We have seen the future of holograms, and it includes the Holocube HC Tablet. This gadget essentially transforms your iPad Air 2 into a holographic projector, thanks to a transparent synthetic mirror with a solid hinge at a 45° angle that captures moving media on the screen. Images are seemingly projected onto thin air. It's crafted with a thin aluminum fingerprint-resistant housing to ensure that the iPad's sleek aesthetic minimalist designed isn't ruined. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.
We have seen the future of Apple, and it might include an all-in-one device that would have the power of an iMac, combined with the portability of the iPad. The LightMac may seem far-fetched right now, but just imagine being able to throw a Mac Mini-sized device with modular accessories into your suitcase whilst traveling. After arriving, simple attach external modules depending on what kind of power you may need - extra hard drives, a projector, etc. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
You've probably seen enough of the 12-inch MacBook Air in recent weeks, but 3D modeling extraordinaire Martin Hajek has unveiled his latest work, the rumored 12-inch iPad Pro. However, this isn't your typical render, as he decided to put it side-by-side next to the laptop to show just how large the tablet really is. There's no fancy colors this time around, but the work is top notch to say the least. Continue reading for more images - click the "zoom" button on the gallery to view any of the images in full-size.
Compatible with the iPad Air, the iPad Air 2, and iPad mini, the Wikipad Gamevice connects via the Lightning connector and be available in four different models - each of those comes with two battery size options: an 800 mAH ($99.99) or 1,600 mAH. Slip your device into this accessory, and you'll gain PlayStation / Xbox-like controls - A / B / Y / X face buttons, two bumpers, two triggers, a D-pad and two analog stick. Continue reading for more hands-on pictures and information.
Sure, the iPad is great for many things, but photography isn't one of the, or at least in public. For example, this person at The Louvre in Paris, France apparently forgot their smartphone and / or camera, but happened to have an iPad on them. If you haven't already noticed, the Mona Lisa isn't a very large painting, so by merely holding up an iPad, you're probably blocking the view of 30+ people standing behind you. Continue reading for more reasons why you should avoid taking pictures with an iPad if at all possible.
Priced from $399, the iPad Mini 3 is not much different from its predecessor, aside from the new gold color and TouchID fingerprint sensor. Other features include: 7.9-inch (4:3 aspect ratio) Retina display, an A7 CPU with 64-bit architecture, and a 5.0-megaipxel iSight camera. Pre-orders begin October 17th and will begin shipping October 24th. Continue reading for more hands-on pictures, a video overview and additional information.
Measuring in at just 6.1mm thick, Apple's iPad Air 2 is now the world's thinnest tablet. It features a 9.7" (2048 x 1536) display, 64-bit A8X chip (based on iPhone 6 version), 8.0-megapixel iSight camera, 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD camera, 10-hour battery life, TouchID fingerprint-sensor, and Apple Pay integration. Available at the end of this month, priced from $499. Continue reading for a hands-on video, more pictures and additional information.
It's confirmed, Apple will be holding an official press event on October 16, and the new iPads, along with Retina iMacs are purportedly going to be announced. Here's a first look at the iPad Air 2, which is half a millimeter thinner than the current generation, at 7mm, and boasts a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. There's also a rumor saying that Apple is working on a 12-inch iPad that will be released next year. Continue reading for more images and information.
There's nothing wrong with using a tablet in certain high school / college classes that require it, but when an elementary school student decides to use one for gaming or social media purposes during a lecture, this teacher did something you'd never expect...expect them to solve a math problem to unlock it. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a mind-boggling viral video of Norway.
Michael Oneal from San Francisco, CA United States took home 1st Place in the 2014 iPhone Photography contest for the Animals category with this amazing shot of a fox. The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) first began back in 2007 and is the first and longest running photography competition dedicated exclusively to smartphone photography with an Apple device. The IPPAWARDS receives thousands of entries from photographers around the world that submit their images across seventeen categories, such as: Animals, Architecture, Children, Sunsets, Travel and Trees. Their images can't be edited in Photoshop or any other desktop post processing program, but iPhone and iPad apps, like Snapseed, are allowed. Continue reading for more.