The Wallee range of cases and mounts now makes provision for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the new iPad.
REVIEW: The new iPad is very, very good. Let's not beat around the bush. It's clearly easily arguably the very best tablet on planet Earth right now, and while co-opetitors like Samsung have excelled with highly competitive Android Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Series 7 Windows Slates, Apple's new iPad raises the bar again for consumers - and Apple's lead over the competition - presumably just as Steve Jobs, Tim Cook and the rest of the iCrew planned it.
If you've purchased an iPad 3, like me, and have been looking for Apple's promised new 'personal hotspot' feature, you won't find it - or at least, not yet.
A bunch of US IT news outlets have been banging on about Apple not revealing how many of the latest iPads it sold over the launch weekend. Maybe they went to press too soon.
A change to the iPad's thickness means old cases don't suit the new model. Here's how PADACS is accommodating the change.
Optus has finally officially announced via press release that it too will be officially offering the new iPad on a range of plans from March 16, and while it will start online sales from 12.01am, in store retail sales will have to wait until 'regular trading hours'.
Joining Vodafone and Optus in selling the new iPad on a range of plans is Australia's telco titan, Telstra, which will even be outmanoeuvring Apple in selling the new iPad from selected stores from 12.01am Friday 16, 7 hours and 59 minutes before Apple's own stores start officially iSelling!
It's still 2012 and the 'new iPad' is yet to arrive at retail, but that doesn't stop us from issuing a list of Top 10 feature demands for the next 'new iPad', due to arrive in around twelve months from right about now.
A recent survey of 1,604 business IT buyers shows the new Apple iPad 3 is already causing headaches for rival tablet makers in the corporate tablet market, with Apple set to grab a dominant share in the second quarter of 2012.
All the articles say you can't get 4G on your new iPad until 2015 in Australia because of the US-only 4G frequencies, but you certainly can get Aussie 4G onto your iPad if you want from day one if only you know how - while being able to access much faster 3.75G speeds on Telstra's network.
The first and second-generation iPads were officially known simply as iPad while they were current, so it should be no real surprise that the new model introduced overnight with a 2048x1536 resolution screen is still called iPad and not iPad HD. But predictions of 4G support proved correct.
Are you annoyed that your iPad seems to charge really slowly - or that your Windows PC refuses to charge your iPad, instead giving you a 'not charging' message? Here's what you absolutely must know!
It's nearly February, the month that Apple is meant to announce its next 4G LTE enabled iPad, before then supposedly selling it to consumers from some time in March, so here's the top 10 feature demands the world's rumourmongers have cooked up and that we're expecting.
If you expected the iPad 3 to look radically different to the iPad 2, should you re-expect your expectations during these swirling pre-release anticipations?
An online article attempts to explain why the iPad 3 will get LTE before the iPhone, but the answer as to why this should be so seems very clear - at least to me.
It's not quite a 500 year plan as Mitsubishi is supposed to have had, but Samsung's TV people have planned its range of Smart TVs out to 2014, with the company saying its well prepared to take on any forthcoming Apple TV challenge.
Oh iPad 3, wherefore art thee? In Chinese factories art thou made, production's started and not delayed, millions are coming for retail trade, all designed in California and China made.
Unless Apple pops a Thunderbolt port into the iPad 3 or the iPhone 4G/5, which seems unlikely, it looks like we'll have to wait until at least the end of 2012 or sometime in early 2013 before tablets and smartphones are at least able to offer a mobile version of USB 3.0 connectivity.
With 2012 here and the iPad 3 already presumed to be in manufacturing and but weeks away from their global unveiling, many are sure to be tempted by what will be the first new truly must-have tablet of the year, several months before Google or Microsoft are truly ready to respond.
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