Is The New iPad Pro With Trackpad Moving Towards Becoming A MacBook?

Apple’s Senior Vice President for Software Engineering, Craig Federighi just presented the new iPad Pro 2020 trackpad and keyboard functionality which brings up the question – isn’t the new iPad Pro just becoming another MacBook with very little differentiation between the two product lines?

Craig demonstrates the brilliant new functionality of Magic Keyboard that comes with a built in trackpad for the iPad Pro. It allows users to get a complete MacBook like trackpad experience on an iPad. Apple has built in complete cursor support for the iPad which flows seamlessly. Read More

These Are The New Leaked iPad Pros

From Apple China, we have the leaked versions of four new iPad Pros. On Apple’s China website, they accidentally posted a new user manual that discloses Apple’s plan to release 4 new iPad Pro models. The new iPad Pros will feature the all-new camera lens design that we see as part of the latest iPhones along with a very powerful chip and new improved antenna technology. Read More

Apple Marks The 10 Year Anniversary Of The iPad

Apple celebrates its 10 year milestone ever since the launch of the original iPad. At the time of its launch, the iPad was deemed to be a controversial product due to the various concerns about its enormous size. However, users have grown through its abnormalities over the years and currently the iPad is on pace to replace traditional desktops as well. Read More

VLC For iPhone And iPad Gets New Updates

VLC as we all know is one of the top preferred media players whether it is used on desktops or on a smartphone. The latest update brings lot of improvements regarding the issues faced by iPhone and iPad owners using this App. This updated version for VLC on the App Store is 3.1.9 and was rolled out on 3rd May 2019. But it was a major one that resolved bugs such as audio issues while playing any video. Read More

Google Account Sign-In On iPhone And iPad Is Now Easier

At the WWDC event concluded recently, Apple also made an announcement about the security and passwords on iOS devices which is equally important to all the new devices and features that were launched. So, if you use an iPhone or iPad and want to quickly sign-in into your Google account without a password, it is now possible and much faster than you can imagine. Read More

Everything You Need To Know About The iPad Pro 2

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Apple launched its largest ever tablet in September last year, the iPad Pro 12.9 inch, with a huge 12.9-inch screen, supporting the Apple Pencil stylus and packed with a powerful processor, making it a substantial change to the iPad game.

Then there was the iPad Pro 9.7, with its release in March 2016, an iPad Air 2 replacement which came with a smaller screen, new True Tone technology and all of the features we’d already seen on the original iPad Pro. Read More

Reports Suggest A Major Redesign For Apple iPad for 2017-18

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Apple is planning to completely overhaul the entire Apple iPad lineup by 2017 and a major redesign plan for 2018 which may sport a flexible display. Rumors also have it that Apple will launch not one but three new variants of their iPad. The information comes straight from the much reliable and extremely efficient Apple analyst Ming-Chi-Kuo of KGI securities. Apple has not confirmed on any of this but the source of the information is known to be extremely reliable. Read More

Apple Turns 40 – Continues Killing It

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On April 1st 2016, Apple inc turned 40 years old. Yes, that’s correct, the tech giant from Cupertino, California along with all their employees are having the biggest birthday party of the year, celebrating Apple’s 40th birthday. On 1st April 1976, three men namely, Ronald Wayne, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs revolutionized the computing industry by co-founding Apple Computers, now Apple Inc by introducing their first computer Apple 1 in 1976. Read More

Apple Suppliers Miffed As iPhone Sales Drop

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Earlier this year in January, Apple’s Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook reportedly said that Apple’s growth in terms of sale will not be as high as the previous years in the first quarter of 2016. Yes, Apple will be seeing a decline in sales in the months of January, February and March in 2016. And,  according to a new report, things won’t be picking up pace in April to June either. Read More

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