Category Archives: iPad 2
Apple unveiled iOS 7 at the WWDC Keynote on Monday, where it showcased some of the major new features such as the completely redesigned user interface, Control Center,Notification Center with the Google Now-like feature called “Today”, iTunes Radio and lots more.
Unfortunately, Apple gave us a glimpse of what iOS 7 will look like on the iPhone and iPad and not the iPad. Apple also didn’t seed developers of its iOS Developer program the first beta version for the iPad.
So if you’re curious of what it will look like on the iPad, then check out the screenshots below.
After months of rumors and speculations, Apple unveiled iOS 7, the next generation mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch at the WWDC Keynote earlier today.
It features a completely redesigned user interface and new features such as Control Center, AirDrop for iOS, smarter multitasking and iTunes Radio.
Apple has announced that iOS 7 beta will be available to developers of iOS developer program today and released to the public later this fall. Are you wondering if it is compatible with your iOS device?
Here’s the list of devices that iOS 7 is compatible with:
AT&T customers scattered around the US have something to be happy about today — 4G LTE coverage was just switched on in their market areas. The company announced that the following markets can now access the 4G LTE network with their iPhone 5s, LTE-compatible iPads or iPad minis, and other compatible smartphones:
- Asheville, N.C.
- Casa Grande, Ariz.
- Culpepper, Va.
- Dover, Del.
- Fredericksburg, Va.
- Goldsboro, N.C.
- Leonardtown, Md.
- Linglestown, Pa.
- Longview, Wash.
- Ocean City, Md.
- Port Townsend-North Whidbey Island-Camano Island, Wash.
- Prince Frederick and Calvert County, Md.
- Roanoke, Va.
- Salem, Ore.
- Schenectady, N.Y.
- Shelton, Wash.
Those magnets in every iPad that allow the Smart Cover and Smart Case to attach securely have the ability to accidentally shut off implanted heart defibrillators if the iPad happens to be lying on the patient’s chest. According to a Bloomberg news report yesterday, that discovery was made by Gianna Chien, a 14-year-old high school freshman who presented the results of her science fair project to doctors at a meeting of the Heart Rhythm Society in Denver yesterday.
Well, to be fair, Chien probably just read the iPad user guide, where the warning is plainly written:
Rumors continue to fly about a budget priced iPhone. Although we here at TUAW remain completely agnostic on the likelihood of this product, we certainly can understand why Apple would benefit from a low-cost product — and not just for emerging markets like China.
Consider the iPad 2. It’s still for sale, with a budget price and great Apple engineering. The iPad 2 and the mini represent affordable products with high demand that consumers are choosing over high end features like Retina displays.