A couple of years ago, Apple came under fire when it was discovered that they had been throttling their iPhones. The official reason was that Apple slowed down iPhones with aging batteries to prevent it from crashing, but many weren’t too thrilled that they weren’t at least given the option.
As powerful as the iPad Pros are, many have pointed out that it still isn’t quite there yet in terms of it being a potential laptop replacement. This is because of the limitations of iOS, where you can’t quite pull off certain functions like you would on an OS like macOS or Windows, but that has changed when Apple launched iPadOS.
Last year, Valve announced the Steam Link app for mobile devices. For those who are hearing about this for the first time, the Steam Link app basically allows gamers to play their Steam games on their mobile devices. This works by streaming games from your computer onto your smartphone or tablet.
While some form of Adobe’s Photoshop has always been available on mobile devices, it isn’t quite as robust or complex compared to the desktop version of the app. However, last year announced alongside the new iPad Pros, Adobe also revealed that the “real” Photoshop would be coming to the iPad as well.
Apple’s iCloud makes for a pretty decent backup service for your macOS and iOS devices, but it is not unlimited and as such, you might eventually find yourself running low on space. You can check out our guide if you’d like to learn how to better manage your iCloud storage.
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.
According to a recent rumor, it was suggested that iOS 13 could bring mouse support to the iPad Pro. Given that the iPad Pro already supports keyboards with its own Smart Keyboard accessory, introducing mouse support seems like a natural evolution in Apple’s quest to make the iPad Pro a bonafide laptop replacement.
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.
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.
Apple’s upcoming major macOS update appears to be a feature-packed one. Reports have started filtering in about the new features that we can expect from this update. A report claims that macOS 10.15 will enable users to use a connected iPad as an external display for their Mac computer. There are a few third-party options for this already but they will essentially become obsolete if official support arrives in macOS […]
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.
The use of WhatsApp has largely been for mobile devices like our smartphones, but the good news is that if you’re on the iPad quite frequently and would love the ability to respond to messages, you might soon get the chance to do so. This is according to a report from WABetaInfo who claims that support for the iPad could be coming soon.
Most devices these days have protections built-in so that they can be protected against brute-force attacks which attempt to break the lock by trying as many passcode combinations as possible. The device would time out in this instance and ask the user to wait for a certain amount of time before trying again. All of that probably didn’t make sense to a toddler who kept punching in an incorrect password […]
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.