Without a doubt, the MacBook Pro with Retina display and iOS 6 were the high points of WWDC, but Apple also made a few announcements that it didn't deem were worthy of stage time. Here's six things you most likely missed if you were only following Apple's major keynote announcements.
Consumers were left scratching their heads when Apple announced the new iPad would not have Siri. It made no sense considering the iPad has beefier specs than the iPhone 4S. Apparently, Apple's holding out on us to bring Siri to the new iPad alongside the next version of iOS.
New Orleans, LA — Not that there's anything wrong with Apple's Smart Cover, but its tri-fold design is kind of limited, especially if you want your iPad to stand by itself vertically. To help your iPad stand up on its own in virtually any position, Moshi has unveiled the Versa smart cover here at the CTIA show.
Hardcore users of the iPad have a secret fear that is seldom discussed but near the top of list if you live with your tablet as much as many of us do everyday. In short, it involves how to avoid getting smacked in the face with your iPad while falling asleep in bed.
Daniel Hooper has just one question for Apple and that is, if the iPad is the pioneer of the post-PC world, then why does editing text on it suck so much? Rather than complain about it, he came up with an idea that speeds up typing and editing.
For iPad fans, finding the perfect keyboard and case combination has become something of a hobby. Now a new prototype product offers what could be described as the perfect solution for owning a Macbook-Air-meets-iPad device.
If you've ever wondered how your shiny new iPad was made, this video is for you. Marketplace Shanghai Bureau Chief Rob Schmitz was the second reporter to be allowed a tour of Foxconn and he brought back video showing workers building Apple's latest and greatest product.
Looking at cool concept designs for super yachts may be fun, but nothing beats the real thing. It took five years and $15 million dollars, but the ultimate seafaring vessel that looks like a spacecraft is finally here.
If you're having a tough time deciding between a tablet like an iPad and a small laptop like a MacBook, here's a way to keep both sides of your brain happy. Once you slip your iPad into this keyboard case, most people would have a tough time telling it from a real MacBook.
Steve Jobs famously stated that an iPad with a screen smaller than 9.7-inches wouldn't feel right, but that was then. Apple's run by Tim Cook now. The well-connected John Gruber of DaringFireball recently said on a podcast that Apple has a smaller iPad with a 7.85-inch screen floating around its labs.