Articles about iPad (page 8)

Apple Registers A Couple Of New iPad Models In Eurasian Database
According to the rumors, Apple could have a couple of new iPads in the works. Apple typically refreshes their iPads on an annual basis, and this time, we have heard that Apple could be planning on launching two new models in the form of a new 10.2-inch model option and also a refresh to its 10.5-inch iPad.

WhatsApp For iPad Could Be In The Works
WhatsApp has evolved over the years from being an app exclusive to smartphones, to being made available on the desktop. However, if there is one platform that WhatsApp has yet to truly support, it would be tablets. This is largely due to WhatsApp requiring the user to have a phone number, something that tablets do not typically have.

Apple Fixes GPS Bug On Old iOS Devices Through An Update
Apple is rolling out a new update for older iPhones and iPads to fix a GPS bug. The update is meant for customers using an iOS device that was launched in 2012 or earlier. Those users should check for an update on their device since Apple is now rolling out a new software update for them.

Spotify For iPad Finally Picks Up Multitasking Support
There’s some good news today for Spotify users on iPad. There’s a new update rolling out today for the Spotify app for iPad. The music streaming service has finally added multitasking support to the iPad version of its iOS app. This means that it gets support for features like Slide Over and Split View, a feature that Apple initially released back in 2015.

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Five New iPads Show Up In European Regulatory Filings
A report from yesterday suggested that Apple could be gearing up for a launch of a new iPad. The iPad in question is said to be the rumored 10.2-inch iPad which is said to be replacing the 9.7-inch model. It seems that there could be some truth to those rumors because according to a report by MySmartPrice, they have discovered that a bunch of new iPads have been filed with […]

Mass Production Of Apple’s Next-Gen iPad Expected To Begin This Month
If you’re interested in getting your hands on a new iPad tablet, then you might want to hold off on a bit. This is because according to a report from Japanese publication Macotakara, they cite Taiwan’s Economic Daily News in which they claim that Apple is expected to begin mass production of the next-gen iPad later this month.

Wild Rumor Claims Foldable iPad With 5G Could Launch In 2020
According to the rumors, it has been suggested that Apple could be working on a foldable iPhone. This is due to the interest in foldable phones shown by Samsung and Huawei, which has allegedly prompted Apple to explore the idea. Whether or not they’ll actually go through with it remains to be seen.

Tim Cook: Apple Is Working On Products That Will ‘Blow You Away’
Given how instrumental Jony Ive was in Apple’s success, thanks to his designs, it was no doubt a huge blow for the company when the famed designer announced that after 30 years, he would be finally leaving Apple and starting his own design company. We’re sure that there are probably some who are concerned about the future of the company, but Apple’s CEO Tim Cook doesn’t seem to be too […]

Osmo Launches A New iPad Learning Kit For Preschoolers
The way kids learn these days is very different from back in our days. However, some of it is still based on the fundamentals, such as playing with blocks and shapes, and that seems to be what Osmo is going for when they announced their new Little Genius Starter Kit which is an iPad learning kit aimed at preschoolers.

iOS 13: Everything You Need To Know
iOS 13 was announced at Apple’s WWDC 2019 recently. It may not have been the most exciting release (it is subjective, of course) – but it surely features a ton of useful (new) additions.

Security Company Claims To Be Able To Pull Data From Any iOS Device
Cellebrite, for those unfamiliar, is an Israeli mobile security company who gained attention when it was revealed that they had managed to crack Apple’s iPhones, allowing them to gain access to the contents of the device without needing the passcode or biometric authentication from the owner of the device.

iMovie For iPhones, iPad Updated With New Green Screen Feature
Editing video clips on our mobile devices are usually a less-than-ideal experience due to the relatively smaller screens. It makes it harder to do more complex tasks, but if you absolutely need to make some quick edits on the go, iMovie for the iPhone and iPad is a useful tool, especially since it is free and is bundled with all iOS devices.

iOS 13 Will Allow Users To Capture Images From The Front And Back Simultaneously
On pretty much all our smartphones these days, there are cameras on the front and back of our phones. However, you can only capture images from either camera at once, but if for whatever reason you need to capture images simultaneously, you’ll be pleased to learn that the upcoming iOS 13 update will introduce multi-cam support.

Not All Macs Will Support Using An iPad As A Secondary Display
As part of the macOS Catalina update, Apple announced a new feature called Sidecar which allows users with an iPad to turn it into a secondary display while using their Mac computer. There were rumors that Apple could be building in this functionality into macOS, and the good news was that it turned out to be true.