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iPad Air bursts into flames in Australia store

Apple is investigating what caused an iPad Air to explode in an Australian Vodafone store, prompting a store evacuation.

Vox technica: How Siri gets its voice

Thanks to some journalistic sleuthing, we now know the name of the actor whose voice was used as the basis for the speech of Apple's digital assistant. Marco Tabini consults with industry experts to find out how a person's voice becomes Siri's persona.

iPhoto 2.0 for iOS review: Better speed, search, and sharing

The new mobile version of iPhoto retains all of the great features it got last year, plus it works more smoothly and picks up a few new tricks.

10 ways to repurpose your old iPad

Want to treat yourself to a new iPad? Go ahead--we've collected a few great ways for you to make use of your old one.

iPad Air

iPad Air review: The best tablet gets better

It's lighter, thinner, and twice as fast as the previous full-size iPad. What's not to like?

The Week in iOS Accessories: Airing it out

This week's roundup of accessories includes items for Apple's newest tablet, as you might expect. But we've also got gear for charging, using, and displaying all your iPhones and iPads, new and old.

Jot Script review: Adonit's first pen-nib stylus is an impressive entry

Adonit's new stylus not only defies form-factor expectations, but it also provides one of the best note-taking experiences on the iPad.

iPad trade-in interest jumps

Long before Apple started selling its iPad Air, more than double the number of consumers asked for price quotes on their older tablets than last year, a pair of buyback companies said.

The Week in iPad Cases: Furtastic

This week's iPad-case roundup comes with a little something for everyone, from the “hautest” of haute coutures, to the practical and rugged, with everything in between.

iPad Air

iPad Air diary, day 1: Portrait of a new orientation

Jason Snell's first day with the iPad Air reminds him of the pleasures of a larger iPad. But is this new model lighter and smaller enough to use one-handed?

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