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Tablets are portable computers, just like laptops, but while the latter are used mostly for productivity, tablets are generally used for content consumption: images, video, documents, websites. But considering the impressive specifications that the iPad has and the plethora of great apps that have been developed for it, isn’t this device an exception? Can’t the iPad be used for productivity as well? Continue Reading…
The first iPad Mini was a success; the critics loved it and so did the customers. Widely regarded as the little brother of the iPad 4, it came with a lower computing power than the latter, and without a retina display, but at a much better price. At the time of its launch, it was an affordable choice for those who wanted a tablet but weren’t willing to pay the high price of the iPad 4.
iPad Mini 2 is probably going to be released this fall. Apple has just showcased its new operating system, iOS 7, and said it will be available in the fall, and the company is known to release new operating systems with new products.
Owning an iPad brings numerous benefits, most important of which is system security. Because the iPad uses the legendary iOS operating system, it is considered to be one of the safest tablet devices when it comes to avoiding viruses and malware. There has never been a confirmed virus that was able to penetrate through the built-in security systems in the iOS platform, although there have some a few malware scares in recent years.
What Types of Threats could you Face?
One of the biggest issues that people are going to find when they go to purchase their new iPad or iPhone is the fact that the price for bigger hard drives and more storage jumps up dramatically at every single level. The entry-level iPad gives you just enough storage to be usable for most people, but if you’re really looking to put a lot of content, movies, or games onto your new iPad you’ll have to move up into the 32 gig, 64 gig, and even higher options – price points that become ridiculously prohibitive the higher you get. Of course, the alternative is to add an external hard drive to the mix – something that is nowhere near as simple or straightforward as you may have been led to believe.
There are hundreds of accessories available for the iPad. Everything from projectors to keyboards to speaker systems, if you can think of it chances are it’s already on the market. One of the more comical, but still extremely useful, accessories for the iPad are iPad pillows. These have a variety of uses including making it more comfortable to use your iPad, giving you more support when typing, and for keeping your iPad in a secure position on your lap.
iPad pillows were developed and released shortly after the release of the original iPad. The idea behind them was to give users a device that was comfortable while offering support for their iPad. A typical iPad pillow incorporates a triangular design which is sturdy and will not crumble or collapse when weight is applied. They are designed to be placed in your lap and allow you to work more comfortably and efficiently on your iPad. Some models are expandable which allows for the incorporation of a Bluetooth keyboard if necessary.
The iPad and iPhone devices offer some of the best graphics hardware that we’ve seen on mobile computing devices. Unfortunately, the touchscreen nature of these devices makes it difficult at best to enjoy our favorite games, oftentimes because of control issues related to not having a controller. Thankfully there is now the option of downloading the Xbox 360 controller software for windows and with the help of the XPadder software and if you are wireless then a working Xbox wireless gaming receiver for windows and of course your iPhone or iPad. Here are the important steps to how to use xbox controller with iPhone and iPad;
Xbox 360 Controls your iPhone or iPad Step by Step
The first thing you need is the Xbox 360 controller software for windows. To get this click on this and choose your windows version and you’re good to go. Note that this software suits you if you are a wired user. So the second step is to download the XPadder software to your computer. Then you need to purchase Xbox wireless gaming receiver and this will suit the needs of wireless users. And the last thing you need is the Splashtop app for iPad. Or if you need an iPhone version you can buy it too. So these are all the stuff you need for how to use Xbox controller with iPhone and iPad. Please watch below detailed tutorial video by Macworld:
Playing Games with Xbox Controller
The best games for use with an Xbox controller are typically driving style games and games that require advanced controls or input, such as sports games. The built-in controls on the iPad and iPhone are limited by the touch-screen only input, which can make it difficult to control a vehicle or input precise movements on the games you’re playing. Using an Xbox controller can fix this problem as you will have precise control using the analog stick controls, making it much easier and more fun to play your favorite games.
The introduction of the iPad and iPhone devices in recent years, and the further release and updates of these devices has opened up a whole new world of technology and fun for the serious tech-guru within us. iPhone and iPad toys are designed to be controlled fully using the power of your iOS device. These toys typically use remote control technology which is controlled from your device to power the toy and operate it within specifications.
History of iPhone and iPad Toys
Toys that are designed specifically to be used with the iPad and iPhone were developed and marketed shortly after the power of these devices was discovered by toy manufacturers. The first toy that was developed specifically to be used in conjunction with the iPad is hard to determine, as there were numerous toys released within a short time period of each other.
Top 5 iPhone and iPad Toys
Below is a brief list of the top five iPad and iPhone toys along with a brief description including price, features and a brief description of each.
Choosing the best iPhone and iPad Quadcopter
Thanks to the two wars that we have been fighting for a bit longer than a decade we’ve been exposed to a ridiculous amount of truly incredible technologies that many of us simply were unaware of. And while most of these have not captured the public’s attention in any real way, the fact of the matter is that the drones we’ve been using have become front and center of the war on terror.
And regardless of which side of the fence you land on when it comes to the use of drones, most of us feel a little excitement at the opportunity to control our very own miniature drones – even if they are nowhere near as capable or as armed as the military options out there today.
Investing in an iPhone & iPad Quadcopter gives us the chance to control our own drone
Pretty cool and amazingly innovative technologies that look like for helicopter blades strapped together with a central control module in the middle, Quadcopters have become a gigantic smash hit with consumers all over the United States looking to have a little bit more fun as and they would with their remote control cars. Allowing us to take to the skies just as we would as a dedicated drone pilot, there are a number of products out there that can be controlled entirely from an iPhone or iPad – and absolutely nothing else.
Owning an iPhone or iPad allows you to accomplish many things and improve your productivity dramatically. There are a wide array of accessories on the market that are designed to further improve the functionality and usefulness of your iPad or iPhone. One of the most useful accessories is the iPad and iPhone projector. These allow you to display what is currently on your devices screen to a larger audience by projecting the image onto a wall or board.
What are iPhone Projectors?
We are answering maybe the popular question in this year, what is iCloud? iCloud is the largest and most used cloud computing service available. It was launched by Apple in October of 2011 and it allows users to store files, music and iOS applications on secure cloud servers so they can be accessed and retrieved later. The service also allows all data including email, app settings and preferences, calendars, bookmarks, notes and other things to be automatically synced between all Apple and Windows devices as long as there is an internet connection.
When first iCloud Started
Originally launched as iTools way back in 2000, iCloud started as out as a way for Mac users to organize their contacts, notes and calendars in an easy to use interface. The program later relaunched as .Mac in 2002 and became MobileMe in 2008. MobileMe is the direct predecessor to iCloud and it offered many of the same services that iCloud currently offers. iCloud was launched on October 12th, 2011. It offers many services and features that are similar to the previous brand of MobileMe.
The original idea behind iCloud was to offer users a safe, convenient and easy way to store and access all of their information from one location. Because the servers are located on the internet the personal information can be accessed anywhere with just a password from any device. The purpose of iCloud was to allow people access to their information quickly and easily, and to be able to sync all their information into one location.
Go Pro series action cameras are the most popular camera product in the market today. Its last version Go Pro Hero 3 Wi-Fi has got 4k video resolution support at a fair FPS (frame per second) rate and also Full HD & HD formats at high FPS (frame per second) rates. Today we’re gonna show you how to connect your Go Pro Hero 3 Wifi to your iPhone and iPad. It is actually quite simple.
The iPad has consistently been one of the best-selling tablets on the market since its release in 2010. Its popularity stems from the plethora of apps, both free and paid that are available in the app store, the official store run by Apple that sells all the apps available for the many different Apple devices. Reading magazines on your iPad is now possible thanks to the many digitalized magazine offerings available in the app store.
History of Digital Magazines
Prior to the advent of the iPad in 2010, the idea of digitalized magazines floated around quite a bit but never materialized fully. eBooks were already beginning to become popular prior to the advent of the iPad, although after the iPad was released eBook sales and “iBook” sales increased greatly. Digital magazines became popular after the iPad was released because of the way the app store allowed magazine editors and publishers to offer their magazines in a digital format. Today the app store has many different magazine titles available and a number of dedicated apps for reading and viewing digital magazines on the iPad.
While technology giant Apple is currently very busy with the iPhone 5s and cheap iPhone, on the other hand is trying to bounce back the stock exchange shares. According to the rumors Apple’s first man, CEO Tim Cook is responsible for the fall of stock exchange share prices.
Apple announced financial results of the second quarter of 2013. The results were satisfactorily good for the iPhone and the iPad side. According to the announcement, 37.4 million iPhones (35.1 million sold in the 2nd quarter of 2012) and 19.5 million in the iPad (11.8 million sold in the 2nd quarter of 2012) have sold. With these numbers, we can see an incredible growth in tablet market.
According to IDC Apple market share grew to 25.1 percent worldwide in 2012.
iPad accessories can turn the iPad from an ordinary tablet into an extraordinary tablet. There are numerous accessories available, and each serves a different purpose and function. Soon after the original iPad was released in 2010 developers and designers quickly went to work towards creating, designing and producing many different types of accessories. The most popular iPad accessories include cases, keyboards, speakers and headrest mounts.
Protecting your iPad is important because of the high costs associated with purchasing a new one or repairing a damaged one. Purchasing an iPad case is a quick, easy and economical way to protect your iPad and keep it in good shape. Cases some in all types of varieties, although for best protection look for cases made of polycarbonate. Some cases also double as keyboards with a protective case on the backside and an integrated keyboard on the front. Here are the 2 most popular iPad case picks from iPhonePedia:
As one of the most popular and best-selling tablets on the market today, people have found literally thousands of uses for the iPad. Popular uses include for entertainment, business, social media and educational. This article will focus particularly on the educational aspect of the iPad, and how it is being used in schools around the United States to help kids learn faster and more effectively.
History of iPad Use in the Classroom
Even though the iPad was only released 3 years ago it is already finding its way into classrooms in the United States. Teachers, parents and educational professionals realize that kids learn more effectively and quickly when they can use technology to learn. Many realize the days of a chalkboard and paper/pencil combination is coming to an end as the iPad and other tablets make their way forward. It has been proven in various studies that kids who use iPads in the classroom are better able to retain the information they learn, and they are better at putting the information to use in the real world and on tests.
Why iPads are used in Education
The iPad is one of the most popular tablets on the market today for a variety of reasons. There are numerous accessories that go along with the iPad such as covers, keyboards, headphones and more. A very important and popular accessory among iPad owners are styli. These are virtual pens which allow you to use the iPad as if it were a piece of virtual paper. Drawing and writing with the stylus is easier than using your finger, and allows for complete control over what you’re writing or drawing.
History of Stylus
Stylus have been in use for decades, as they were first used on BlackBerry phones and other early PDA type devices to make it easier to select options on the menu or select something in particular. A stylus is an instrument that resembles a pen. It is used to manipulate the touchscreen of smartphones and tablets to make selecting small items easier. It can also be used with a variety of apps on the iPad that allow for drawing and sketching. The stylus is great to use if you have abnormally large fingers, or shaky hands that make it difficult to use the touch screen normally.
Apple has been known to come up with a wide array of technology and innovation through the years. They were one of the first companies to make a personal computer that was accepted and purchased by the masses, and they were the creators of the enormously popular iPod, iPad and iPhone devices. Apple has recently unveiled their Retina Display on a select number of devices. A retina display is in theory one in which the user can notice no pixilation of an image at a given distance.
What is Retina Display?
While the current iOS 6 system used on all of Apple’s modern devices was released recently there are already rumors swirling around about the next installment of the iOS series. iOS 7 is currently scheduled for release sometime in September or October of 2013, although the exact date of release is currently unknown. There are many expectations related to the new OS, especially what the next system will feature and if the maps feature from iOS 6, which was mostly a failure will be fixed.
History of iOS
eBooks are digital books that can be read on the iPad. They can be purchased from the app store and downloaded onto your iPad for later reading. There are numerous types of books available for purchasing, with almost every single popular paperback book having a digital version as well.
The History of iPad Books
The history of iPad books date back many decades, with the first eBooks originating in the 1980s and 1990s. In 1992 Sony launched their Data Discman, which was capable of displaying print from electronic books stored on CDs. eBooks never became popular until the advent of the internet in the late 90s, which made it much easier to sell, purchase and distribute eBooks among internet users. The eBook and iPad book revolution took off in the late 2000s after the advent of the Amazon Kindle and the iPad, which could display eBooks in extremely high resolutions.
App Store iBooks