So how is everyone enjoying their first weekend with the iPad mini? Judging from our own Twitter feed, it seems like the junior iPad made an impressive debut on Friday and the smaller, lighter sibling appears to be favored by those who have put their hands on one. It's a shame there's no Retina Display, but we figure that oversight will get rectified next year with the second-generation model...
So the people have begun to get iPad minis in their hands, the reviews are in, and now we move on. Biggest tech news this week was Scott Forstall's sudden descent, though even that story was fairly (and rightly) crushed by Hurricane Sandy. As things slowly return to normal, what else did we miss amidst the storms?
Earlier this year, Boinx Software's iStopMotion for iPad received high praise in our review. We loved the app's simplicity and 1080p HD recording. Today, iStopMotion updates to version 1.5, and beyond a few appreciated changes, iPad mini owners can get in on the fun.
We've heard a lot about how the diminutive size of the iPad mini is a great thing. You can use it with one hand, it fits easily inside a bag, etc. But it also turns out the iPad mini is just about the perfect size for installing it in your car's dashboard.
Blame it on the preorders? iPad mini fans lined up worldwide to get their hand (you know, because it's so small…?) on Apple's latest tablet, but compared to other product launches, lines were smaller this time around.
Halloween is over, but that doesn't mean we're any less excited about guts. Well, iPad mini guts, anyway. The fine folks at iFixit have once again broken down Apple's latest device to its base components, and its the first real look at some of the internals lurking inside the littlest iPad.
Happy iPad mini Day! If you happen to be standing in line somewhere waiting to buy your new little tablet pal, we've got a way to make the time pass just a little bit faster with a handful of stories you might have missed on Thursday. And hey, if you're curious what the iPad mini looks like inside, you'll be pleased to know that's one of the very news items you're about to read...
If there's such a thing as a "private" social network, it's got to be Path. Until now, the micro sharing service has been limited strictly to smartphones, but that now changes with the debut of Path for iPad on Thursday.
Have your eye on one of those speedy new fourth-generation iPads but figured there was no hurry because Apple made plenty of them? Think again, buddy -- Cupertino's online store now shows all Wi-Fi models out of stock.