One of the ways Apple has been trying to position the iPad Pro has a productivity device is with the introduction of the Smart Keyboard, essentially transforming the tablet into a pseudo laptop of sorts. Apple then upped their game by announcing that with iPadOS 13, they will finally be bringing support for mice.
One of the highlight features of Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro is when the developers of the Filmic Pro video capture app showed how video could be captured on the phone’s multiple cameras simultaneously. This meant that video could be captured using the front-facing camera and rear-facing cameras at the same time.
The other day, Apple made a surprising announcement at its iPhone event. Typically the company reserves its new iPad announcements for much later in the year, but for some reason, the company decided to launch a new 10.2-inch entry-level iPad at its event. One of the changes they made is the introduction of the Smart Connector.
Apple’s products are already pretty expensive, although the more you upgrade the storage, the more expensive it gets. Take for example the iPad Pro with 1TB of storage which was priced at $1749, and note that we say “was” because it seems that Apple has decided to drop the prices on its iPad Pro models.
According to Apple, one of the company’s most popular iPads is the 9.7-inch model. It’s actually not that surprising when you consider that Apple had previously launched an updated 9.7-inch model that was considerably cheaper and acted as an entry-level device for those looking to dip their toes in the iPad waters.
There is no doubt that Apple wants users to use its iMessage messaging platform. It is a pretty decent default messaging platform that iOS users can use with each other, and with every iOS update, Apple introduces new features to it. However, one feature that seems to be lacking is message scheduling.
With our devices being mostly touchscreen, having a good and responsive display is crucial in the overall user experience. Now, the iPad Pro has a fantastic display but unfortunately, it seems that some users are encountering issues in which they are either experiencing a delayed response when touching the iPad, or a missed response entirely, meaning that their touch wasn’t even registered.
When it comes to mobile photography, that is an area that Apple’s iPads aren’t necessarily known for. Sure, they take a decent photo or two, but it pales in comparison to what the iPhone can do. However, according to a report from The Elec, they are suggesting that the 2020 iPad Pros could change that.
If you’re thinking about buying a new iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, or MacBook, you might want to hold off for the next month or so. This is because according to a recent sighting at the Eurasian Economic Commission, it seems that Apple has filed for a bunch of new products, suggesting that product refreshes could be coming soon.
When it comes to camera development, Apple typically reserves it for its iPhones. However, sometimes certain features do trickle down to the iPad, although admittedly no one really uses their iPads for photography. But if you do, then you might be interested in the latest rumor that suggests some serious upgrades are coming.
Need to cancel a recurring subscription for your iTunes account? Unfortunately, it’s not always the most obvious, but our guide will walk you through the steps you need to take to cancel your subscriptions.
Apple is reportedly going to launch a new budget iPad this year, budget in the sense that it would be slightly more affordable than the premium options in its tablet lineup. This new 10.2 inch iPad is expected to be released by the third quarter of this year. It should replace the existing 9.7 inch iPad in the company’s tablet lineup.
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 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.