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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh recap for iPad pilots (it was a big year)

There were lots of new product announcements at EAA AirVenture this year, including new ADS-B receivers, gadgets for the cockpit and aviation app updates. Here's a recap of what was introduced.

The year ahead: 2013 predictions for the iPad

This is the final article in a series where we review the year that was and look forward to 2013. Previous articles have discussed the year in apps and accessories for iPad pilots. Here, we'll look ahead to what might be coming next year.

ForeFlight enhances web flight planning application

Most pilots know ForeFlight as a full-featured aviation app for iPad and iPhone, but aren't aware that they also offer a web-based flight planning application. This was recently enhanced to provide full airport information as well, including weather reports and forecasts.

Most popular articles of 2013

A year is an eternity in the fast-paced world of technology, and one look at iPad apps and accessories proves the point. For new iPad Pilot News readers or for those looking to catch up, here is our list of the top 10 most popular articles from 2013.

Apple announces new iPhones and final details on iOS 7

Apple announced two new iPhone models today, and the release date of the free iOS 7 upgrade. We have the details here.

Two iPad seminars this weekend at Sporty’s Fly-in

The Sporty's Pilot Shop Fly-in & Sweepstakes giveaway is this Saturday, May 19. In addition to a day full of exciting aviation events, there will be 2 iPad seminars presented by Sporty's and ForeFlight.
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Flying with the iPad eBook now available

A new eBook is now available from the editors of iPad Pilot News. Flying with the iPad contains a comprehensive collection of articles to help both new and seasoned iPad pilots make the most of the iPad in the cockpit.

ForeFlight moves beyond DUATS

ForeFlight has gone one step further in its transition away from DUATS services by integrating a new Lockheed Martin route tool for improved flight planning. They're also recommending pilots discontinue using the DUATS weather briefing tool in the app.

AOPA exits the EFB market

AOPA announced last week that they are exiting EFB market, and will instead offer a new free app focused on member needs next year.

FAA to study portable electronic devices on airplanes

Could the days of "please turn all electronic devices off until 10,000 feet" be coming to an end? Maybe. We explain how to contribute your opinion.