For years, Apple has been trying to slim down its products to make them as thin as possible. While it is beautiful to behold and quite a technological marvel, it’s not very practical as making products thin means sacrificing certain features or compromising on them, like not being able to accommodate larger batteries, for instance.
Back in January, much to everyone’s surprise, Microsoft announced the business-focused Microsoft Surface Pro 7+. We say that everyone was surprised because many had assumed that Microsoft would follow up on the Surface Pro 7 with the Surface Pro 8, but instead chose to launch the Surface Pro 7+.
At CES 2021, ASUS took the wraps off a bunch of new computers, but it seems that the company had more products that they did not announce. A report from Chrome Unboxed has revealed a device called the ASUS Chromebook Flip CM3000 that was recently spotted in a listing on German retailer Saturn’s website.
Ever since Apple has done away with Touch ID on its iPhones (for the most part), there have been multiple rumors suggesting that Apple could actually be looking to bring the tech back through an in-display sensor. If the rumors are to be believed, it could actually happen with the iPhone 13 this year.
Dipongo is a mobile application available on tablets and smartphones that aims at keeping kids away from all screens to spark their imagination and activate their creativity. The goal statement sounds like a conundrum: using displays to keep children away from them, how is that possible?According to this Raise Smart Kids article published in January 2020, there is little scientific data available from pediatric studies to prove screen time could […]
If you’ve completely bought into the Apple ecosystem and own multiple Apple products like an iPad, Apple Watch, iPhone, AirPods, and more, then you might be interested in taking a look at Kensington’s latest offering that the company unveiled at CES 2021 – the Kensington StudioDock.
The rumors are saying that Apple is expected to introduce a new iPad in the coming months. This could include the iPad mini, the 9th gen iPad, and also the iPad Pro which could be getting a mini LED display. Now thanks to CAD renders obtained by MySmartPrice, we might have an idea of what the iPad Pro 2021 could look like.
Apple’s iPad mini, as the name suggests, is currently the smallest out of the entire iPad lineup with a 7.9-inch display. Given that Apple has since launched iPads with 12.9-inch displays, it certainly does feel a lot smaller, but Apple could change that with their next iPad mini refresh, according to a report from Macotakara.
Apple’s iPad lineup consists of several different models, ranging from the top-of-the-line iPad Pro to the budget iPad. For those who feel that maybe the budget iPad’s design is looking a bit dated, you might be pleased to learn that the tablet could be undergoing a redesign for the 9th generation model.
Last year before the year closed out, there was a report claiming that Apple could launch a new iPad Pro in the first quarter of 2021. While refreshes are to be expected, what makes this iPad Pro different is that it is apparently rumored to be using mini LED display panels, a change from the LCDs iPads have used in the past.
There have been rumors in recent times suggesting that Apple could be looking to adopt the use of mini LEDs for its products, such as the iPad lineup. If you are looking forward to seeing a mini LED iPad, then you might want to hold off on your purchase because the latest rumors are claiming that such a device will launch in the first quarter of 2021.
At the moment, Apple’s iOS devices are typically limited to just one user per device. This is unlike a computer where users can sign in using their own ID where their preferences and files are kept separately. However, it seems that in the future, iOS devices could potentially allow for multiple user accounts.
Apple’s iPads typically use the same A-series of chipsets that the iPhone uses, except with some tweaks that make it slightly more powerful. However, it seems that in the future moving forwards, Apple’s iPads could get a massive boost in performance as they might end up using the M-series chipsets that Apple is using for their ARM-based Mac computers.
Last month, Google teased that Stadia would finally be arriving for iOS devices and it looks like that day has finally arrived. For those who are interested in streaming games on their iPhones and iPads, you will now be able to choose Stadia as one of the game streaming platforms available to you.
It used to be impossible to change the default apps on your iOS device, but with iOS 14, Apple has made some concessions, one of which is the changing of your default browser.
In recent years, companies like Apple have put into place preventive measures that would allow parents to put restrictions in place on devices like iPhones and iPads to curb unnecessary spending of money on in-app purchases. This is due to the various stories we’ve come across where kids unknowingly spend money on games.
Right now when it comes to buying a new Apple product, you’d have to buy it outright, or get it on an installment plan from a carrier if they’re selling it. You can also trade-in an older device and use the credit towards a new one. However, it seems that maybe in the future, Apple could consider introducing a hardware-based subscription.
Apple’s iPads have long supported cellular connectivity, and with the new iPhone 12 series supporting 5G, we suppose it shouldn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Apple could be looking to introduce mmWave 5G to its higher-end iPad Pros starting in 2021, or at least that’s the word according to DigiTimes.
With Apple’s iPhones pretty much switching over to OLED displays, many have wondered when the iPad series will make that transition. It’s not entirely impossible, but the larger screens would represent technical challenges, not to mention it might also see an increase in costs, but if you love the idea of an OLED iPad, you’re in luck.
While the majority of mobile games can be played perfectly fine using the onscreen controls, there are some games that might benefit from using an external game controller. However, this in turn raises some issues in which gamers will need to spend extra money on a separate accessory.