iOS: Yahoo Weather is our favourite weather app for the iPhone, and today it gets an update with support for the iPad. Alongside that, it also gets some new animations and other minor improvements.
Qantas’ Q Streaming in-flight entertainment option provides an iPad for every passenger to watch a selection of TV shows and movies, streamed to the device via a special on-board Wi-Fi network. Be warned, however — unless you supply your own headphones, you’re not going to get anything resembling decent audio. Here’s why.
If you just acquired up a new iPad Air or an iPad Mini, or if you’re shopping for someone who has, you’ll want a case for it to make sure it’s safe and protected. You have options whether it’s a rugged case you require, a soft case with pockets, or a keyboard case. Here are five of the best, based on your nominations.
Since the iPad Mini with Retina Display went on sale last week, some users have reported problems with ‘ghosting’, where impressions of images remain visible on the tablet screen. Developer Marco Arment offers a simple test to determine if your new device has the problem.
iOS: Day One is one of the most gorgeous journalling apps out there. Today, it updates with a few new features as well as a new, iOS 7-friendly skin.
Having promised a mid-November release, Apple quietly put the iPad Mini with Retina Display on sale tonight. This is what you’ll pay in Australia and how it compares to US pricing.
Apple’s latest tablet, the iPad Air, goes on sale today. If you don’t want to buy one outright, all three major carriers are offering SIM-equipped models on contact plans. We’ve rounded up all the options in an interactive Planhacker table so you can compare.
iOS: If drawing out your ideas or sketching diagrams on your iPad is the way you brainstorm, Conojo can accommodate you. It’s designed to help you whiteboard freely, and it has tools to draw, expand on and export your ideas.
Apple will release a slimmer, faster iPad, the iPad Air, on 1 November and an iPad Mini with retina display later that month — and Australia will be the first country in the world to see them. If you’re ready for an iPad upgrade, here’s what you’ll pay. No steep Australia tax on these, thank goodness, unlike the Mac Pro — though the older iPad 2 has gone up in price!