This week’s roundup of iOS accessories offers new-school music creation, old-school telephone handsets, and listening solutions galore.
Customers didn't show up in as great a number as they have for more recent Apple product launches, but the people waiting to get their hands on a new iPad mini are enthusiastic about the latest tablet out of Cupertino.
Like games? Music? Being organized? How about hearing William Shatner read poetry? We've got you covered.
Owners of third-generation iPads are trading in those tablets to prepare for (and pay for) Friday’s launch of both the iPad mini and the fourth-generation iPad.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories offers better ways to write on, power up, or type when using your iPhone or iPad.
Telestream’s ScreenFlow, the much-lauded app for creating computer tutorial videos, has been upgraded with new features that make it easier to dazzle viewers and communicate important information.
If you haven’t already ordered that iPad mini you want, prepare to settle in for a wait: Shipping times on the new tablets are slipping already.
With the launch of the iPad mini, some observers expect Apple's tablets to pour into schools. But in a time of recession-squeezed budgets, where will the money come from? Joel Mathis investigates how schools are finding funds.
Get organized! Or get zombified! Either way, this week’s roundup of iPhone and iPad apps has you covered.
That didn’t take long. Within hours of Apple’s announcement Tuesday of the iPad mini, accessory makers began announcing products that would go perfectly with the new device.
Pocket, the iOS app and Web service for saving Web content to read later, introduced a Mac app on Thursday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook came to Tuesday’s media event armed with numbers to demonstrate his company’s continued dominance. The biggest number? In the month since its release, iOS 6 has been downloaded to more than 200 million devices.
The popular BusyCal calendar application for Mac has been upgraded with an overhauled user interface, compatibility with Mountain Lion, and improved iCloud support.
This week’s collection of apps include new ways to navigate the world, as well as new options for destroying the planet in your home movies.
As you’d expect, accessories for the iPhone 5 are trickling out, and this week there are couple of new products that will help your new iPhone’s camera see farther and better. But there’s also plenty of other gear for making art or listening to music on your iOS device.