Apple is all set to launch new models of iPad earliest by next month. Due to the pandemic and owing to the work-from-home working and learning the line of iPads performed well and hence Apple has decided to launch the new models of iPad. Bloomberg has said a report that Cupertino has plans of adding to its iPad Pro line. These will have a better processor which will be at the same level as M1. These will also have better cameras while giving the same designs and these will also have two sizes options-11 inch and 12.9 inches. Read More
Many dreaming of a combination of Mac and iPad one day could get a bit of hope from a recent video showing a macOS Catalina running an Apple tablet. Read More
Apple recently revamped the range of smartphones, and although several of the models are refreshed internally, some products include new prototypes. Today, it seems like there might be a new concept and other intriguing features for the company’s forthcoming iPad Mini 6. Read More
For MacBook and iPad users, famous Apple accessories manufacturer TwelveSouth has released its new offering. The new ParcSlope is an ergonomic stand built with a typing and sketching angle of 18 degrees. It will be available from Apple directly from both the Apple Online Store and the Apple retail stores. Read More
A release date for Apple Fitness+ was never announced despite the company’s September Apple Watch event, apart from mentioning it would be around sometime this fall. The personalized fitness service based around Apple Watch is now all set to be launched on December 14. Read More
Apple recently caught and sued a Canadian electronics recycling company Geep for illegally selling over 100,000 Apple devices. The devices were originally supposed to go for recycling. Geep is putting the entire blame on the three employees who it claims to have acted on their own. Interestingly, all three employees are reportedly Geep executives. Read More
Apple will no longer sign iOS 13.7 and will block every downgrade from iOS 14, following the release of the latter last week after almost three months of the beta period. Users who have already updated their devices to iOS 14 will not be able to downgrade to any iOS 13 builds.
The update flaunts a major redesign to the Homescreen with various widgets, App Library, and other new features. Almost 30% of Apple users have already upgraded to iOS 14, which is 10% more than the number of people who have upgraded to iOS 13 in the same period last year. Read More
Apple has released iOS 14 and iPadOS with new features, including the option to set third-party apps as the default web browser and email client. With that, Microsoft Outlook and Edge Apps have been updated with this new feature as well.
With iOS 14, users will now be able to replace their default web browser and email Apps, Safari and Mail, with others from their App Store. Once you install a compatible web browser on your iPhone or iPad, iOS will show a new “Default Browser App” option within the app settings. Then you can select that App to be your default browser instead of Safari. The same process can be followed for third-party email clients. Read More
Apple has finally revealed its latest iPad Air, with a brand new edge-to-edge display and Touch ID in the power button. Other features include a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with P3 wide color, laminate coating, and True Tone.
The new addition is also equipped with an A14 Bionic processor, which is said to bring “a huge leap in performance”. The CPU is faster by 40%, GPU performance has improved by 30% and machine learning performance has improved, all due to a new neural engine. Apple says they’re, “the first in the industry to use breakthrough 5nm technology”. Read More
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 have major improvements, among which the most important one is that Siri will no longer take up your whole screen to interact with you. In the older betas, users couldn’t talk to Siri while they were using another App, at the same time. Even scrolling through an App would dismiss Siri. Read More