Tag Archives: iPad Air

iPad Air 2 internal parts appear online

New photos posted this morning by French blog iPhonote claim to show internal parts from the next-gen iPad Air. The parts claim to show the new GPS antenna, WiFi chip, and microphone. This isn’t the first iPad Air 2 leak we’ve seen, as just recently parts that claimed to show the chassis were posted, although all signs point to the next-gen Air to have…

SurfacePad for iPad Air – The Smart Case Apple should have made [Review]

In an accessories market where every manufacturer is desperately churning out all kinds of plastic covers and shells for every popular device on the market in a frantic attempt to grab that tiny bit more market share, it’s refreshing to still have a company that focusses only on one. A company that cares about attention to detail, and approaches the…

iPad Air 2 rear shell leaked, no major changes shown

We’re pretty used to Apple’s release cycles by now. With iOS devices we don’t expect brand new designs every year. In most cases, we get a new look once every two years. Sometimes three. And the latest leak seemingly confirms the pattern is still in full force. Chinese social network Weibo has leaked an image of what is purported to be the next iPad…

Apple announces TD-LTE enabled iPads for China Mobile

When it was announced late last year that Apple would be partnering with China Mobile to sell the iPhone, it was great news for both companies, as China Mobile would be getting one of the most popular smartphones ever, and Apple would get a chance to sell its device on the largest carrier in the world. However, one issue encountered was that China Mobile’s…

iOS 7.1 points to two updated iPad models

Shortly after iOS 7.1 landed on iDevices across the globe, some code was dug up that suggests Apple has released, is working on, or is going to release a couple of new iPad models. Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac speculates that it’s more than likely two slightly updated, and minor hardware refreshes. iPad 4,6 and iPad 4,3 haven’t shown up in log files before…