With the new iPad Air, the question isn't whether or not the new tablet will fly or die. The question, rather, is whether or not you should upgrade from an older-gen iPad to the iPad air or to the iPad mini?
In truth, it all comes down to use cases.
There's no doubt that the new iPad air is the most powerful, speedy, and beautiful iPad to date.
Not only are the changes so small that we humans don’t notice them, they’re so small as to be mechanically irrelevant. We know this because most cases designed to fit the iPad 2 will comfortably fit the iPad 3.
Over a decade after porting its QuickBooks desktop software to the web, Intuit is finally addressing the needs of its small business owner user base with the launch of a version of the QuickBooks application for iPad. The app has been designed from the ground-up to take advantage of the tablet’s screen size and feature set.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: MobilityApple will release its new small tablet, more likely to be called the iPad Air than the iPad Mini, on 23 October. Apple is getting in early to take some of the gloss off the launch of Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface tablet two days later.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Fuzzy LogicThe much rumoured iPad mini is about to be unveiled, and despite the expectation it will arrive with some new Mac brethren, the iPad mini or potential iPad Air is the big small-screen wonder everyone’s talking about!