ZAGG Announces New Keyboard Cases For The iPad, iPad Pro

#CES2019 – If the keys on Apple’s Smart Keyboard for the iPad isn’t to your liking, then chances are you don’t really have much choice but to turn to third-party keyboards. Now ZAGG has in the past put out several keyboard cases for the iPad, and this year at CES the company has unveiled more models for the iPad and the iPad Pro.


Apple Responds To iPad Pro Bendgate Controversy With Detailed Manufacturing Process

One of the things Apple is known for is their high build quality which allows devices to be used for years on end but still hold up pretty well. Unfortunately that reputation has suffered a bit in recent times, what with the iPhone 6 being found to bend pretty easily, and more recently there is a similar problem plaguing the 2018 iPad Pros.


Some 2017 iPad Pros Suffering From Bright Spot Above Home Button

According to reports from users in the MacRumors forum (via MacRumors), it seems that there are some iPad Pro owners who are complaining about seeing a bright spot above the home button on their tablets. This seems to affect mostly the 2017 models and covers both the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros.


Apple Responds To Reports Of Bent iPad Pros

Recently there was a report on how Apple’s new iPad Pros are bending (a stress test last month found that the tablet seems to bend pretty easily without much force). However instead of promising a fix, Apple instead told publications like The Verge that the bend is “normal” and isn’t considered a defect, and that it will not worsen over time nor will it affect the tablet’s performance.


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Some iPad Pros (2018) Are Shipping Bent, But Apple Says It’s Not A Defect

If you bought a tablet online and it shipped to your home and you discovered that it was slightly bent/warped, would you consider that a problem? We’re sure many people would, although oddly enough Apple doesn’t seem to think so. According to reports, it seems that there are some iPad Pro (2018) units that have been shipped to customers who have discovered that the tablets are actually bent on arrival.


HYPER Launches USB-C Hub For The iPad Pro

When Apple announced their new 2018 iPad Pros, what was interesting about the announcement was that Apple decided to drop the use of their proprietary Lightning port in favor of a more universal port, the USB-C. This immediately opened up all kinds of doors that would change how users used the tablet.


Apple’s New iPad Pro Seems To Bend Pretty Easily

We’ve all accidentally sat on our devices before, and for the most part most of them escape unscathed. However with Apple’s new iPad Pro, you might want to check to make sure you don’t sit down on it because based on a test conducted by JerryRigEverything, it appears that Apple’s new iPad Pros bend pretty easily.


Luna Turns Your iPad Pro Into A Display For The Mac Mini

One of the upsides of the Mac Mini is that it is small and portable which means that placing it anywhere in your home is possible, as long as you have a display that you can attach to it (along with a keyboard and mouse). However if you’d rather not get a separate display, it seems that the folks at Luna Display have stumbled upon a pretty cool alternative.


11-inch iPad Pro VS 10.5-inch iPad Pro In Performance Comparison

Last month Apple took the wraps off their new iPad Pros. Apple changed up the design of the iPad Pro to give it an edge-to-edge display, and in the case of the smaller version, it allowed Apple to offer up a larger display while keeping the entire body roughly the same size, which bumped it to an 11-inch display.


Apple Pencil Teardown Hints At Potential New Features

The first-gen Apple Pencil was a pretty straightforward device that allowed users to use it with the iPad Pro, Apple improved upon its functionality with the launch of the second-gen Apple Pencil that was announced alongside the newly-designed iPad Pro. Now thanks to a teardown of the device by the folks at iFixit, it seems that the device could potentially do more than advertised.


Netflix Updated With Support For New iPad Pro’s Display

Apple’s iPad Pros have always featured what Apple calls a “Retina” display, and for the most part over the years, the company has maintained the resolution of its displays on the iPad Pro lineup, even with the newer models which features a new design, thinner bezels, and what Apple is calling a Liquid Retina display.


Brydge Turns The iPad Pro Into A MacBook Lookalike

When Apple announced their new iPad Pro, they also introduced a new Smart Keyboard that for the most part is the same as before, except that it now gives users two different angles to view their tablets with. However if you want more freedom when it comes to choosing viewing angles and potentially better keys, Brydge might have something for you.


Apple’s iPad Pro Also Doubles As A Fridge Magnet

Apple’s new iPad Pro comes with quite a few magnets, in case you did not realize. A test conducted by Pocket-lint discovered that the tablet contained as many as 90 magnets on the back of the iPad Pro alone. If you thought that the magnets were only for the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard, think again.


Satechi Unveils USB-C Hub For The New iPad Pro

One of the major and interesting design changes Apple made to its new iPad Pro was giving it a USB-C connector instead of its proprietary Lightning port. This opened up the possibilities as to what the tablet could do, such as connect to cameras, external displays, and so on. For those who are planning on turning their iPad Pro into a computer of sorts, then Satechi might have something for […]