iPad Mini Nodus Case – Hot Buy! – TheAppWhisperer

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I’m excited, a few days ago I took delivery of a brand spanking new iPad Mini, of course it’s oozing gorgeousness, you know that. But I wanted to protect it, my life is busy, I wanted something that would look good, serve a purpose and prove functional. I think I’ve found it with the Nodus Access Case. The device is held within the case with ‘microsuction material’ and it holds it well and is easily removable too. The case protects both the rear and the beautiful retina screen too. There’s an opening on the rear of the case for the iPad Mini lens, so you can shoot images without removing the case. Inside, there’s an opening, allowing you to insert receipts, business cards, slim pieces of paper essentially.  

The Access Case is very high quality, crafted from full grain Italian leathers with a micro fibre lining. This is the world’s first micro-suction case and initially you may feel cautious to trust, but it’s so strong with a repeatable bond, leaving no residue when the device is removed. The surface of these pads are covered in millions of microscopic suction cups. This material will grip to any clean, smooth, non-porous surface with incredible force. It works perfectly with the Apple iPad Mini.

Nodus actually produce several cases, this one for the iPad Mini retails for £89.99/$133 (approx) – not cheap but these are high quality products that will last for years.

The Nodus Case for iPad Air 2/Air 1 retails for £99.99/$148 (approx). The case for the iPhone 5/6/6+ (which we will be reviewing shortly) retails for £49.99/$74 (approx).

We have been given a discount code of 10% to offer to our readers if you would like to purchase, just enter this code, it will work on all of their products and does not have a time or spend limit – appwhisperer10

To find out more or to place an order, please go here.

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Apple Confirms iPad Event on October 16, 2014

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As we mentioned two days ago in our Rumour page, see here, Apple have now sent out invitations to what we hope will be a bumper round of fabulous product launches.  September in the Apple calendar is typically dedicated to Apple smartphones and October often sees new iPads, iMacs and Mac software, with availabilty in November.

We’re hoping to see a new thinner and faster iPad Air 2, a 12.9 inch iPad and possibly a new iPad Mini. There may also be new iMacs with retina displays.

The event will be held at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET/6.00 pm London time.

It’s exciting, we will be covering the event live as we always do, tweeting the key points from our Twitter feed @theappwhisperer and adding the salient points to our dedicated website page too.

 

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Rumour – The New iPad 5…Video

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Mashable published news yesterday of a new video (via MacRumors) by Chinese parts supplier SW-BOX.com reportedly showing an iPad 5 and comparing it against the iPad 4 and iPad Mini. It looks pretty hot, it’s narrower than the iPad 4, it’s similar looking to the iPad mini, flatter and more streamlined. We’re hoping that Apple … Read moreRumour – The New iPad 5…Video

New iPad, iPad Mini and iPhone Coming Soon

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All weekend the internet was a buzz with news of the new iPhone that Apple are highly rumored to unveil at an event on September 10, 2013. We know it’s going to feature the new iOS 7 inside that was announced on June 10 this year along with and many other changes, that we reported … Read moreNew iPad, iPad Mini and iPhone Coming Soon

Rumor – iPad Mini With Retina Display Coming Q4

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Well that’s the latest rumour, according to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Apple is about to start mass production of a next generation iPad mini with Samsung sourced Retina screen, to be distributed in Q4. According to the WSJ, ‘Apple is working with suppliers in Asia on its next iPad mini with a high-resolution “retina” … Read moreRumor – iPad Mini With Retina Display Coming Q4

Fifth Generation iPad To Launch In September 2013

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Well the rumor sites are awash with news right now that the brand new Apple iPad 5 will launch in September 2013, with the second generation iPad Mini (which we hope picks up a retina screen) soon afterwards. According to AppleInsider today, ‘The fifth-generation iPad is expected to adopt a design similar to that of … Read moreFifth Generation iPad To Launch In September 2013

Adobe Optimises Photoshop Touch for iPad Mini and other 7-inch Tablet Displays

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Adobe today announced the immediately availability of Adobe Photoshop Touch 1.4, which brings optimisation for smaller tablet displays including the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7, in addition to new features and bug fixes for all users.     Photoshop Touch 1.4 brings new features and effects, including: ·         Added support for three pressure-sensitive styli … Read moreAdobe Optimises Photoshop Touch for iPad Mini and other 7-inch Tablet Displays

iPad Mini – Now Available To Purchase – Should You Or Shouldn’t You?

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The Apple iPad Mini Wi-Fi version is now available to purchase directly from an Apple Store near you but should you or shouldn’t you? Are you still undecided where this magical device fits into your photography workflow? If so, we recommend you read the following three posts. We asked three key mobile photography app developers … Read moreiPad Mini – Now Available To Purchase – Should You Or Shouldn’t You?

The iPad Mini – Jens Daemgen – ProCamera – Discusses The Relative Merits For Mobile Photography

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Earlier this week we contacted a few mobile photography app developers to ask their opinion regarding the new iPad Mini and whether they feel it will be of benefit to mobile photographers in respect of their apps. We published Mike Hardaker, developer for 645 PRO thoughts here and recently published Tai Shimizu, Filterstorm developer, thoughts … Read moreThe iPad Mini – Jens Daemgen – ProCamera – Discusses The Relative Merits For Mobile Photography

The iPad Mini – Tai Shimizu – Filterstorm – Discusses The Relative Merits For Mobile Photography

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Earlier this week we contacted a few mobile photography app developers to ask their opinion regarding the new iPad Mini and whether they feel it will be of benefit to mobile photographers in respect of their apps. We published Mike Hardaker, developer for 645 PRO thoughts here. Today, we are publishing Tai Shimizu developer of … Read moreThe iPad Mini – Tai Shimizu – Filterstorm – Discusses The Relative Merits For Mobile Photography

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