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.
Apple’s products have never been referred to as cheap. However if for whatever reason you must own an Apple product, then chances are you might already be familiar with the fact that Apple sells refurbished products on its website. In fact the company has recently launched a redesigned online refurbished store.
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.
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.
Many scoffed at Apple when the company first launched the iPad, but fast forward to today, it is clear that the iPad is here to stay, with some users even shifting from using a laptop to the tablet full time. Now it seems that more are shifting to the use of the iPad, such as Broadway productions where some shows are swapping out physical production books and scripts in favor […]
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 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.
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 […]
The other day benchmarks revealed that Apple’s new iPad Pros are almost as powerful as the company’s MacBook Pro lineup. Now it seems that additional reviews and benchmarking performed by Laptop Mag (via Tom’s Guide) has revealed that the new iPad Pros have benchmark scores that blow past its Windows competitors.
Apple recently announced its new iPad Pros which comes with a modified version of the A12 Bionic chipset used in the company’s 2018 iPhone lineup. This comes in the form of the A12X Bionic which features an octa-core design that Apple claims is 35% faster in single-core performance and 90% faster in multi-core performance compared to 2017’s model.
For the longest time, Apple used to share how much iPhones they had sold during the launch weekend. Given that every year Apple seems to sell more and more iPhones, such an announcement was done for various reasons: to boast, to make iPhone owners feel proud that they own the best-selling handset, and to make investors happy.
The Do Not Disturb (aka DND) mode on iOS 11 was not much useful – a lot of users request for a change (to make it more accessible and useful). And, finally, we have an improved DND feature on iOS 12.
Getting hooked on to your smartphone more than you should? Want a healthy schedule instead? If that is what you are looking for – the screen time management feature on iOS 12 will help you organize your digital life. With the Screen Time settings, you get to know your usage patterns (how much time you’ve spent using an application per day/week/month) or which of the services do you use the […]
When Apple announced their new iPad Pros, it was revealed that they would be powered by a variant of the A12 Bionic in the form of the A12X Bionic. It would also feature its own custom GPU that Apple says gives it Xbox One X-like performance, except in tablet form. However one hardware feature Apple deigned to mention was how much RAM the new tablets would have.