This latest iOS 13 concept for the iPad builds on mouse support rumor for the iPad Pro, and much more. Check it out right here.
Apple today has announced new accessories for Mac. Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Keyboard are all official now. Here's everything you need to know.
It looks as though the predicted refresh of Apple's wireless keyboard will be happening sooner rather than later. Things may have been quiet on the accessory front since we told you about the updated wireless keyboard that appeared on the Czech Republic Apple Store for a short period of time. Now, it looks as though the game has been given away thanks to a number of new Apple accessories appearing in FCC listings, including what is thought to be a refreshed wireless keyboard as well as a new version of the company's extremely popular Bluetooth enabled Magic Mouse.
We are only a few days away now from Apple’s Special Media Event which is scheduled to be held on September 1, at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and Theater in San Francisco. While the event more looks like being iPod-centric, rumor has it that Apple is very likely to introduce new Apple TV (dubbed as iTV) which will be based on iOS like the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Since last month, there has been this rumor floating around the web about an Arc Touch Mouse by Microsoft. Twitter account of Microsoft hardware also teased a couple of images of this mysterious looking “flat” and “touchy” device. And now according to the sources at Neowin, this device is in fact the Microsoft “Arc Touch Mouse” and it will be available in September of this year. The Arc Touch Mouse is the result of Microsoft’s “Mouse 2.0” program which has been lurking around for quite some time now.
Apple today has introduced Magic Trackpad for iMacs, Mac Minis and Mac Pros which brings multitouch and gestures support for these desktop Macs. You can think of Magic Trackpad as a larger desktop version of touchpads found in MacBook Pros. You can use it for swiping, pinch-to-zoom, two-finger scrolling, finger tip rotation and so on. Since the entire Trackpad acts as a single button, you can effectively use it as a replacement to your mouse.
The BTstack Mouse app for iPhone that we demonstrated on iPad last week has been updated to bring support for iPad. This new version brings stability, bug fixes and performance improvements for the new Apple device. The only disappointment about the update is that it still runs in the native iPhone resolution. You can run it in full iPad resolution by using this hack posted here.
If you have been using your iPad on a desk with the official iPad Keyboard Dock accessory, you might have felt the need of having a mouse to control iPad’s screen. This is because it is more convenient to use a pointing device for interacting with a device when it is placed in a standing position on a desk, just like how we do with our desktop monitors, notebooks/netbooks and so on.
Apple in the recent past introduced an amazing and rather sensational product called Magic Mouse which introduced iPhone style multitouch gestures for Macs. Later on, some folks managed to hack the Boot Camp drivers of Magic Mouse to make it unofficially run on PCs running any version of Windows from XP to 7.
Apple’s consumer electronic items are by far some of the best computer hardware available in the industry. We covered all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals that were offered by Apple last month when the 2009 holiday season kicked-off. And now as the Christmas eve nears, Apple is offering fast and free shipping on everything you pick from the gift guide they have placed on the online Apple Store site to celebrate the 2009 Free Shipping Day.