One of the selling points of the iPad Pro is the Smart Keyboard accessory that is sold separately. So far it only acts as a keyboard but according to a report from The Information (paywall), it seems that Apple has plans on upgrading it where a new model with a built-in trackpad could be launched later this year.
Just when we thought that Android tablets are obsolete, Huawei has come up with an impressive iPad Pro competitor.Of course, just because it’s an Android counterpart to Apple’s iPad Pro, some consider it as a clone to it – but that’s competition.In this case, Huawei seems to be offering something unique here.The key highlights include wireless charging, screen mirroring of a paired smartphone, and 5G connectivity.Not just limited to wireless […]
Apple’s iPads have never really been known for their photography. While they do come with cameras, admittedly there is a good chance that most of us would probably prefer to use our iPhones rather than our iPads to snap a photo. However, this doesn’t mean that Apple will ignore this part of the tablet.
Apple’s iPad has long dominated the tablet scene, but it seems that recently over in China, there has been a surge in demand for them. This is according to a report from DigiTimes who claims that there is an increase in demand for tablets over in the region due to the coronavirus outbreak.
One of the new features that Apple introduced to the iPad with iPadOS 13 is a new way of multitasking. Now it looks like Apple could be thinking about taking that feature and bringing it to the iPhone in iOS 14, or at least that’s what seems to be suggested according to a recent video.
At the moment, Apple’s iPad Pros are offered in either an 11-inch version or a 12.9-inch version. Many have praised the larger displays as it is better for viewing media as well as drawing, but now a report suggests that either Apple could be planning on downsizing the larger iPad, or introducing a slightly smaller variant.
If you’re thinking about getting yourself an iPad Pro, you might want to consider holding off for now. This is because according to a report from DigiTimes, it seems that the publication is claiming that Apple could be planning on introducing an iPad Pro refresh this coming March. This lines up with a recent rumor that claims Apple could host an event in March for its new iPhone SE 2.
These days, it’s not uncommon to see that when developers create apps for the iPhone, they also create one for the iPad, unless there is a very specific reason why the app might not necessarily be suited for the tablet. However, for years, many have been scratching their heads as to why Instagram is still not available for the iPad, at least natively.
According to the rumors, it is believed that Apple will most likely be hopping on the 5G bandwagon this year with its new lineup of iPhones. However, if a new report from DigiTimes is to be believed, it seems that the iPhones will not be the company’s only 5G product this year, as apparently Apple could also be planning the launch of 5G iPad Pros.
Back in 2018, Microsoft announced that they would be dipping their toes into the game streaming market with an upcoming service known as Project xCloud. This is where users can stream Xbox games onto pretty much any device. The service was later launched in preview where gamers on Android could participate in it.
AirDrop is Apple’s proprietary way of transferring files from one device to another, and here’s how you can use it.
One of the selling points of the iPad Pro is the Smart Keyboard accessory that is sold as an optional purchase. It is a pretty popular choice due to the fact that it works seamlessly with the tablet, although there have been many reviews that basically say that there is still a lot to be desired in terms of the overall feel.
One of the things that many gamers try to achieve when building their own PC is achieving a frames per second (FPS) of at least 60 FPS when playing at the highest settings possible. This is because 60 FPS offers a much smoother gameplay compared to 30 FPS, which is still very much playable, but not quite as smooth.
It is widely believed that this year could see Apple introduce 5G to the iPhone, but it might not necessarily be the 5G support we might be hoping for. According to the latest rumors, it seems that Apple could be adopting mmWave 5G technology for its 2020 iPhones and possibly the iPad Pros as well.