iPhone 11 Pro’s Multi-Camera Video Recording Feature Will Be Coming To Older iPhones

One of the highlight features of Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro is when the developers of the Filmic Pro video capture app showed how video could be captured on the phone’s multiple cameras simultaneously. This meant that video could be captured using the front-facing camera and rear-facing cameras at the same time.


Apple’s Most Expensive iPad Pro Just Got A Lot Cheaper

Apple’s products are already pretty expensive, although the more you upgrade the storage, the more expensive it gets. Take for example the iPad Pro with 1TB of storage which was priced at $1749, and note that we say “was” because it seems that Apple has decided to drop the prices on its iPad Pro models.


Some iPad Pro Owners Are Experiencing Delayed Or Missed Touch Responses

With our devices being mostly touchscreen, having a good and responsive display is crucial in the overall user experience. Now, the iPad Pro has a fantastic display but unfortunately, it seems that some users are encountering issues in which they are either experiencing a delayed response when touching the iPad, or a missed response entirely, meaning that their touch wasn’t even registered.


2020 iPad Pros Could Adopt A Time-Of-Flight Camera Sensor

When it comes to mobile photography, that is an area that Apple’s iPads aren’t necessarily known for. Sure, they take a decent photo or two, but it pales in comparison to what the iPhone can do. However, according to a report from The Elec, they are suggesting that the 2020 iPad Pros could change that.


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iPad Pro Refresh Could Bring A Triple Camera Setup

When it comes to camera development, Apple typically reserves it for its iPhones. However, sometimes certain features do trickle down to the iPad, although admittedly no one really uses their iPads for photography. But if you do, then you might be interested in the latest rumor that suggests some serious upgrades are coming.


2020 iPhone Could Adopt The iPad Pro’s 120Hz Display

One of the selling points of Apple’s iPad Pro is its beautiful 120Hz display. If you’ve ever tried it, you’ll know how smooth and slick the display is and what a pleasure it is to use. We’re sure that as a result, many are wondering if this is a feature that Apple could be considering bringing to its iPhones.


Concept Imagines The MacBook With A Foldable Display

With laptop makers churning out laptop/tablet hybrids, there have been some Apple fans who have called upon the company to do the same. Apple has resisted the idea in the past, but as we have seen with devices like the Apple Pencil, it is not unprecedented for Apple to have a change of heart.


iPad Pro With 5G Might Only Arrive In 2021

According to the rumors, Apple is expected to launch its 5G iPhone in 2020. Based on Apple’s history, the company tends to introduce new features to its iPhones first before it is eventually brought over to the iPad. This was the case with features such as Touch ID and Face ID, and it could be the same for 5G as well.


iOS 13 Could Bring Mouse Support To The iPad Pro

Ever since Apple introduced the iPad Pro that came with its own keyboard accessory, it was really starting to feel as if Apple were trying to suggest that the iPad Pro could double up as a laptop replacement. Now it seems that we could soon see the iPad Pro turn into a pseudo laptop of sorts.


How To Split Screen On iPad

With the introduction of iOS 9, Apple introduced multitasking to the iPad. If you plan on turning your iPad into a laptop replacement, here’s how you can take advantage of Split Screen to get the most out of your iPad.


Some iPad Pro Users Are Reporting Screen Stuttering Issues

Apple’s new iPad Pros are pretty expensive as far as laptops are concerned, but as such as they also pack some pretty high-end features, such as its beautiful 120Hz display. Unfortunately for some users, it appears that they are running into screen stuttering issues where the screen stutters while they scroll on the tablet, there are missed keystrokes, and in some cases certain touch gestures aren’t registered.


Logitech Slim Folio Pro Keyboard For The iPad Pro Launched

A couple of years ago, Logitech announced the Slim Folio keyboard case for the iPad. This provided users with an alternative to Apple’s own Smart Keyboard, which let’s face it, was kind of expensive. Now the good news is that it looks like Logitech has since updated its lineup where the latest model will be compatible with Apple’s new iPad Pros.


How To Screenshot Your iPad Or iPad Pro

Taking a screenshot can be useful if you’re trying to show someone something on your iPad, such as a website, an app, or if you’re trying to save screenshots of a bank transaction to use as a receipt, funny conversations, or if you want to save some screenshots of an app you’re developing.


Logitech’s Crayon Will Soon Work With The iPad Pro

The Apple Pencil stylus was initially only supported on the iPad Pro, but since last year, the company started to include support for its cheaper iPads. However the same couldn’t be said for cheaper third-party alternatives, like the Logitech Crayon stylus which only worked with the cheaper iPads and not the iPad Pro.