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Phorm case for iPad mini

The Phorm case adds physical keys to your iPad mini screen

The newly revealed Phorm case for the iPad mini will create disappearing physical key-hump things over the tablet's touchscreen keyboard, and in theory offer what the developers at Tactus hope is a better typing experience. Phorm is a two part case, with one part that goes on the back and...
Alfred Remote gives you a remote launchbar for your Mac

Alfred Remote gives you a remote launchbar for your Mac

Since my early Mac-using days, I've been an avid shortcuts user — keyboard commands, QuickKeys, launchbars, you name it. I probably use my keyboard more than my trackpad for navigating through programs and windows, though I've grown to love the multitouch gestures for swiping screens on my 11-...
i worry about apple watch. wearables are still such an unproven market. apple watch isnt a wearable. its a breakable!

Comic: Apple's truly smashing fashion statement

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: A Truly Smashing Fashion Statement.
BabyTalk program uses iPads to help children with cochlear implants learn to talk

BabyTalk initiative uses iPads to help children with cochlear implants learn to talk

Accessibility, and the use of technology in helping people live better lives, has always been an important focus for Apple. A recent profile shows another amazing example of this at work: A toddler who was born deaf is learning how to talk by remotely connecting him to a speech therapist some...
This is how the iPad changed music for Elliphant

This is how the iPad changed music for Elliphant

Apple has released a new video and promotion for the iPad, focusing on how it can be used to make music, and make the world a more musical place. The video features the song "All or Nothing" by Elliphant, more specifically, the Riton iPad Remix featuring The Gaslamp Killer. From Apple:...
Apple and the agents of change

Apple and the agents of change

Ed: Welcome to iMore's new author spotlight column, The Network. Every Friday, we'll be bringing you the perspective and charm of the best and brightest minds in the Apple community. To start us off, we're thrilled to have the one, the only, the incomparable Jason Snell. After spending 17 years...
FiftyThree's Paper tools are now free -- draw to your heart's content

FiftyThree's Paper tools are now free -- draw to your heart's content

There are a ton of veritable sketching, drawing, and handwriting apps out and about on the App Store, but the one that holds a special place in my dock is FiftyThree's Paper. The app's won many a convert for its excellent drawing tools, previously encumbered by an $8 in-app purchase; as of...
How the iPad Air 2 became Federico Viticci's main computer

How the iPad Air 2 became Federico Viticci's main computer

We recently did our iPad Air 2: three months later roundtable, chatting about why and what we liked about Apple's latest tablet. Federico Viticci has done his own three-month iPad Air review for MacStories, aptly titled "Why the iPad Became My Main Computer": There's a big difference between...
What if the iPad ran iPad OS?

What if the iPad ran iPad OS?

The Apple Watch runs WatchOS. It's a stripped down version of iOS, optimized for a much smaller screen and much smaller battery. It also has its own, distinctive look and feel, including its own take on the Home screen, its own interaction methods like the digital crown and force touch, and its...
iPad Air 2 and iPhone 6 Plus

Get an iPhone, iPad and service for both from Sprint starting at just $100 a month

Sprint is launching a new bundle promotion that will allow buyers to get both an iPhone and iPad for one monthly contract price. The starting price for the limited time offer is $100 a month for the 16GB iPhone 6 and the 16GB iPad Mini 3. CNET reports on the specifics this new promotional...
How to quickly get directions to any address on your iPhone

How to quickly get directions to any address on your iPhone

Apple's taken a bunch of steps in the past few years to make it easier to find directions for any given address, including data detectors that intelligently make addresses tappable in Messages, Maps search suggestions in Safari, and more. But the system isn't perfect, and I often find myself...
Big Game Day Sale! Save 15% on all iPhone and iPad accessories

Big Game Day Sale! Save 15% on all iPhone and iPad accessories

It's time to gear up and buckle down for this weekend's big game! No matter what team you're rooting for this year, we can all agree that 15% off all accessories here at the iMore Store is a pretty sweet deal. We've got cases, chargers, screen protectors, etc. for the hottest Apple devices...
The iPad unveiling, five years later

The iPad unveiling, five years later

Five years ago this week — January 27, 2010 to be precise — Steve Jobs put sneaker to stage to show off what he himself considered to be one of the most important products of his life. The Mac had been introduced decades before, the iPhone only a few years, yet on that stage, at that event,...
How to upload and edit DSLR photos on your iPad

How to upload and edit DSLR photos on your iPad

Working for iMore has gotten me to once again appreciate my good old Canon DSLR. For the last few years, my poor camera often ended up hidden in a corner, making an appearance only when my iPhone wouldn't do or for special vacations. With smartphone cameras so good these days, it's been hard to...
Comics: The Guardians of the Stylii

Comics: The Guardians of the Stylii

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. This week: The Guardians of the Stylii. Read more comics from the Pixel Project on iMore.com.
Here's why Apple might make a stylus for the iPad

Here's why Apple might make a stylus for the iPad

There's been a lot of talk lately about styluses — specifically, an Apple-branded stylus pen that might ship alongside the rumored iPad Pro. As an artist, frequent note-taker, and all-around scribbler, I've wanted a Wacom-esque pressure-sensitive stylus since the iPad's release. I wrote about...
iPad Air 2 review: Three months later

iPad Air 2 review: Three months later

The iPad Air 2 took Apple's thinnest and lightest full-sized tablet ever and made it even thinner and lighter. It also laminated the screen to make the pixels look like they were floating inside the glass, added Touch ID, and 8 megapixel iSight camera, and introduced the Apple A8X — a custom...
At the Core: My iPad sketchbook dilemma

At the Core: My iPad sketchbook dilemma

This past weekend, I participated in the MIT Mystery Hunt, a delightfully zany three-day puzzle competition that asks its hunters to solve all manner of crosswords, ciphers, logic puzzles, rebuses, and more. Though my team expressly goes in with little interest in winning the hunt, it's a great...
How to purchase an iTunes gift card instantly with Siri

How to instantly purchase an iTunes gift card using Siri

Siri is useful for all kinds of things, including quickly sending an iTunes gift card. Wait, what? You didn't know that? Well, neither did I, not until this week! Whether you forget that birthday or just want to give a random gift of kindness, Siri can help you do it quickly and easily. All you...
Animagic iPads take over Apple Retail

Animagic iPads take over Apple Retail

Apple Retail often puts up clever, imaginative displays to show off their products, and this "animagic" iPad display is one of the cleverest and most imaginative yet. It features five iPad Air 2 tablets, each with a distinctively colored Smart Cover — blue, green, pink, red, and yellow — that...

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