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iPad 3 Will Have HD Display and LTE-Enabled

Now here’s a very interesting bit of news about the next iPad coming from a very reputable source. Bloomberg is reporting that the iPad 3 which Apple is eyeing to release in March will feature a high-definition screen, faster processor and will be running on the next-generation wireless networks (read: ...

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Apple announces iBooks 2 with Interactive Textbooks for iPad

At its ongoing Education Event, Apple has just announced the availability of iBooks 2 together with a new interactive experience in textbook reading. iBooks 2 is available now as a free download from the App Store, so you don’t have to search for “iBooks 2″ to get the app installed ...

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PadGadget Daily App Deal – 29 iPad Apps on Sale

PadGadget Daily App Deal – 29 iPad Apps on Sale

For today’s Daily Deal we’ve found 29 great apps to add to your iPad collection.  We have 6 productivity / entertainment apps and 23 game apps in today’s bundle. We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app ...

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Rite Aid and CVS Disable Apple Pay at In-Store Payment Systems Nationwide

Last Monday, Apple launched its mobile payment service for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices across the US. Apple Pay might be the first successful service of its kind thanks to its security and convenience

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Rite Aid and CVS Disable Apple Pay at In-Store Payment Systems Nationwide

Apple iPad Air 2 Benchmark Proves to be the Fastest iOS Device

Primate Labs recently released a new Geekbench report via Twitter showing the performance of the A8X processor chip housed inside the iPad Air 2. According to the results, Apple’s latest tablet is the fastest iOS device around. Plus, the iPad Air 2 is faster than any other tablet on the market by a significant amount, including the Android-based Nvidia Shield Tab, which previously held the crown

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Apple iPad Air 2 Benchmark Proves to be the Fastest iOS Device

PadGadget’s DIY iPad Project Spotlight: Kids’ iPad Costume for Halloween

Halloween is only about a week away. By now, most people have already, at least, figured out what their costume will be

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PadGadget’s DIY iPad Project Spotlight: Kids’ iPad Costume for Halloween

Final Release Version of Mojang’s Card Battler ‘Scrolls’ Expected Late Next Month

A small team in Mojang’s studio in Stockholm, Sweden has been quietly and unassumingly developing Scrolls , a card-based tactics battler, for over three years, always seemingly overshadowed by something else.

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Final Release Version of Mojang’s Card Battler ‘Scrolls’ Expected Late Next Month

OS X Yosemite Available Today, Your iPad and Mac are Connected

Back in June, when Apple first demonstrated the power of OS X Yosemite, I was floored. Not only does the new desktop operating system look amazing, but it also has incredible connectivity with iOS.

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OS X Yosemite Available Today, Your iPad and Mac are Connected

Apple Unveils iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, Available for Preorder Oct. 17

Apple just unveiled its new line of ipad Air and iPad mini tablets. The big news is the small size

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Apple Unveils iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, Available for Preorder Oct. 17

Apple’s Sapphire Glass Supplier Requests to ‘Wind Down’ Operations During Bankruptcy Hearing

Things just keep getting weirder for Apple’s U.S. sapphire glass supplier, GT Advanced Technology.

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Apple’s Sapphire Glass Supplier Requests to ‘Wind Down’ Operations During Bankruptcy Hearing

New Rumor Suggests Oct. 16 iPad Event

Re/code’s John Paczkowski may actually have a legitimate friend on the inside of Apple because he has been pretty dead on when it comes to correctly identifying rumors. Back in August, the tech writer revealed that Apple would hold the iPhone event on Sept. 9.

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New Rumor Suggests Oct. 16 iPad Event

Apple HealthKit Apps Begin Appearing in App Store

After a tumultuous couple of days, Apple was finally able to push an update to iOS 8 that fixed the fairly egregious error with causing iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners to lose cell service and Touch ID. By this morning, you were probably already prompted to update. Within a few hours of the update going live HealthKit created apps have started to appear in the App Store.

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Apple HealthKit Apps Begin Appearing in App Store

Apple May Be Integrating Beats Music into iTunes Radio, What About Subscribers?

Yesterday, TechCrunch dropped a pretty big rumor bomb on the tech world by claiming that Apple plans to shut down Beats Music, the company it paid $3 billion for earlier this year. Within the hour Re/code published a response stating that Apple won’t be shutting the service down, but instead may consider “changing the Beats Music brand.” That sounds like pretty much the same thing, to me. From both TechCrunch and Re/code, it sounds like the future of the streaming music service called “Beats Music” is in flux

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Apple May Be Integrating Beats Music into iTunes Radio, What About Subscribers?

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