iPads and e-readers may soon to be persona grata during all portions of flights, the new Apple TV contains minor improvements over its predecessor, and Foxconn says it won't sue over an inaccurate story.
Whether you already have a new iPad in hand, are waiting anxiously for its arrival at your doorstep, or are seriously considering purchasing Apple's latest tablet, let the Macworld editors help you get to know the third-generation iPad with our iPad Starter Guide (Third Edition), now available for download for $3.99 from the iBookstore.
A European Union official says that Apple and five ebook publishers must address all the European Commission's antitrust concerns before any settlement can be reached.
Former Apple exec Ron Johnson is in the spotlight, Apple brings the curtain down on any idea of a "Kindle threat," and iTunes Match now allows for encore performances of some movies.
Macworld's April 2012 magazine feature, 12 Things Every iPhone and iPad User Should Know, is now available on the iBookstore for $2.99. The feature has been redesigned using iBooks Author for iBooks 2, and features exclusive videos and other multimedia elements.
The Wall Street Journals says the Department of Justice has warned Apple and five U.S. book publishers that it is planning to file lawsuits against them for allegedly colluding to fix the prices of e-books.
Updates to five iOS apps add support for the Retina display on the forthcoming iPad. And iBooks and Remote add a few other noteworthy features.
Bookle is a simple and easy way to read ePubs on your Mac, though it currently lacks more-advanced features such as search and annotations.
If iPad owners found their Spidey-senses tingling on Tuesday afternoon, it was for good reason: Marvel announced it was making 80 graphic novels featuring Spider Man, the X-Men, Captain America, and other popular characters available in Apple's iBookstore.
Kirk McElhearn takes a look at several things about the iTunes Store that he'd like to see changed, fixed, or simply killed off.