The other day it was reported that iOS 11.3 was released, except that it seemed like the release was only for Apple’s latest iPad which was unveiled at the company’s recent education event. However we’re sure many other iOS users were wondering where their update was? The good news is that it’s here.
It’s safe to say that users who aren’t a fan of Apple throttling their iPhones are probably looking forward to the iOS 11.3 update which is supposed to allow users to disable the throttling. However when exactly the update will be released is anyone’s guess, although there is a chance that it could be soon.
Earlier today Apple announced a new, cheaper 9.7-inch iPad and if you’re thinking about getting your hands on it, you might be interested to learn that Logitech has since announced a couple of new accessories for the iPad, one of which is Logitech’s take on the Apple Pencil, and the other a rugged keyboard case for those who take their tablets on the go.
As expected, Apple has launched a new iPad at its education-focused event today. The company’s online store had been taken down hours before the event which also suggested that a new product was on the horizon. The reports about this iPad have turned out to be true. The new product announced today is a 9.7 inch iPad with support for the Apple Pencil.
Apple is expected to host an event on the 27th of March where if the rumors are to be believed, Apple will be unveiling a new iPad. Unfortunately if you were hoping to tune into the event and livestream it, prepare to be disappointed because it appears that unlike Apple’s events in the past, this particular event will not be able to livestream.
If you thought you could get around buying the more expensive iPad Pro and still enjoy the same Apple Pencil features, you’d be sorely mistaken. However that could change soon because according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple could be getting ready to unveil a cheaper 9.7-inch iPad that will come with Apple Pencil support.
Apple is a company that prefers relying on itself if possible, at least that’s the impression that they give as they typically control both the hardware and software of its products. In fact certain hardware components are designed by Apple, like their A-series of chipsets, instead of relying on third-party companies like Qualcomm.
Many rumors and reports have surfaced recently suggesting that Apple has a couple of new iPads in the pipeline. While the company is yet to say when it’s going to launch new tablets, it has sent out invites to the press for an event in Chicago on March 27th. The company hasn’t said much about the agenda, only that this will be an education-focused event. Therefore, it’s possible that the […]
Having launched on iPhones, just last month Microsoft announced that its Edge browser would soon be coming to iPads. The good news is that it looks like we’re one step closer to seeing a full release because it appears that the beta for Edge on the iPad is now available where if you’re part of the beta, you can take it for a spin.
Apple today confirmed the WWDC 2018 dates. As expected, its annual developers’ conference is going to take place in June this year. The company conducts its Worldwide Developers Conference every year to unveil new iterations of its iOS and macOS platforms. That’s precisely what it’s going to do this year as well.
Google rolled out Google Assistant to iPhones last year and it was only a matter of time before it expanded its virtual assistant to Apple’s tablets as well. That’s happening today. Google today announced that it has released Google Assistant for iPad. It can do everything that Assistant is already capable of doing on the iPhone.
There have been a lot of conflicting reports recently about new iPads from Apple. The company is due to launch new tablets in the near future and the latest report out of Taiwan suggests that it’s working on an 11 inch iPad Pro model. The company is expected to launch this 11 inch model alongside the updated 12.9 inch iPad Pro in the coming weeks, possibly before its Worldwide Developers […]
Recent reports have suggested that Apple has a couple of new tablets in the pipeline which it’s going to launch in the not too distant future. These new iPads are expected to feature the Face ID technology that the company introduced with the iPhone X last year. An analyst claims that the new iPad Pro models might soon enter mass production but they’ll only be released to customers in the […]
A report late last year suggested that Apple could be considering making its own power management chips, which some speculated could be ready this year. However according to a report from Reuters, it seems that won’t be happening anytime soon as Apple is expected to continue sourcing their power management chips from Dialog Semiconductor.