TLDR: The Apple Mac Bundle Giveaway gives you a chance to win an Apple prize collection featuring a new Mac, MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, and more, just for entering the drawing. Whether it’s feats of technical innovation and brilliance, remarkable marketing prowess, or a sophisticated combination of both, it’s pretty miraculous to step back and look at what Apple has achieved over the last 50 years. From the Mac to the iPod to the iPhone to the iPad, Apple has not only carved out a legacy of forward-thinking products, but an almost cult-like devotion to its practices that virtually unduplicated across…This story continues at The Next Web
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Users have found that some 2021 iMacs have a manufacturing defect – the stand is not attached to the monoblock body evenly, which is why ...
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Apple last released the iPad mini in June 2019, and now two years have passed, and we are yet to see another iPad mini. However, ...
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The announcement of new iPad software at this year’s WWDC conference had an abnormally large expectation hung on it. The iPad lineup, especially the larger iPad Pro, has kept up an impressively frantic pace of hardware innovation over the past few years. In that same time frame, the software of the iPad, especially its ability […]
The well-known insider Jon Prosser has shared high-quality renders showcasing the alleged design of the next-generation iPad mini. According to him, the renders are based ...
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Apple’s YouTube page currently has an unlisted video for a very clever iPad Pro ad featuring the song “Part of Your World” from Disney’s iconic animated film The Little Mermaid (via MacRumors).
In the ad, PC users sing the lyrics to the classic song while looking upon their (of course) ugly-looking computer setups that are filled with peripherals and wires. (One woman’s leg is literally tied to her chair by a cord.) Often, they forlornly look outside, where people are happily using their iPad Pros to video chat, play games, and do work, seemingly free from the horrible confines of desktop computing.
The lyrics, admittedly, do apply well for an ad where Apple is trying to prove that an iPad Pro can do everything that a “normal” computer...
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The iPad Mini is apparently in line for an overhaul, and this could be what it looks like.
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The Youtuber Jerry Rig Everything is widely known to technology fans for constantly arranging durability tests for brand new smartphones and other devices. He wants ...
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This year’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro may be the most revolutionary Applet tablet ever since the company first introduced the iPad Pro line. It now runs on Apple’s most powerful chip yet and has even switched out the plain backlit LCD for a Mini LED-backlit LCD. And as with anything that changes its formula, there might be some changes that have … Continue reading
You've decided you want to buy an iPad, but do you know which is the iPad for you? We run through the best iPads available right now in different categories.
Apple announced updates to its operating systems, including iOS, iPadOS and macOS at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday. iPadOS has new productivity features, but do the updates justify the company's decision to put an M1 chip in the iPad Pro? And although Apple previewed macOS Monterey, a Mac hardware announcement was noticeably absent. Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and Macworld executive editor Michael Simon join Juliet to recap WWDC, answering viewer questions and discussing enterprise improvements and unannounced new iOS 15 features.
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Apple just released a new iPad Pro, but the 10.2-inch iPad is the best choice for most people. Here are the best tablets overall.
At the WWDC21 conference yesterday, Apple officially unveiled the iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey. These are its latest systems for smartphones, tablets, ...
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As of today, Apple Music supports Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos. This means that tracks that work with said technology will be played as “immersive audio experiences” on a select set of Apple devices. Today we’re going to take a peek at the devices that will be able to take advantage of this upgrade. We’re also taking a peek at … Continue reading
Advances in Apple’s iPadOS 15 announced at WWDC might let you replace your laptop with an iPad, but if you do demanding work, the software will hold you back.
At today’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showed off its new version of macOS, and with it a feature called Universal Control, which lets you use your Mac’s mouse or trackpad to control the cursor on an iPad or another Mac’s screen, reaching into and across multiple devices. On paper it doesn’t sound that groundbreaking, but Craig Federighi did something really cool during the demo: he moved his cursor onto an iPad, then clicked on a photo and dragged it across two other computers to drop it into a Final Cut timeline.
The feature is called Universal Control, and could be incredible if it actually works this well.
While Logitech’s Flow and programs like Synergy have similarly allowed users to easily jump between computers,...