The iPad is an incredible tool for all students, including those with CVI (cortical visual impairment). There are amazing accessibility features that enhance the experience. The iPad can be used to teach visual skills and to conduct vision assessments. Some students use iPads for communication purposes, while others use the iPad just for fun. Regardless of the reason(s) your student is using the iPad, they are…
What Happens When Toddlers Zone Out With an iPad
Touchscreen devices like iPads are much loved by little tykes. But parents worry about how it may effect their development. Is it better or worse than television? Specific research on this is still years away, so kids using them today are a bit like guinea pigs.
Top 10 Creative Ways Lawyers Can Use an iPad
Law isn't considered an artistic profession, but that doesn't mean there aren't creative ways for lawyers to use an iPad. An iPad is a powerful tool for a law office if you know how to use it well. Instead of...
The Amazing iPad Magician
Simon Pierro brought a magic iPad with him and wowed Ellen's audience right along with Ellen!
iPhone 6S, iPad Pro and Apple TV: What you need to know
Apple debuted the new iPhones, iPad Pro, the new Apple TV and much more. Here's the most important updates we got during its fall event.
10 Ways to Optimize Your iPad for Kids With Special Needs
When we think about ways the iPad has changed the world, our minds usually shoot to publishing, entertainment, or mobile communication. For the community of people living with d...
It’s ‘digital heroin’: How screens turn kids into psychotic junkies
Susan* bought her 6-year-old son John an iPad when he was in first grade. “I thought, ‘Why not let him get a jump on things?’ ” she told me during a therapy session. John’s school had begun using t…
Apple's new short film starring autistic teen shows how tech transforms lives
What Students Think About Using iPads in School
Students weigh in on how devices change what happens in class, how they think about learning and how they organize their school work.
What to expect in new iPads and Macs
The update to the iPad Pro will be the most significant in the product’s history
Why We Need to Keep iPads Out of the Classroom
People think tech will magically solve education's problems—they're wrong
How do you design a chair for the iPad age?
For many people, the Steelcase Leap is the best office chair money can buy. Competitors like Herman Miller, Humanscale, and Knoll may dispute that title, but even they would have to rank the Leap...
Apple releases iOS 10.3.1 for iPhone, iPad
Apple says the small update includes bug fixes and improved security.
Why It's Time to Stop Calling Apple a Hardware Company
Apple sold 10.2 million iPads last quarter — beating expectations
Apple beat Wall Street's iPad expectations with 10.2 million units sold.
Got an iPad Pro? Here's how to make it even better
Here's an accessory that makes the iPad Pro even better.
This Amazing Accessory Turns Your iPad Into a 3-D Scanner
More than a cool gadget, the team at Occipital hopes to create a platform that will give smartphones and tablets a new set of super powers.
Here's why Steve Jobs never let his kids use an iPad
NYU professor Adam Alter, author of "Irresistible," explains why Steve Jobs never let his kids use an iPad.
Google Pixel Slate, hands-on: The keyboard and browser the iPad should have
Google's convertible tablet-meets-Chromebook has the keyboard we wish the iPad had.
What to expect from Apple's 'Spring Loaded' product announcement event
Possible announcements include new iPad Pro models, as well as AirPods and more.