There's a good chance you have a very useful app currently installed on your iPhone or iPad that you didn't know existed, which delivers new aviation content daily to your devices. Here we'll show what it can do and how to take advantage of it as a pilot.
This week's video tip takes a look at all the options available along with advice on how to choose which ADS-B receiver is best for you. You'll also learn how to use the weather products provided from the FAA's free weather datalink and some tips and tricks for mounting a portable ADS-B receiver in the cockpit.
One of the most under-appreciated features of the iPad is its fantastic battery life. But there are a number of things you can do to improve the performance of your iPad battery and keep it in top working condition.
About a month ago, ForeFlight introduced support for the SiriusXM Aviation Receiver, also called the SXAR1. We've had the chance to fly with it on numerous trips now, and overall we've found the SXAR1 to be reliable and useful. Here are some notes from a recent cross country flight.
Here we're going to show you how to use chart annotations in several apps and offer tips on how to make make the most of them during your flying. They can really come in handy.
Apple recently released an incremental update to the new iOS 10 software that is now available for iPhone and iPad. Version 10.1 includes a wide variety of improvements to many of the new features that debuted in the initial release of iOS 10. Read more about iOS 10 here in our Pilot's Guide to iOS 10, including how to update and the new features included in the release.