Likely due to the revamped layout and added features within iOS 7, the adoption rate for Apple's relatively new operating system is moving along more rapidly than the previous generation.
Apple is reportedly testing five different versions of a 12.9-inch tablet with a view to launching two models with different resolutions in 2014. Apple has of course confirmed nothing, though a slew of similar reports recently suggest something's going on.
Looking for something to transform your rectangular slab of mainstream electronics into a flying robot? You might be out of luck, but there are some seriously impressive, useful, weird, and wonderful iPad accessories out there. Here are our favorites.
With consumers beginning to think about what gifts to get loved ones, Apple is hoping to grab a few extra sales for its iPad with a new section on its website showing off the myriad of ways in which people use its popular tablet.
BBM got 10 million downloads in its first 24 hours when it launched for Android and iOS last month, though iPod Touch and Wi-Fi-only iPad users were left out. An update rolled out Thursday, however, means everyone's now invited to the BBM party.
Discover the iPad Air tips and tricks that may have passed you by. We’ve got ideas for beginners and veterans, designed to ensure your iPad experience is every bit as good as Apple intended.
William-Sonoma might not be the first place you'd look for an iPad stand, but its latest is a boon for the kitchen-challenged.
Amid growing fears over electronic surveillance, the UK government has banned the use of iPad tablets from its confidential meetings, and has apparently issued ministers with soundproof, lead-lined boxes in which to store smartphones.
Have you wondered if there's a way to get your kid interested in robotics, engineering and programming? You might want to check out a start-up by the name of Play-i, which aims to do just that.
Attempting to take advantage of the tablet as a source of entertainment for small children, Disney will be rolling out a new show on the mobile space first before airing episodes on television.
Ebooks are clearly superior to paper books. So why do we still want to have physical libraries that take up space, are a pain to move, and have only a fraction of the features that tablets and other ebook readers have?