What pilots need to know about the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2

Apple's annual September get-together has become a highly anticipated event for technology fans, as the company usually announces new hardware and features just in time for Christmas shopping. This year's edition lacked some of the usual fireworks, with no iPad changes and relatively modest iPhone upgrades, but there was still plenty of news. Let's cut through the hype and explore what pilot should know.
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Top 10 iPad articles of 2018

We published well over 100 articles this year at iPad Pilot News, covering everything from new app features to advanced tips. What were the most popular posts of the year? Here's our top 10 list.
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SkyDemon brings full iPad aviation app to European pilots

Pilots in Europe have, until now, not had the full-featured aviation apps that US pilots have come to love. There simply is no WingX or ForeFlight equivalent. But the latest iPad app from SkyDemon may change that.

Apple’s iTunes 11 — don’t give up on it yet

The recent update to iTunes allows it to run faster and includes a new interface. Learn how to use its features to better manage and backup your iPad or iPhone.

All-new iPad flight training webinar coming up Thursday

An all new webinar is coming up this Thursday on flight training with the iPad. You'll learn all about when to start using the iPad during flight training, aviation apps, flight-planning and navigation best-practices, tips for instrument student pilots, checkride techniques and more.

What the ForeFlight-Jeppesen partnership means for pilots

It's not quite on the level of the AOL-Time Warner merger, but the announcement this week that ForeFlight and Jeppesen are partnering on app development is certainly big news. Here we'll explain what the specifics of the partnership are, how pilots will be affected, and why it matters.

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.

Plenty of iPad seminars at Airventure 2013

If there were any doubt about the iPad's popularity among pilots, a look at the forum schedule for EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2013 should make it clear. EAA's list shows over 30 seminars on iPad apps, accessories and tips. Here are some highlights

iPad Pro now available for sale

The new 13" iPad Pro is now available to order from Apple's online store. Here we'll take a look at what's new and all the specs to help you decide if it's worth the upgrade.

Clearance delivery by app goes into testing

Last year we reported on a concept from MITRE corporation that showed how to deliver IFR clearances via electronic flight bag app. The goal was to offer a safer, more reliable, and more efficient way to pick up a clearance at a remote airport. Now this concept is taking the next step, with a limited test at Manassas Regional Airport (HEF) in Virginia.