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.
While our tablets might be viewed simply as larger phones, the fact of the matter is that they’re more than that. This is because while they might share a similar operating system, how we use our phones versus our tablets are very different, and as such apps designed for tablets are simply more than just scaled up versions of phone apps.
Staying organized is a way to save time. You can do this by Creating folders and Grouping Apps of same nature all at one place. It is effortless and an efficient practice which you must follow absolutely. In this article, we will walk you through all the steps needed to Create Folders and Group apps on iPhone
Apple recently launched some new iPad models. This included a 10.5-inch iPad Air and a 7.9-inch iPad mini. These are designed to be Apple’s new lower-end iPads, but despite that, they also came with support for the Apple Pencil which had more or less been an exclusive to the iPad Pro.
Apple recently launched their new iPads in the form of the 10.5-inch iPad Air and the iPad mini. For those who are planning to get the new iPads and are thinking that maybe some of your older iPad cases can still fit (like the iPad mini), think again. According to AppleInsider, it seems that the new iPads won’t play nice with existing cases.
It has been rumored for a while now that Apple could have a bunch of new iPads in the works. These aren’t the iPad Pros which were only recently refreshed last year, but rather the rumors are claiming that these are actually the budget iPads which could be launched in new 10.2-inch and 10.5-inch options.
According to the rumors, Apple is working on a new set of AirPods and also a bunch of new iPads. We’re not sure when they might be announced, but it could be relatively soon because according to a report from DigiTimes (via MacRumors), it seems that Apple’s suppliers have started to gear up for production of those devices.
According to the rumors, Apple could be planning to refresh its iPad lineup. One of the tablets part of the refresh is the iPad mini 5 and also the budget iPad model that was originally launched in 2018. However it turns out that the refresh of the budget iPad could also come in a new design.
According to the rumors, Apple is set to release the iPad mini 5 in the near future. The tablet has not been updated in years and if you were hoping to see a brand new design similar to the new iPad Pros, think again. This is because according to photos published by 91Mobiles (via Cult of Mac), it seems that Apple won’t be straying too far from the previous design.
Apple is expected to unveil a new iPad in the coming months and it’s now being reported that there may not be any surprises on the headphone jack front. A new report claims that the upcoming tablet from Apple is going to retail its headphone jack and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor which is embedded in the home button.
Apple charging such a premium on their iPhones isn’t doing their customers any favors because it also means that iPhones are now more desirable than ever to thieves. However what’s interesting is that based on data from Prey, a device-protection company, it seems that your iDevice is more likely to have been misplaced than stolen.
In the past Apple has typically been seen as an innovative company, but recently their products and offerings just feel more of the same, where they don’t seem to be paying any attention to what their customers want or are saying to them. If you’re hoping that this could change in the future, think again.
When it comes to determining how powerful or efficient a chipset is, there are other things to look at besides just clock speed. The process that the chip is being built on matters, which is why while the layperson might not care how many “nm” a chipset is being built-on, the end result could be a faster and more efficient chipset.
Last year Apple introduced a new budget iPad with Apple Pencil support. The company later updated its iPad Pro lineup with a brand new design with Face ID, and if the rumors are true, Apple could be gearing up for an iPad refresh along with a long overdue refresh of the iPad mini.