If you’ve seen the iPad Pro’s newest ad campaign, they were pretty hilarious—hilarious because it was definitely misleading. No PC virus? Faster than PC? Think again. Apple is a genius at marketing their products. They have great products, yes, most of the time overpriced, but great nonetheless. Show More Summary
For its new advertising campaign, Apple is answering Twitter questions about the iPad Pro. On Friday, Apple released a new series of iPad Pro commercials that use real Tweets to showcase the iPad Pro’s LTE capabilities, as well as tout the device’s virus-free experience. Show More Summary
Commentary: Can you believe that Cupertino is bashing PCs again? It is, on behalf of its high-end tablet.
Apple has released a bunch of new ads for the iPad Pro. The ads mostly focus on comparing the iPad Pro with PCs. Apple released an ad taking on PCs where the company claims that the iPad Pro doesn’t get any “PC viruses”. But that likely won’t be the case if the iPad Pro was […]
A new advertising campaign for the iPad Pro was unveiled by Apple today that touts how well the new tablet works as a PC replacement. Apple’s funny new ads use real tweets from real people to highlight how the iPad Pro excels over PCs in areas like speed, WiFi, productivity and viruses. Each clip is […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple on Friday released four new commercials for the iPad Pro, coming amidst several rumors that the company is planning to update the iPad lineup within a matter of months.
Apple has kicked off a new ad campaign for the iPad Pro that targets PC users skeptical of the tablet as a real computer. The new videos are quite different from recent advertisements from Apple and have a similar tone to Apple’s famous ‘I’m a Mac and I’m a PC’ ad era. more… Filed under: Apple
Apple today shared four new iPad Pro ads on its YouTube channel, which are focused on highlighting the features of the tablet and pointing out its benefits over a computer. Each of the four ads is 16 seconds in length and starts outShow More Summary
Apple has just launched a new ad campaign called 'We Hear You', and it's going to show real people how iPad Pro can solve their real computing problems. "We Hear You", Apple's new iPad Pro campaign, reminded me immediately of "Get aShow More Summary
Apple came out with the first Apple TV or iTV in 2006, but that hardware hasn’t taken off like the iPhone or iPad. Apple has come late to the streaming media game with its new app. This is long delayed relative to Google’s YouTube, Amazon’s...Show More Summary
What happens next with Apple’s MacBook Pro? The obvious answer in 2017 is the addition of Intel’s seventh-generation Core processors. With the MacBook Pro hardware getting closer in feel to the iPad Pad, is Apple getting ready to lock in consumers to a yearly update schedule?
A new Apple patent application outlines some possible ideas that Apple may be working on for a new iPad Pro Smart Keyboard, including the addition of new dedicated keys for sharing, accessing search and Siri features, and bringing up the Emoji keyboard. Show More Summary
Apple recently filed a patent application containing drawings of a Smart Keyboard with "Share" and "Emoji" keys, and a key that can be used to both search and invoke Siri, suggesting it may be exploring a new version of the iPad ProShow More Summary
New Yorkers passing through Grand Central Station might have come across an peculiar sight during their commute yesterday — Emma Watson giving $2 advice from an iPad. SEE ALSO: Before Belle, Emma Watson turned down the chance to beShow More Summary
Apple introduced a ton of new social features in Messages for iPhone and iPad in iOS 10, and some of them can make a Valentine’s Day message more original and personal. Handwritten notes, Digital Touch kisses and heartbeats, and the Love screen effect are all charming ways to put a bit more care into your messages than usual. Here’s how: more… Filed under: Apple
For your weekend audio enjoyment, a new episode of America’s favorite three-star podcast. Special guest John Moltz returns to the show. Topics include: ????????, iPad vs. Mac for productivity (and why the iPad isn’t a self-sufficient platform),...Show More Summary
This week’s Apple Loop includes thoughts on the iPhone 8 release date and its expensive price, going 4G LTE with the MacBook Pro, new features in iOS 10.3, why the iPad turnover rate is low, Apple's 14-week quarter, a long-term review of the AirPods, and secrets of Apple at the Superbowl.
FTL: Faster Than Light [$2.99 (HD)] is one of the best video games of the past several years, and it really found a nice home when arrived on the iPad in spring of 2014. So when FTL developer Subset Games announces a new game, it's worth getting excited for. Today the developer has unveiled Into
Nintendo may be avoiding tablet-like features on purpose, but it remains to be seen if it will help with branding or cause a perception that the Switch lacks fairly basic items like video apps or a web browser.
Just weeks before Apple is rumored to launch a trio of new iPads, 12.9-inch iPad Pro stock is drying up around the world. A spot check of Apple's online store reveals that most if not all 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are now estimated to...Show More Summary