Apple plans to restore iPad sales with a new ad

Apple plans to restore iPad sales with a new ad

Apple’s iPad isn’t the top-selling tablet it once was, as sales have continued to drop over the past few years. In a bid to rally sales, Apple has introduced a new iPad ad campaign, titled “everything changes with iPad”. The latest ad from Apple aims to show how individuals can use the iPad to change the way they do things everyday.

You might want to return to a full-sized iPad

You might want to return to a full-sized iPad

If you’re on-trend and at the forefront of developments in the Apple range, you’ve long since switched your allegiance from what suddenly seems like a clunky, oversized iPad, and are using the sized-down iPad Mini. The changes almost echo the trend in pre-smartphone times, when smaller, smaller, smaller was all we were hungry for.

Duet Display Mirrors Mac Screen

iPad_Jan12_CWorking with two computer screens can prove to be quite useful in speeding up work processes and boosting efficiency and productivity. And while many people might not want to incur the expense of a large external monitor, or might lack the space for the addition, you no longer have to do so if you have an iPad.

Deauthorizing devices on iTunes

iPad_Dec2_CA common trend we see with Apple products is that once someone has purchased one device, they tend to purchase more. Because it is the holiday season, many people will be receiving a new iPad as a gift. If you do, you may need to deauthorize older devices in order to install already purchased apps on your new iPad.

Overview of the Air 2 and mini 3

iPad_Nov03_CApple usually prefers to launch new or updated mobile products with a flashy press conference and unveiling. They did this with the recent release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but oddly enough they didn’t do it when they announced two new iPads – the iPad mini 3 and the iPad Air 2. If you are looking for a new iPad, here is an overview of these two new devices.

Observing app battery usage on iOS 8

iPad_Oct07_CUsers who have an iPad 2 or newer are likely well aware of the fact that iOS 8 has been released, and many have probably already updated. While the new version of iOS does bring some interesting features, there are reports from some users that the battery is being drained far quicker than before they installed the update.

Subscribe to Office 365 from iPad

iPad_Seo08_CA common feature in many new apps is enabling users to purchase or subscribe to features in-app. This is especially true for developers like Microsoft and their Office for iPad apps which require a subscription in order to use the full versions. In a recent announcement from the Redmond tech giant, Office for iPad users can now subscribe via the app.

Finding apps on your iPad

iPad_Aug11_CThe app is arguably the most important part of the iPad. After all, it is the apps that give the device it’s unparalleled usability and features. A common issue many users come across though is that they often have a large number of apps and it can be tough to figure out what apps you have installed, or even to find all of your apps.

Facebook Messenger now on iPad

iPad_July14_CWith the adoption of social media platforms like Facebook and mobile devices like the iPad, we have seen the way we communicate change drastically in a few short years. Facebook realized this a while ago and introduced a stand-alone messenger app. The only thing is: the app was only optimized for the iPhone, until now that is.