If you’ve been following Apple news lately you know that today is the release of Apple’s iPad Air. Reviews hit the web late last week and were overwhelmingly positive. The iPad Air is a significant redesign, coming in at 20% thinner (7.5 mm) and 28% lighter (1.0 pound) while sporting the new A7 chip. Unlike its little brother, the iPad mini with Retina display, the iPad Air’s supply is expected to be very high for its launch. As of 10:00 AM EST you can still order from Read the rest of this entry »
Spotlight has always been a quick and easy way to search for hundreds of apps, contacts, and messages on your iOS device. Prior to iOS 7, a swipe left from your main home screen would bring you to the search box. There you could type in any word and a list of files from your device would appear. This was a problem when you were on your third or forth page of apps, however. Apple has now made this feature a lot more convenient in iOS 7. Read the rest of this entry »
Tomorrow is one of the biggest days in the world of tech. Love ’em or hate ’em, Apple will hold their annual iPhone event at their headquarters in Cupertino tomorrow at 10 am PST/1 PM EST. One thing we know for sure is that it will dominate the news cycle tomorrow. For months now the rumor mills have been churning. What do we know, what do we think we know, and what are we hoping for? Let’s discuss. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re like me and have been counting down the days until you can slay some zombies again the wait is officially over! PvZ 2 is ready for your enjoyment. BRAINS!
For the better half of the last year Wall Street has been abuzz about Apple losing its luster. It seems like an eternity ago when Apple’s stock price was hovering around the $700 mark. A slow first 8 months of 2013 product wise caused the stock to briefly slip under the $400 mark. Then, to the delight of Apple shareholders everywhere, came news of billionaire investor Carl Icahn and his reported 1 billion dollar stake in Apple. The long elusive $500 mark was hit today, before closing just shy of it. Here are 3 reasons why all the doom and gloom around Apple’s long term viability is terribly shortsighted: Read the rest of this entry »