Retail Stores still weren’t letting consumers walk in and buy one.

Today, Apple has updated shipping time of the iPad mini with Retina from five to 10 business days to one to three business days. This comes just in time for last minute shopping for Christmas next week.

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Study Finds Samsung is a Distant Second to Apple’s iPad in Internet Usage

StatCounter ReportA new study from a web analytics firm shows that the iPad is still going strong as the leading tablet for Internet usage, even while slowing down in overall market share of tablet purchases.

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Redesigned Yahoo Weather Finally hits iPad

Yahoo Weather 3I’ve tested a lot of weather apps, especially since Apple redesigned its mobile operating system. Since iOS 7 launched, developers have been whipping out beautiful looking minimalistic weather apps for the iPhone. Unfortunately, the iPad hasn’t been invited to that party very often. However, things are starting to look up for Apple’s tablet. Today, Yahoo finally updated their gorgeous weather app to support the larger sized screen and it is even more stunning than on the iPhone.

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PadGadget’s iPad Tips: Transferring Data from an Old iPad to iPad Air or iPad mini with Retina

iCloud Backup setupIt is time again for another installment of our weekly iPad tips column. If you have recently purchased your first iPad, you are probably all too aware of how much there is to learn about what your device can and can’t do. Last week, we explained how to set a spending allowance so that you can give the gift that keeps giving all year, but won’t cost you a fortune.

This week, we have some pointers for those who have owned an iPad before and either already have, or soon will, upgrade to a new one. Don’t worry about losing your data, getting all of your old stuff onto your new iPad is as easy as flipping a switch.

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This Week’s App Store Editor’s Choice: The Room Two

The Room Two 1Welcome back to another week of news about apps, games, accessories, and everything iPad related. As the calendar changes days and we begin a new workweek, we like to let you know about Apple’s most recent Editor’s Choice pick. Last week, A Wolf Among us was granted the honor. Keep an eye out for more Telltale Games news in the upcoming weeks.

This week, Apple has spotlighted a sequel game that the puzzle-loving world clapped with excitement for on Thursday. The Room Two finally launched on iOS and it has proven to be an exceptionally good puzzle game. No surprise there.

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PadGadget Daily App Deal – 10 iPad Apps on Sale

PadGadget Daily App Deal – 10 iPad Apps on SaleFor today’s Daily Deal we’ve found 10 great apps to add to your iPad collection.  We have 4 productivity / entertainment apps and 6 game apps in today’s bundle.

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 so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.

Check out all the sale apps after the break »

Apple Seeds iOS 7 Beta 2 to iPad and iPhone Developers – Adds Features and Bug Fixes

iOS 7.1 Beta 2Apple is on its way to pushing out another big updated to iOS 7. According to AppleInsider, iOS 7.1, which is in the second stage of its private beta testing, updates mobile devices with maintenance and security updates. Plus, the update will bring bug fixes for iTunes Match and better access to Touch ID settings for the iPhone 5s.

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‘Paintball Pro’ Splatters into the App Store

Paintball Pro

If you can’t make it out to compete in a paintball tournament this weekend, then perhaps Paintball Pro from Very Nice Studio could be on your list of alternative activities. With all of the hundreds of thousands of apps on the App Store I was a little surprised that there weren’t many other paintball games available, and this really does appear to be the first exciting paintball action game to be released.

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Studies Show Apple iPad and iPhone Top with Consumers and Small/Medium Business

Square Business in a BoxThink back over the year and try to remember how many times you walked into a local shop and saw an iPad on the countertop instead of a traditional cash register. Practically every new business in my neighborhood has chosen to go with iOS as their way of receiving payment for goods and services. According to a report from Intermedia, Apple has dominated the small/medium business (SMB) market across the nation and doesn’t show signs of stopping.

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Become a Brewing Legend with ‘Fiz: The Brewery Management Game’ for iPad

Fiz Brewery Management 3Have you ever been sitting around the table at a bar or pub, drunkenly telling your buddies how you are going to own your own brewery someday? Have you ever visited a micro brewery and thought, “I could do that,”? Well, just like you, a couple of game developers had a hazy memory of starting their own brewery. Only, instead of sinking their money into buildings, machinery, and hops, these guys invested in code an created “Fiz: The Brewery Management Game.”

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