Category Archives: iPad

How to remote control FiLMiC Pro – the best video-recording app

If you are about recording your movie with iOS device(s), it’s all about FiLMiC Pro. With its superior features, like extreme high recording bitrate, real-time histogram and wide accessories support, and if we add LumaFusion – the best video editor for iPad – you can have the ultimate mobile recording studio. But did you know, that FiLMiC Pro… Read More »

What’s new in Apple Pencil 2?

In 2015, Apple introduced first generation of iPad Pro and a brand new accessory – Apple Pencil. This stylus from Apple was primary for artists and it required Bluetooth and special layer on display – so that was reason why Apple Pencil only worked on iPads Pro. Using it was so easy – just press harder for thicker… Read More »

Apple Pencil compatibility

“Who wants a stylus?”, said Steve Jobs in 2007 at the initial iPhone reveal. A lot of previous touch devices really needed a stylus, but iPhone was a revolution – no stylus, just fingers. It may looks pretty funny, that in 2015, Apple revealed its own brand-new stylus – Apple Pencil. It worked only on iPad Pro, but… Read More »

iPad 2 is now obsolete

In 2010, Steve Jobs introduced a brand-new product – an iPad. As he said, is there place for a product between iPhone and Mac? Something to be better for some key tasks, like Internet browsing, playing games and watching videos? And then Steve Jobs, at keynote in San Francisco, showed iPad to the world, a tablet that changed… Read More »

Apple just released new iPads

Apple updated its iPads Pro in late 2018, but regular iPads were not updated since March 2018 and iPad mini was not updated for even longer time. I saw many times, that people like iPad mini. They are portable and handy, but it looks like iPads mini are cannibalised by large iPhones. But hopefully, iPads mini are much… Read More »

iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max got HDR support in YouTube app

Relationship between Google and Apple is little complicated. Google has high income from ads and users tracking on Internet, while Apple released Content Blockers in iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan, and later in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra also introduced Intelligent Tracking Protection, which was improved in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. Google apps for… Read More »

“Hacking” URL linking on iOS

On classic computers, including systems with Windows, macOS and Linux, it’s easy to create shortcuts. Just imagine a Windows app, which is, usually, “hidden” in Program Files directory. It’s so simple to make shortcut on desktop or Start Menu, so your favourite apps are always with you. You can even group shortcuts to folders or categories, and it… Read More »