With the launch of the iPadOS platform, Apple has finally introduced support for mouse. Many feel that this ultimately turns the iPad Pro into a potential true laptop replacement, but if you’re not a fan of bringing a mouse around with you, then you might want to check out the new Brydge Pro+ iPad Pro keyboard accessory.
Thinking about buying Apple’s iPad Pro? If you don’t have a need for it right this moment, you might want to consider holding off until next year. This is because in a post shared on Twitter by @OnLeaks, he has revealed the renders of what is allegedly 2020’s iPad Pro, and it looks pretty interesting.
It was only a couple of years ago when Apple finally hopped onto the OLED bandwagon as far as its smartphones were concerned. The rest of Apple’s products, save for the Apple Watch, continue to rely on LCD, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but there are certain advantages of OLED that we’re sure many would like to see brought over to the iPad and Mac computers.
We know that Apple has been dabbling in the realm of augmented reality for a while now. In fact, in the next few years, if the rumors are true, the company could actually be planning on launching an AR/VR headset with a pair of lightweight AR glasses coming in 2023. However, it seems that we could get a taste of what’s to come in 2020.
If you are thinking about getting your hands on an iPad Pro, you might want to hold off until 2020. This is because according to reports, it has been suggested that Apple might not refresh the iPad Pro this year, meaning that for the sake of futureproofing, holding off until next year might be a good idea if you don’t have the need for it right now.
While Apple might have been the first to the market with a mobile device with a 120Hz display, Razer is the first company to bring a 120Hz display to a smartphone. It has long been speculated that Apple could eventually bring the iPad Pro’s 120Hz display to its iPhones, and it seems that the wait could be shorter than expected.
While it might be tempting to download and use a software in beta because you’re too excited and can’t wait to see what kind of new features it might bring to the table, there is a reason why it is in beta, because there are bugs and issues that haven’t been fully flushed out yet. In fact, that’s what some iPad Pro users are finding out for themselves, unfortunately.
If you’re looking to buy Apple’s iPad Pro, you might want to wait until next year. This is because according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he claims that Apple will be launching a new iPad Pro in early 2020. This is actually rather interesting because the last time Apple launched a new iPad Pro, it was about a year ago.
One of the ways Apple has been trying to position the iPad Pro has a productivity device is with the introduction of the Smart Keyboard, essentially transforming the tablet into a pseudo laptop of sorts. Apple then upped their game by announcing that with iPadOS 13, they will finally be bringing support for mice.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.