Following results obtained by Consumer Reports in its battery tests of the new MacBook Pro and resultant conclusion that it was due to a bug, Consumer Reports are now recommending the laptop following the bug fix.
Opera says that "every design element in Coast has been carefully crafted for iPad. It’s not just a mobile interface scaled up to fit a touchscreen."
The browser is primarily gesture-based. There is no title bar, and the address and search fields are normally hidden from view. They can be see them with a simple downward swipe.
A small "home" button that returns the user to a desktop Safari-like grid of your most visited websites and a "most recent" button that displays the user's recent browsing history are the only persistent interface elements. Navigating backward and forward is done by swiping in the appropriate [...]
The independent market research firm said that iPad users found everything on IE10 to be better over Safari, from ease of use and the user interface to the speed and the browser’s design.
And although the research group did only pool a small selection of testers (just 40 iPad users in Seattle were evaluated based on a one-hour demo with IE10), the study also stated that the excellence of IE10 would drive most users to trade their iPad for a Windows 8 tablet.
This would, however, be providing that cost and data transfer were not an issue, according to the Mozaic Group. You can download the full report by clicking here.
According to Apple, the tweaks include fixes for AirPlay video playback and the HDR option when using Camera from the Lock Screen.
Also addressed in the 5.1.1 update are a bug that caused problems when third-gen iPads switched between data networks, improved bookmark syncing in Safari, and an erroneous iTunes Store error message.
The update is live and available now. Access it by choosing Check for Updates in iTunes, or going to Settings > General > Software Update on your iOS device.
The app requires users to download the free iPad app and DisplayLink’s desktop software, after which they can push web pages and various software programmes to the iPad.
Users have to direct this content via their PC and type with their keyboard, as the iPad’s touchscreen is disabled until they leave the application.
Set-up is quick and simple, and the app is ready to use shortly after the user has identified which PC they wish to pair with.
The app is not without its pitfalls, as it only works in landscape mode, throws over-sized browser windows to the iPad when working in Safari and can shave up to 30% of your battery in 90 minutes. That said, [...]