This week's roundup brings you an iPhone-controlled bug you can use to creep out your little sibling, plus the usual assortment of new keyboards, stands, batteries, and speakers.
Apple made its first tablet PC, featuring handwriting recognition, in 1993. Benj Edwards takes a look at why the Newton failed.
In this week’s iPad case roundup, you’ll find plenty of accessories that keep your tablet safe while looking fabulous. But if you’re more the practical type, we also have a couple cases designed to withstand the two most demanding physical environments known to humankind: military life and toddler play.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes several new keyboard cases for your iPad mini, batteries, tools for DJs, and much more.
For serious typing sessions (or if you just can't get the hang of the iPad's on-screen keyboard), an external keyboard is a great iPad accessory. Here's our guide to the different types, along with recommendations for each.
This week's roundup of iOS gear includes a camera that can bend around itself to peer into deep, dark places, along with the usual array of batteries, speakers, and chargers.
What can you do to keep your iPhone or iPad charged on the go? Macworld Lab separates fact from fiction to find out what really works.
Yes, the number of tablets sold dropped sequentially from a quarter ago, after Apple didn't produce a new version of its iPad. But tablet sales still show no signs of stopping, driven by a flood of no-name tablets.
Both Apple- and Windows-branded tablets lost market share in the second quarter, each retreating in the face of increased pressure from Android, a market research analyst said.
The ever-popular Fab Four make an appearance in this week's iPad case roundup, lending the covers of their celebrated albums to your protective needs. We’ve also got a few cases that could be used in a battlefield—and some that remind us of the sacrifices that war demands.