App marketing service Fiksu has made a graphic, comparing the new iPad Air adoption to previous iPad launches. It shows that the iPad Air sells way faster than other devices did the first days after the got launched. We do need to keep in mind that the 2012 launches saw staggered releases for Wi-Fi and cellular models, with cellular models shipping at least two weeks later than Wi-Fi models in the first wave of countries. » iPad Air Adoption Outpacing iPad 4 and iPad Mini Launches
Put your iPad in the case, pull the rope to close and fix it with the metal stopper. But that’s not all, this iPad case also transforms into the perfect stand so you can use your iPad as a bedside alarm clock, watching movies or typing. The ingenious marl grey rope closure does all the clever work. » Draw: New Case and Stand by Hard Graft For The iPad Air and iPad Mini
iFixit did a new iPad teardown, this time of the new iPad Air. This is the first major redesign of the iPad we’ve seen since the iPad 2 back in 2011. What will the iPad Air score on our repairability scale? Check out the video after the break. » iFixit iPad Air Teardown
T-Mobile CEO John Legere tweeted today to clarify that everyone with an iPad on T-Mobile gets 200MB of free data with no strings attached. Earlier, customers trying to buy iPads on T-Mobile were told they would have to pay a $10 monthly fee to access the “free” data. John Legere told in a tweet that “the $10 per mo./fee written about today is incorrect“. » John Legere Confirms All iPads on T-Mobile Receive 200MB Free Data Each Month
Apple began taking orders for its redesigned thin-and-light iPad Air in the United States, Canada, Europe and several Asia Pacific countries. The current shipping times of the iPad Air is 24 hours. The iPad Air is available in space gray/black and white/silver and can be purchased from $499 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only model or $629 for the 16GB Wi-Fi + Cellular model. » Apple Began Taking Online Order For iPad Air In The United States, Canada, Europe & Asia
A third magazine ad for the iPhone 5s has appeared in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, this time focusing on the 5s’ camera improvements and True Tone flash. The ad shows the back of the iPhone 5s and a paragraph that describes the advantages of the 5s’ camera. » New iPhone 5s Magazine Advertisement Highlights Camera
A research from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) shows that 43% of iPhone 5s units sold in the United States were space gray, while 30% were silver and 27% were gold. In the case of the iPhone 5c, blue is the most populair color. » What Color iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c Do Men and Women Prefer?