Top iPad Stories (September 17 – September 23)

The big story this week has to be iOS 6 finally launching for the iPad 2 and iPad (3rd Generation). The iPad “3” finally got Siri and wow is it nice to her her voice on my iPad. The new Apple Maps are causing an uproar with some claiming the map data is way off, and need a YouTube replacement for you iPad? The Apple Maps stuff is something I want to avoid but I do link to a couple of sites about the topic. The new Twitter for iPad is awful. Guided Access in iOS 6 will not only help teachers and parents but you can also use it to create a guest account on your iPad. All this and my usual batch of goodies including my tip, app, and review of the week. The bonus this is week is just plain awesome, well if you are old enough to appreciate it.

Top iPad Stories:
iPad + Linode, 1 Year Later
2012 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Study
Hands-on: iPad apps to consume the big (and not so big) comics
What iPhone 5 Parts Will Make It Into the Next iPad?
Verticus is Stan Lee’s first iOS game
iPad mini spyshots leak
ITC launches investigation of Apple devices
Expand your experience: New Twitter for iPad
Expand your experience: New Twitter for iPad by Marco Arment
iPhoto for iOS adds numerous enhancements
10 Addicting Flick Based iPad Games
How to install Evernote web clipper on the iPad
How to put your iPad into “Guest User” mode
GUIDED ACCESS FOR IPHONE AND IPAD WILL BENEFIT TEACHERS AND PARENTS
Maps, algorithms, and common sense
Video apps for your iPad

iOS 6 Development:
OpenSSL build script for iOS
UDID Replacement APIs in iOS 6
A FORMER APPLE DESIGNER OFFERS A WEALTH OF SMART INSIGHTS ABOUT UI DESIGN

Review of the Week:
CruxCase Crux360 Delta for iPad 2/iPad (3rd-Gen)

Tip of the Week:
How to Disable & Clear Auto-Fill in iOS

App of the Week:
Wipeout by Activision

Bonus:
“We Are Apple”, 1984

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