As you know, we began testing and rolling out some 60FPS streams across our Live TV service last month on select devices, including iPhone/iPad, Apple TV, Xbox One, Samsung Tizen TV, and Nintendo Switch. With that in mind, I wanted to...Show More Summary
Apple is set to release a revamped iPad Pro that borrows features of the iPhone X, according to a report by Jun Zhang of Rosenblatt, which he thinks could offset some of the weaker-than-expected sales of the iPhone X that he believes he's observing.
The iPad Pro (especially the 10.5-inch version) has been one of the most well-reviewed items of the past year. Chris Velazco of Engadget said last year that the iPad Pro represents where execution and ambition meet. “Apple has put together an iPad that feels capable of living up to the company’s lofty words. Show More Summary
A recent study disturbingly revealed that young children are using touchscreen devices so frequently that they are growing up unable to hold pens correctly due to underdeveloped muscles. Despite there being several electronic pens on the market for use with tablets or smartphones, they generally have been either expensive or limited to newer tablets. Show More Summary
One of the features that was added during the iOS 11 beta test some months back was a new option for iPhone and iPad owners to auto-join wireless networks of their choice. Mobile users are often out and about, surprise surprise, so the option to auto-connect to familiar networks can be really helpful. Show More Summary
Get more productive with these excellent alternatives to the built-in apps Apple ships with iOS. Deleting a built-in app is the same as deleting any other app, just press and hold on the icon on the Home screen until they jiggle, and then tap the X. Press the Home button when you're done.
Elastic FX for iOS has gone universal so it works fine on your iPhone and iPad now. What's more the app has added new FX options including tremolo, vibrato and a new distortion effect called 'CHUNK' The post Elastic FX goes universal, adds new FX options and more appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
The latest iPad Pros come with what Apple calls ProMotion technology. But really, it's just what game developers call 120Hz display refresh. Once implemented, games run ever so smooth....
A new report from Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang in Barrons suggests that Apple’s rumoured Face ID enabled iPad Pro models may make their debut at this year’s Worldwide Developers’ Conference in June. Zhang expects that the new devices...Show More Summary
A somewhat questionable report out of Taiwan on Wednesday says Apple is working on more affordable editions of stalwart product lines including iPhone, iPad and Mac, as well as a lower priced HomePod.
Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Like the smart home hub market or robot vacuum market, the tablet market has no chill. Show More Summary
Test your knowledge, win bragging rights, and maybe even some money with these fantastic trivia games! Sometimes you want to test your mental prowess — or lack thereof — and trivia games are an excellent way to flex your brain. Whether...Show More Summary
Anticipated iPad Pro upgrades should be on the verge of mass production, but may only hit doorsteps late in the June quarter, an analyst claimed in an investor memo obtained by AppleInsider.
According to a new research report from Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang (via Barron's), Apple's next-gen iPad Pro -- much like the iPhone X -- will do away with the home button and will instead rely upon facial recognition for authentication purposes. Show More Summary
Enterprise and educational device management firm Jamf is helping a group of 150 Haitian students to engage with the digital world, by shipping an 'innovation pod' providing iPads and other technology, as well as a digital curriculum, to a school in one of Haiti's impoverished areas.
Have you ever purchased an expensive app on your iPhone and wondered if you could share it with your family or a select group of friends? AppleInsider shows you how to see if you can, and how to do it.
Imagine turning your home into the bridge of the Star Trek Enterprise, where a disembodied voice deftly answers every question you can ask, and you don't carry an iPhone or iPad anymore. Unfortunately, you also can't unlock your doors,...Show More Summary
Analysis of Apple sales and active devices has helped produce a figure for the average lifespan of Apple products.
Apple has changed the name of 'Books' in the fourth beta release of iOS 11.3, reverting the name of the iPhone and iPad e-reader app back to its former identity of iBooks after just over a month.