Tag Archives: iPad

TiP Daily: Nov 15, 2012 [VID]

TiP Daily Nov 15, 2012: Google’s native Maps app is in the final stages of testing before submission to the App Store, we have a full written review of the new 4th generation iPad with Retina display, and more! – Google Maps app: http://tinyurl.com/co3hoys – iPad 4 review: http://tinyurl.com/clxdles – iPad mini…

4th gen iPad: 9.7 inches of perfection [Review]

10 days ago, I brought you my initial thoughts on Apple’s latest iPad, the 4th generation. Now, I’ve spent over two weeks with the device, and I feel like I’ve seen enough to bring you my full review, and as you may have judged from the feature image, it’s very good news. Before I get into the nitty gritty, I’d like to suggest that the score I’ve given…

Flipboard updated with iBook store discovery section

I’ve already made public my love for the Flipboard app, especially on the iPad mini. The program lends itself perfectly to the smaller form factor of Apple’s latest tablet. And, it’s just become even more useful. Flipboard’s developers have teamed up with Apple to add an iBooks discovery channel within the app, simply titles “books”. In true Flipboard…

TiP Daily: Nov 14, 2012 [VID]

Jake Rosati

TiP Daily Nov 14, 2012: Apple officially confirmed plans to open a retail location in Brazil, Cam takes a look at the newest Need for Speed title to hit the App Store, and more! – iPad mini doesn’t cannibalize iPad: http://tinyurl.com/a74jynd – Need for Speed: Most Wanted: http://tinyurl.com/a6oacgv – Apple Store in…

Sky+ iPad app updated: Features remote control and DVR scheduling

After a glimpse earlier in the year, the Sky+ app for iPad has finally been updated to version 4.0! As a British iPad user with Sky+, this is pretty awesome news. The update rolled out 2 days ago, and brought with it several new features. First up, Remote control. Now, the app provides all the functional controls required to operate your Sky+ box as…

iPad mini doesn’t cannibalize demand, it creates it

Way back before the iPad mini was announced, analysts and market observers slaved away, crunched some numbers, and came to the conclusion that the – then speculated – device would cannibalize the demand for its bigger brother. Some estimates of this cannibalization rate were as high as 50%, whereas the more common and feasible predictions were in the 10-20%…