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iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Design Renders Reveal New Details

Apple fans have been waiting for the new iPhone 13 to be unveiled with bated breath. While one came across several rumors and unverified reports about the yet-to-be-launched iPhone 13 series of phones, here is some new information that gives one a fair idea of what one should expect from iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.

iPhone 13

Industry sources have released design renders of both the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. As far as the iPhone 13 is concerned, the device won’t undergo a drastic design change this year. The design of the phone will be the same as that of the 2020 model. The device will also feature the old iPhone 5/5S like design that is in the process of being combined with the iPhone X and in the edge-to-edge display screens of the upcoming phones in the series. The overall dimensions are 146.7×71.5×7.6mm, the same as the last released model.

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On the front, there are three cutouts that signify the presence of the cameras. The positioning of the cameras looks similar to the kind you see in current iPhones which feature one cut-out each for the primary camera at the front, the dot-projector and an infrared camera. In the rendered design, the three cutouts are positioned next to each other. This gives rise to the possibility of the iPhone 13 having two cameras on the front. Just above the three cutouts will find the earpiece. The LiDAR sensor, perhaps, won’t be a part of the iPhone 13.

iPhone 13 Pro

As the design renders suggest, the device will arrive with a relatively smaller notch than the one you see on the iPhone 12 Pro. The Cupertino-based company has decreased the notch’s size by placing the earpiece right above the sensors. The remaining design, including the triple rear cameras and the elaborate frame, seems to be resembling the iPhone 12 Pro.

If you observe the renders closely, there seems to be a larger camera module this time around. This indicates the possibility of the company integrating larger-sized camera sensors on the upcoming model. Apart from the three cameras, the phone will also feature a LiDAR sensor and an LED flash which will result in better photographic results.

If we combine the impressions gathered by the renders and the information coming our way, then the iPhone 13 will most likely feature a 6.1-inch screen. The iPhone 12 Pro has a screen exactly of the same size. The dimensions of the iPhone 13 Pro are 146.7 x 71.5 x 7.6 mm which makes it slightly thicker in size than the iPhone 12 Pro. A larger battery unit could be the reason behind the device having a thicker frame.

According to rumors which surfaced earlier, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature 120Hz LTPO displays. All the phones in the iPhone 13 series are likely to feature 1TB of storage space and a much improved wide-angle sensor.

Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Series Might Feature 120Hz ProMotion Display

Almost every year, Apple releases a new series of iPhones in the commercial market. Fans gather on different online forums to discuss what one could possibly expect from the upcoming lineup. The buzz stays alive even though Apple seldom gives any official update.

Now, a rather interesting piece of information has emerged about the next-generation iPhone 13 Pro lineup. The upcoming lineup will reportedly feature the 120Hz ProMotion display. This will be the very first time that the phone will feature this power-efficient backplane technology.

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ProMotion is the name that Apple has been using for the high refresh rate display which can now be increased to 120Hz on the devices it has been integrated with. Back in the day, 60Hz was decided to the standard refresh rate. This was a result of manufacturers struggling with the disturbance coming in from the power supply. Because of this and a couple of other similar reasons, most phones ended up featuring 60Hz displays.

Some of the recently published reports state that low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) displays have been getting developed for the iPhone for the last two years. If these reports are to be believed, the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro series will come with a 120Hz ProMotion Display.

According to a report published by DigiTimes, which cites industry sources, companies like LG and Samsung are in the process of converting production lines, that were earlier devoted to iPhones, for LTPO production. The report also asserts that the process of migration will be carried out soon. This will enable both the companies to supply display screens to Apple at the scheduled time. These display screens, which were featured in apple watches previously, will most likely feature in both iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max models.

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Before the launch of the iPhone 12, there were rumors about Apple developing a battery-saving technology to be used in LTPO thin-film transistors. It was also being said that this kind of technology is absolutely essential for the purpose of controlling battery life for high-refresh displays on phones which feature small batteries.

The iPad Pro was the first mobile device to feature 120Hz ProMotion displays. Reports which claim to have derived information from sources in the supply chain of Apple state that the displays would be integrated with at least two iPhone models that will come out this year.

12.9″ iPad Pro Model by Apple Could Suffer From Shortage Of Supply

The upcoming 12.9-inch iPad Pro is keenly being looked forward to by Apple fans across the world. The iPad Pro was officially announced at the much-talked-about Apple ‘Spring’ event. The new iPad Pro, along with airTags, allows to track stuff in a super-easy way.

As has always been the case with its products, Apple has not shared any information about the iPad Pro, before the event, through its official channels. That, of course, has not stopped the rumor mills from going on overdrive and the media writing several speculative articles about this product. One of the prominent rumors about the product has been it featuring a mini-LED display screen. Reportedly, this display would be more functional and offer better color reproduction than the kind of LCD screen you have seen on iPad Pro devices so far.

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While there is a lot of interest and excitement over this product, a piece of news that has emerged recently might leave fans a little disappointed. According to a report published in Bloomberg, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which is slated to hit the commercial market in mid-May, might suffer from a shortage in supply shortly after it is launched. The reason behind this would be some production-based issues with the mini-LED display that will be a part of the device.

The suppliers have experienced sub-par manufacturing output as far as the mini-LED displays are concerned. If the reports are to be believed, one of the major suppliers of the component had to put a hold on the production process of the displays because of these problems.

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Though there have been issues with the manufacturing of the displays, Apple still proceeded with its plan of launching new 11 and 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ models. Mini-LED technology is quite innovative as it offers better brightness levels and a better contrast ratio. The upcoming iPad Pro models will have an M1 chip and offer Thunderbolt connectivity.

iPhone 12 Rumors, Leaks and Speculated Features So Far

Apple iPhone 12 will annually get launched in the month of September and it is not going to be any different in 2020.

Despite the pandemic situation and the lack of production as done usually, the company seems to be on track. There are so many rumors, leaks and some exciting predictions that makes the iPhone 12 the most wanted device of the year, yet again!

While some claims are extremely absurd, some of them are so amazing that it feels good to be a follower at this point. The phone will also have lots of new and better improvements to look forward to. The leaked or rendered photos of the iPhone 12 showcases a slimmer device with a much smaller bezel than the one found in the iPhone 11 available in market today.

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Embracing USB Type-C

The most important and the exciting leak which is plausibly real is that the phone will finally have a USB Type-C port for charging. This is going to be super useful especially when you have lots of USB C cables and chargers lying at home. After all, having a common port makes it easier to charge on your iPad, iPhone and the Mac. The change is being slowly implemented on Apple’s lineup of devices and this probably one of the rumors that has lots of credibility to it.

No More Bundled Chargers

The latest rumor doing rounds online is that Apple has decided to completely get rid of bundling a charger with their iPhones. The move is to have an eco-friendly environment because tons of e-waste is created through bundled earphones and chargers that people never use. While it may sound like a huge claim to make, most users around the world often shun their bundled products. They choose to purchase it individually such as how buyers go for Bluetooth earphones or an Apple AirPods for making calls and listening to music.

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Both from an environmental standpoint and the fact that it helps reduce the price of iPhone 12 or at least have a clean box finish, makes things even better. Besides, the Apple ecosystem would often suck you inside like a black hole and if you have a charger already at home, there is no need to purchase a new one. The implementation also suggests a wireless charging future for iPhone 13 among other products so that there is no need to worry about broken cables or slower 5W chargers as found in the iPhone 11 models.

Moving Your Music to the Wireless Zone

The news or possibly leak comes from Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst who has an excellent track record of predicting many of the decisions the company made in the past. Most people believe that he has the potential which is why it is not easy to dispel when he says that Ear pods will not be bundled with the phone as well. The AirPods and AirPods Pro will be the only way to listen to music when you purchase the new iPhone 12. It is an expensive decision to make but it won’t be so surprising because another leak claims the iPhone 13 will not have a charging port as Apple moves to a total wireless future.

iPhone 12 Pro Models May Feature 120Hz Display

With gaming smartphones like the Asus Rog Phone 2, OnePlus and few other models moving to a 90Hz or 120Hz display, it is being rumored specific variants such as the iPhone 12 Pro models may feature a high refresh rate display. Having a 120Hz display will make all your iOS apps look extremely fast and snappy. However, it will also take its toll on battery life. Apple being a company that is dedicated on providing the best battery life, standby battery, this rumor has less credibility compared to the others.

iPhone SE 2020 – India Chosen as Another Manufacturing Base by Apple

Apple Inc has decided to assemble its latest offering, the iPhone SE 2020 in India. The US giant has been assembling its older models in the country for the last three years. Wistron and Foxconn are their manufacturing partners in that country. The present contract for the iPhone SE 2020 is likely to be bagged by Wistron. The Indian government imposes a higher import duty if the phones were brought in as assembled pieces. This higher impost could be as much as 20%. Apple finds it difficult to sell its models at such high prices in the price-sensitive Indian market. There is a lot of focus on “Make in India” with incentives if the companies set up their manufacturing facilities within the country.

Apple Has Advised the Components Makers to Ship to India

Apple has been having an extended dialogue with the government of India to permit it to import its iPhones at lower rates of duty with the promise that it will keep increasing the indigenously made parts and components gradually. The Indian government has not obliged. Some of the older models like the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 7 are already being assembled in India. If the making of the iPhone Se 2020 starts, then this may possibly be the first time the making of the latest model is being shifted to India.

As mentioned, there are incentives for making electronic products in India and these are production-linked.

The information on this development has been carried in Apple Insider quoting sources. Many details relating to Apple’s products are leaked through supply chain sources. This may also be one such leak.

Apple has launched its new budget iPhone internationally at $399. In India however, the device is sold at Indian Rupees 42,500 (64GB variant; 128GB and 256GB variants are priced higher). This converts to around $560. This may be one of the reasons for the company deciding to get it assembled in India itself. It may be able to reduce this price considerably once production commences here. It is important to remember that the Indian market was one of the key areas in Apple’s target while launching the iPhone SE 2020.

For the record, the iPhone SE 2020 comes with a 4.7-inch Retina display of the True Tone IPS type in HD. The screen resolution is 750×1334 pixels. The key component, the processor is the A13 Bionic chipset. This is the same processor that the users of the iPhone 11 models enjoy on their devices.

iPhone App Reviews – Top 5 iPhone Apps of 2013

There are more than one million apps on the App Store. There is an app for everything these days, literally. The common perception is that the gaming apps are the most popular ones. But that is not necessarily the case. You’ll be surprised to see how many non-gaming apps are frequently used by people.

To get the most out of some of these apps you’ll need a fairly powerful device. As iPhone is sort of a given, I would like to provide an Android alternate for Android users.  Therefore, look no further than the Nexus 5 which performed extremely on the GFXbench tests earlier in the year and considering its affordable price point, it is ideal for both casual and hardcore mobile phone gamers.

Top 5 iPhone Apps of 2013

Here we go, here are the top five:


Afterlight is a photo editing app that allows the iPhone users to crop, rotate and edit photos. There is an advance set of tools such as filters, gradients, color shades, bordering and texturing etc. The good thing about this app is that it can turn an ordinary photo into an artistic one. You can get this amazing app just for 99 cents.


Duolingo was recently nominated as “app of the year” by Apple. It is a teaching app that allows users to learn new languages. At the moment there are five languages it can teach: German, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese. There is both verbal and visual assistance provided to the users. And remarkably enough, this app is free!

Temple Run 2

You probably knew that this app would make the list. Even though it is a free app, it is the most widely played iPhone game in the world. Great graphics, adrenaline rush, skill, hand-eye coordination – this game will push your limits. Based on the sample principle of collecting coins and trying not to fall or get hit by objects, this game has been treating iPhone and Android users the day it came out.


Venmo is another creative app that addresses a very common problem: retrieval of small loans you give to your friends. Don’t worry about that $5 you lent! This app enables users to connect their checking account with the app and pay money with a click or a ‘touch’ would be more appropriate. The best part is that there is no processing fee for Venmo, the transactions are completely free! The app is not only about payments, one can also use it for “recovery”. The app sends reminders to your friends, family and coworkers to send your money. And hold onto your hats: Venmo is a free app.


ThirdLove is another example like Venmo of a small technology solving a real life issue. When ordering clothes online, there is always a threat that the clothes won’t fit. This is lingerie making company’s app that allows woman to send pictures so the appropriate bra-size can be determined. It is another useful app that is free. However, since the company that owns the app is an online store, they make money when you purchase anything from them.

iPhonemania – When the Hobby Becomes Madness

The iPhone is the first real Smartphone to have any success and become a big deal. Since its release in 2007, Apple has had a monopoly on the Smartphone market and has happily brought their business back from the oblivion that Microsoft were pushing them into. But what about the happy go lucky iPhone fan? When does their hobby become absolute madness?

Over 56% of Smartphone Users Shop with iPhone in Their Hand

In America, a poll suggested that over half of iPhone users do their shopping with iPhone in their hands. They have admitted to using it for all purposes, from checking their digital shopping lists, checking prices online and using a calculator app, all the way to using their shopping time as a nice time to catch up on SMS messages and emails.

iPhone Addiction

You may have thought had heard it all when an addictive compulsion around Star Trek became a true legitimate addiction. Then, the Facebook addiction became a true addiction in all medical sense. Now, an iPhone addiction is also a medical condition and a legitimately documented addictive compulsion.

People have become addicted to the use of their iPhone. Not only do they become panicky, flustered or angry when they are separated from it, but they have also been known to suffer withdrawal symptoms if deprived of their iPhone for long periods of time.

The iPhone is the Most Stolen Phone Model in the World

This may be due to the fact that it is both popular and expensive to buy. And, even though there are security features on it, there are still people out there who are able to crack the iPhone security and use your stolen iPhone.

Fans Hated the Original Name of the Apple iPhone – “Purple

The first iPhone was going to be called ‘Purple’. It was developed in a room that was named the Purple dorm. In those days, nobody cared what Apple was up to, as it was a dinosaur in the technology trade and had one foot out the door so far as most people were concerned.

They developed the purple in the purple dorm, and their top secret security protocols included a poster that quoted a line from the movie “fight club” with the classic “first rule of fight club.” They market tested the name Purple, and people hated it. Eventually they decided that the phone should be called the iPhone with the small letter “i” being a feature.

iPhone Fans See the Face of…Bono?

In the music function of your iPhone, there is a section called ‘Artists’. Pay it a visit, as many iPhone fans have agreed online that it is modeled on Bono from U2.

iPhone Fans Have Been Thrilled By Their Own Gestures

It is possible to create your own gestures for using your newest iPhone. You can decide what types of touching and moving gestures do what, from scrolling to flipping and closing screens or apps. Fans have loved the idea since it started.

Samsung Owns the Rights, Production and Development of an iPhone Part

There is a processor in the most current iPhones and it turns out that Samsung own the rights/patents to it. This literally means that Apple has to buy parts for their iPhones from the people at Samsung. Obviously, it is in both Samsung’s and Apple’s interest if this is not blatantly advertised.

iPhone Autocorrect is the Most Commonly Seen Autocorrect Funny on Facebook

There are lots of these images on Facebook where people have meant to write one thing but autocorrect changed it to something else. A data collection survey showed that more iPhone autocorrect funny images were on Facebook than for any other type of mobile device.

Oprah Made a Classic Mistake

She tweeted that she loved the new Surface tablet from Google and that she bought it for herself and has bought ten for her family and friends. However, many people were quick to take screen prints of her tweet before it was taken offline. They did this because she had used the iPad signature at the bottom it said that she had tweeted it from her iPad.

Fans Have Admitted that their iPhone Has Got Them in Trouble

With the iPhone you may delete certain calls from your call history whist leaving the rest of your call history intact. Cheating lovers have abused this little trick for a long time. However, iPhone users have been caught because deleting it does not delete it from their phone bill. Their unsuspecting lover glances at the phone bill to see that the iPhone user has something to hide.

Fans were Shaking about the iPhone 5

It is possible to customize how your iPhone vibrates on the iPhone 5. You can tell it how to vibrate and at what intervals. It is basically a programmable vibrating machine. Lots of iPhone fans have found this very exciting.

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Apple iPad Repair – Top 5 iPad Problems

Over 100 million iPads have been sold worldwide, but this doesn’t mean they don’t come without any flaws. Apple iPad repair is something many tablet owners still have to deal with. The iPad is Apple’s flagship tablet and the fourth generation came out at the end of 2012, alongside the iPad Mini. They are popular among adults, elderly people, and children alike and are now even used widely in the classroom. Generally, the iPad is a reliable and user-friendly tablet that has a lot to offer, but if you have one it might be useful to read up on easy ways to repair yours if it ever goes ‘belly-up’.

So, we’re giving you some tips on how to go about fixing the most frequent and annoying problems you may happen to encounter with your iPad.

WiFi / Internet Problems

A problem with internet connectivity seems to be the most popular and frequently talked about issue with the iPad, but there are some simple solutions to try if yours is playing up. If you’ve seen the TV comedy ‘The IT Crowd’, then you may snigger at this suggestion, but simply turning the tablet off and on again as a troubleshooting method does often work. Turn the router off and back on whilst you do the same to your iPad; this refreshes everything and may prompt your Wi-Fi to wake up. You should also check the basics: got to Settings > Wi-Fi on the iPad and make sure that it is turned on.

Ensure that you have the latest iOS software by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Before you update the software, make sure you plug your iPad into the power adapter. You can update the older version of iPads with iTunes. You will see the option ‘Check for Update’ on the Summary tab.

Frozen Screen

Is your screen lagging? Frozen? Or generally not being its speedy self?

When your iPad refuses to respond to your touch, the most likely reason is a fault of a specific app. If it happens regularly, make a note of which apps you have running at the time and uninstall one at a time to see if it fixes the problem. However, you may not want to do this if the app is one that you use often.

So to reset the iPad, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least 10 seconds, until the Apple logo appears. If the problem persists, try consulting an Apple iPad repair technician or head to the Apple store. You might be surprised to find out how cheap iPad repair can be.

Running Slowly

Giving a similar experience to that offered by the frozen screen, your iPad might be feeling a little ‘bogged down’ and thus be working slowly. This can be irritating when you’re used to a super-quick tablet and, is most likely to occur when you’re in a hurry.

Make sure your iPad and iTunes are both up-to-date and are running on the latest software as this can often be the root cause of many problems with Apple iPad repair.

iTunes Doesn’t Recognize the iPad

Again, a main issue here often lies with outdated software, and in particular you should make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes.

Firstly, begin by restarting your iPad, then your computer.

Check the USB connections. Try disconnecting and reconnecting the iPad. Whenever possible, always connect iPad to a USB port that is built into the computer instead of the keyboard or an external USB hub.

For Windows users, it may be necessary to completely uninstall iTunes and then re-install the latest version of iTunes. It is not necessary for Mac users to uninstall or re-install iTunes.

iPad Won’t Turn On

If your iPad won’t turn on at all, don’t go straight into meltdown panic mode. It could all be fixed in a matter of minutes.

You may have to hold two buttons at the same time, namely the Home and the Wake (or) Suspend button. Once you do this, you will see the Apple logo become visible on your screen after pressing the Home and Wake (or) Suspend buttons for about two seconds. And this means your iPad is booting up and should be good to go in a little while.

However, if this doesn’t work you could have a hardware failure on your hands. In this case, your best bet is to take it down to an Apple iPad repair facility and get it checked out by the Apple doctors.

Thomas James writes for iTechnician, who offer iPad screen replacement services in the UK.

Top 10 iPhone Apps for November 2012

Among the many applications avilable in the App Store, some of the top 10 iPhone apps are listed below. Possessing thousands of amazing apps and advanced Wi-Fi, with easy access to mobile data networks from all over the world, these gadgets with enhanced apps and features are irresistible to anyone.

Top 10 iPhone Apps

More than 7,00,000 cool iPhone apps are available from the iPhone App Store, of which many are available for free. It is possible to download iPhone apps from the Apps Store to enhance utility features already present in iPhones. Have a look at the amazing iPhone apps for the month of November 2012, listed below.

1) Onavo Count app

Onavo Count app, which is regarded as the best of iPhone apps, can reduce data usage manifold, and also decrease cost. The introduction of a new advanced version of this app into the iPhone helps to analyse which of the apps is consuming data, effectively reducing usage over the month.

2) In:Play

A perfect alternative to the built-in iPhone music player is the, in:play application. It possesses an attractive design which focuses on typography, with movement-dependent controls and efficient sorting and navigation to filter through the largest collection of digital music.

3) HowDo

This great iPhone app contains guidelines about how to do things in reality, with the guidance offered by others using the HowDo app. Taking photos coupled with sound recording and then sharing them with other members constituting the community, following tips from other experienced users is all possible due to this app.

4) 18 Months

18 Months, the new album released by Calvin Harris can be downloaded from iTunes. This app has a feature which detects movement and ensures the non-stop playing of the song as long as the user continues dancing or moving the iPhone.

5) Oakley Airwave

Oakley Airwave is one of the free iPhone apps deemed to be essential for sports enthusiasts, especially for those with affinity for snow sports and mountains. It keeps track of your friends, shares information and experiences with them, monitors your alpine stats, and in sync with Oakley’s Airwave goggles heads-up display, helps to view trip history.

6) Beamr

Beamr is capable of packaging images from iPhone and iPad into a digital format, as seen in magazines,for sharing on Twitter, Facebook or e-mail. The novelty is that these images are sent at the original full resolution as taken on the iPhone. People can view, download, as well as print the pictures.

7) Thoughtful Gift Finder

Thoughtful Gift Finder takes cues from Face book to decide the best gift to be given to friends and family, based on their character and preferences.

8 ) HotUKDeals

The website HotUKDeals is available as a free iPhone app now. It maintains a catalogue of discounts, deals and vouchers along with locations which can help you analyse the best deals or offers and also comment on them. The consumers can share information on discounts and exchange tips that are not advertised in stores or mentioned in flyers. All these features and more ensure the inclusion of this app in the top 10 iPhone apps for this week.

9) Rappel

Rappel is the fastest Basecamp app which is full of desirable features for iPhone. Rappel helps you to remain connected with projects assigned to you from anywhere, even if you are travelling, thereby saving time. The app can be utilised to allot tasks, participate in discussions, and also upload data or files from iPhone.

10) Striiv Smart Pedometer

Striiv Smart Pedometer app uses GPS and sensors to keep track of movement, namely steps taken, distance covered and altitude reached, and translates the data obtained, into progress achieved in “MyWorld,” a virtual environment. You can thereby earn rewards while competing with other Striiv Smart users.

These were the top 10 iPhone apps for November 2012.

Top 10 iPad Apps for November 2012

The App Store possesses the world’s largest collection of mobile apps, approximately more than 2,75,000 iPad apps, and the number is steadily increasing. It is easy to download iPad apps from the Apps Store. Many of them are free and provide enhanced fun and utility. iPad apps take advantage of the superior technology which is in-built and thus offers a better experience for users. The top 10 iPad apps for November 2012 are evaluated below.

1) Path

Path is a free iPad app which helps to view bigger photos, owing to the larger screen. Path also contains film, music, and book previews, along with the facility to see posts regarding the whole day’s activities in an attractive landscape setting.

2) Wreck-It Ralph Storybook Deluxe

Disney has introduced a new book-app for the animated film named “Wreck-It Ralph.” Wreck-It Ralph Storybook Deluxe narrates the story to children in an animated style, incorporating clips from the film, and also includes a racing game in which kids get the opportunity to construct their own kart.

3) Bubble Guppies

Animal School Day app teaches children about animals, their habitats, and food habits. Rewards upon completion of activities such as designing and decorating a doghouse, and the facility to register up to four children separately with the app is indeed favoured by parents too. This app is included in the top 10 iPad apps for this week owing to its educational purpose.

4) LinkTV

The LinkTV World News app focuses on international news, broadcasting videos from all over the world, in addition to written articles and documentaries.

5) Junior Astronaut

Breaking through the space barrier is a free educational app, targeting 9 to 15 year-old children. It imparts information about space travel generally. It deals with rockets, gravity, alongside other topics with child-friendly looks and feel.

6) Monogram

Monogram is a free app which searches for brands or spots new fashion houses from all over the world and assembles all these details in a slick user interface, which enables one to make the best choice.

7) HuffPost

HuffPost Live is a free app available only in the United States. It enables users to view and exchange ideas in video-based conversations along with posting comments or opinions.The app offers entertainment through social interaction and debates.

8 ) Creatorverse

Creatorverse app involves an invention toolkit which helps you to assemble shapes, moving parts or devices to invent or create something innovative. This social app allows sharing of completed inventions or creations online to enable incorporating them into inventions of others.

9) Sooty Paint

Sooty Paint app involves digital painting, providing 20 pictures to be coloured by children, and a blank canvas in addition, to unleash their creativity.

10) Nigella Quick Collection

Nigella Quick Collection for iPad is Nigella Lawson‘s cookery app formerly limited to iPhone but has now been introduced into iPad too. It has more than 100 recipes, with full-screen photos and videos. Additional features include adding own voice and inserting text notes into recipes.

The list given above highlights the top 10 iPad apps but you can browse through the App Store to download iPad apps other than those mentioned, which may be free or available for a fee. Apps pertaining to work, education or leisure and entertainment can be downloaded from the Apps Store.