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Apple may launch iPad Air 3 this year after all

The lack of an iPad Air 3 at last week’s Apple event was a surprise to some people, despite what we had heard along the way. According to a new set of rumors, however, Apple hasn’t forgotten about its third-generation iPad Air for the 2015/2016 product cycle and will, in fact, be launching just such a […]

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iPad mini 2 still packs the most value into a tiny tablet

The new iPad mini 4, just announced last week, is good but probably not as good as it should be. In recent benchmark tests, it performs only slightly better than the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus of 2014. It’s still nowhere near as fast as the current-generation iPad Air 2 and it’s only a tad faster than the iPad […]

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Apple’s super-size iPad Pro could be hard to find early on

Tim Cook may have told us that the iPad Pro was the “biggest news in iPad since the original iPad,” but you wouldn’t necessarily know that based on the initial availability of the plus-sized tablet. According to a report, Apple is experiencing panel shortages for the device — meaning that it is likely that iPad Pro shipments will […]

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Ultra-tough Catalyst case is the ultimate iPad Pro-tection

The accessories company Catalyst likes to assume the extreme in everybody. It’s marketing wants us to fret not about getting our iPhone or Apple Watch wet or dirty. Catalyst projects the confidence that it has your investment protected. So less than a week after Apple announced a new iPad Pro, Catalyst is announcing the specs […]

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Why the iPad Pro is Apple’s vision for the future of personal computing

This is a guest post by Fraser Speirs, a teacher, systems administrator and consultant specialising in the application of modern mobile technology in schools. It originally appeared on his personal website. “The iPad is the clearest expression of our vision of the future of personal computing.” – Tim Cook The above statement by Apple’s CEO […]

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The NFL can’t stop calling Microsoft Surface an iPad

Microsoft is paying $ 400 million this season to make the Surface the official tablet of the NFL but the league’s announcers still can’t stop calling it an iPad. The 2015 NFL season officially kicked off last night with the first game between the Steelers and the Patriots. After NBC returned from a commercial break, the […]

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iPad Pro has twice as much RAM as iPad Air 2

The iPad Air 2 may boast a more-than-adequate 2GB of RAM, but the newly-announced iPad Pro is living up to its name with a massive 4GB. In yesterday’s crowded keynote event it was inevitable that Apple would fail to mention a few of the geekier spec details for its new devices, and its new giant-sized […]

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iPad Pro seduces Twitter but Apple Pencil gets the shaft

If there was one thing heard across Twitter during today’s Apple announcements, it was the sound of money being sucked from wallets. The introduction of an iPad 2, a more interactive Apple TV and the upgraded iPhone 6s generated tons of spending declarations on Twitter and in the posts written in another language, the exclamation […]

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Apple shows off iPad Pro, ‘The biggest news in iPad since iPad’

The iPad Pro is coming in November, and it’s going to be huge. Apple gave us our first look at the upcoming supertablet at its special event this morning, which has a 12.9-inch screen. And if that number seems awfully specific, you apparently haven’t figured out how Apple works by now. The width of the […]

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Why the iPad desperately needs a stylus

The case has clearly been made that a stylus should never be a device’s main method of input. Fingers prevail for everyday uses, especially revolving around content consumption. But isn’t it possible that in some cases an iPad stylus might enhance the experience? If you’ve been keeping up with Apple news over the years, you […]

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