In addition to carrier options, U.K. residents will be able to pick up Apple's latest iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 at the Apple Store and through high-end retailer John Lewis. Both new iPad models will be available starting October 22 in the U.K. and John Lewis will open select stores early to sell Apple's popular tablets.
Apple has issued a statement regarding the attacks on iCloud.com, originally reported yesterday. Apple says that they are aware of the attacks, and they outline steps that users can take to make sure they are secure when using the iCloud website. Apple says a little about the security measures for the website, and details what you should see when logging into iCloud on Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.
Reports are coming in that people who pre-ordered the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 tablets from the Apple online store last week have received notifications that their orders are being shipped and they could arrive in some people's hands as soon as Wednesday.
When new tablets like the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini-3 hit the market one of the hardest decisions we face is whether or not to upgrade from our current model to the latest and greatest. If you have unlimited funds, you can just buy everything, all the time. Most of us don't, however, so we need to check out the new features, see how they compare to what we already have, and decide if the difference is worth the price of an entirely new device, a price that starts at $399 and goes up considerably from there. So, what's the difference between your current iPad and the new ones, and is there value enough to justify the upgrade cost?
Infuse, an app for watching videos in a variety of formats, has been updated to version 3.0 with support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with a host of other new features. These include DTS and DTS-HD audio and more ways to watch videos on your device.
I've recently taken a deeper step into the connected world. A step that some will describe as being interesting, and that some will describe as being crazy. To be honest, as happy as I am since I have taken this step, I have to admit that I fall on both the interesting and crazy sides myself. Before getting any further, I should mention that the "step" I took was implanting an NFC chip in my hand.
Google Play Music today not only looks better thanks to an incoming update to Material Design, it's about to sound better, too. Google has announced that it's adding in curation from Songza, which it acquired earlier this year. Songza's claim to fame has been its wealth of curation, which offers up playlists based on activities — from "ballroom dancing" to "getting lucky" to "yoga' — and moods — "aggressive," "earthy," "visceral" and the like — to custom fit what you're listening to.
Blue Microphones has announced the Yeti Studio, and all-in-one audio recording system for your Mac. The system includes Blue's Yeti microphone, as well as software designed to get the most out of it. The Yeti mic lets you record with four different patterns to get the best sound whatever your need.
Continuity Keypad is a new utility, currently in beta, for your Mac designed to help you place phone calls using OS X Yosemite's new ability to make calls through your iPhone. It's dead simple, just a giant keypad right on your Mac.
T-Mobile will begin to take pre-orders for its iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 models on Wednesday, October 22, and the carrier has already set up a registration page on its site to help sent out alerts to people when those pre-orders actually begin.
We've gathered together some great discounts on iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps, accessories, and devices for you today.
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The iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3 come in three different storage sizes — 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB. Picking between them can be the hardest buying decision a new iPad owner has to make. That's because App Store apps are getting larger, media files are becoming more accessible than ever, and the functionality of our iPads keeps getting better. All of this comes at the price of storage space. This is why choosing a storage size that matches your particular use case is so important. The last thing you want to do is get the dreaded out of space error after only a few months of owning your new iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3. Luckily that's where iMore comes in! From start to finish, we can walk you through what you can expect to get out of each iPad storage size!