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4 years ago

Wi-Fi version of the new iPad cleared for sale in China

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Wi-Fi version of the new iPad cleared for sale in China

Though Apple hasn't announced when (or if) the new iPad will be coming to China, the Wi-Fi model has recently passed through the China Quality Certification Center.

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4 years ago

Survey says Siri use consistent, but limited among iPhone 4S owners

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Survey says Siri use consistent, but limited among iPhone 4S owners

A recent survey of 482 iPhone 4S owners by Parks Asspociates found that 87% used Siri monthly, while a third used it daily to make calls, send SMS messages, and make web searches.

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4 years ago

SGP Kuel H10 stylus pen review (or: How I win at Draw Something)

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SGP Kuel H10 stylus pen review (or: How I win at Draw Something)

SGP Kuel H10 is a compact, convenient, capacitive stylus for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It's made from a special silicon with high polymer abrasion-resistant coating, which SGP says allows for smooth touch and incredible control. In my experience it's the multitouch sensors in iOS devices themselves that are the limiting factor when it comes to any stylus, but SGP has certainly made a pen to be proud of.

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4 years ago

Gannet arms their print and broadcast journalists with iPhones and iPads

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Gannet arms their print and broadcast journalists with iPhones and iPads

Back in December, 2011, Gannett armed their print and broadcast journalists with iPhones and iPads. Now, with over 1,000 iOS devices now in the hands of their print and broadcast journalists, they're combining traditional broadcast equipment with some of the best in mobile technology. At this point, the iPhones and iPads have become an essential requirement in the day-today operations throughout the Gannett organization.

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4 years ago

Turn your photos into beautiful storyboards with PicFrame for iPhone and iPad

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Turn your photos into beautiful storyboards with PicFrame for iPhone and iPad

I have been impatiently waiting for my favorite iPad photography apps to update for the new iPad's Retina display, and a great one for creating collages finally has -- PicFrame. PicFrame is universal for both iPhone and iPad and comes with 60 frames, or as Photographers call them, storyboards.

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4 years ago

The new iPad (2012) community report card

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The new iPad (2012) community report card

By now you've read our highly detailed iMore new iPad review, and the reality-checking Mobile Nations new iPad round-table, so there's only one part of our trifecta left -- your take. That's right, the most important thing at the end of the day is what you, the iMore community thinks of the new iPad. How does Apple's latest tablet meet your expectations and serve your needs. To find out and to give you your say, we ran several polls and you started several forum threads.

Here are the results to date.

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4 years ago

Foxconn short 20,000 factory workers to make iPhone 5

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Foxconn short 20,000 factory workers to make iPhone 5

Now that the new iPad is out the door, Foxconn has started hiring to build the next iPhone. According to fresh reports, Foxconn is short 20,000 pairs of hands to handle Apple's production demands for the iPhone 5 (or whatever it's going to be called).

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4 years ago

How's the battery life on your new iPad?

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How's the battery life on your new iPad?

Now that you've had some time to get used to your new iPad, how long is it lasting you? Our review shows that we've got about 9 hours of usage on the LTE model, and that's consistent with Apple's listed lifespan, as well as the results found in AnandTech's testing.

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4 years ago

The new iPad is also the ultimate mobile hotspot: It can run 24 hours straight when tethering LTE

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The new iPad is also the ultimate mobile hotspot: It can run 24 hours straight when tethering LTE

The Verizon version of the new iPad can run 25.3 hours straight with the LTE hotspot feature enabled, according to recent testing. Though this was done on the Verizon model, we've enjoyed similar results on our new iPad running on the Rogers network.

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4 years ago

Draw Something review: The best way to show bad art

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Draw Something review: The best way to show bad art

Draw Something has been a whirlwind success over the last month, culminating in the purchase of its developer, OMGPOP, by Zynga earlier this week. Draw Something's popularity is really pretty astonishing, considering how simple the game is. If you haven't had a chance to try it out, here's the premise: you draw something, and your friend tries to guess what it is.

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4 years ago

Apple rumored to be planning iOS support for Chinese search engine Baidu

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Apple rumored to be planning iOS support for Chinese search engine Baidu

Search giant Baidu owns roughly 87% of of the huge Chinese market, and according to rumors, Apple could be planning to add support for their service to a future version of iOS. Sina Tech is reporting that, according to their "knowledgable sources", Baidu integration could come as early as next month. Tech in Asia translates and encapsulates:

Apparently, Baidu’s cloud and mobile chief Li Mingyuan hinted at this during the launch of Baidu’s cloud storage service last week, saying that the company already had a comprehensive cooperation agreement with Apple in China.

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4 years ago

Apple reportedly offers other handset makers a royalty-free license for nano-SIM

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4 years ago

Stylishly dock any generation iPhone and iPad, with or without a case, with Billet Dock

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Stylishly dock any generation iPhone and iPad, with or without a case, with Billet Dock

The Billet Dock is a Kickstarter project that aims to make the ultimate iPad and iPhone dock. The billet dock can hold different generations of devices, no matter the difference in thickness, and can even hold them even if they're in cases.

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