The short answer is, not having a 1000s, I don't know.
However, the broad principle is to turn on the DLNA server on the 1000s (presuming it has one, try the Internet Settings screen in the setup menu) and then use a DLNA-capable media player on the iPad – I have heard that BuzzPlayer is one such.
It was in a post from Barry on the forum at (myhumax.org). It was in a post of replies to forum questions he received from Humax towers.
As always there was no date specified. As freesat's priorities for the unit seem to get priority, I assume Humax's other priorities are awaiting resource availability.
One extra word of caution, the DLNA client will need to implement rights management (which other Humax PVR's with either DLNA client and/or server do).
It's your post that is untrue. Barry has never promised anything . He has reported the current situation as advised by Humax (afaik he is the only poster on any forum with direct contacts with Humax). As with any business unexpected problems arrive and priorities change. He is bound by confidentially agreements with Humax, there are some commercial decisions he cannot for obvious reasons make public. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you
I doubt you can
1 Find a promise or time scale anywhere.
2 Or a feature that did not arrive as expected ( I can only think of one, and that was as a result of circumstances beyond Humax control.)
We had the same rubbish about the missing vod services from freetime, guess what they arrived. Again the delay was down to the broadcasters (CH4 and CH5) not down to Humax.
As Repassac says it seems unlikely that streaming to an ipad will happen anytime soon, unless a ios app supporting protected streaming becomes available (Or is that down to Humax as well )