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Morpholios new Augmented Reality feature lets you sketch any space with the accuracy of a pro

Move over expensive trace paper—Morpholio just launched a new augmented reality feature to its flagship Trace app that makes it easier than ever to turn your iPad into a digital drafting board. Released after the launch of Apple’s iOS...Show More Summary

Evernote “Use With Siri” iOS 11

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I updated my iPad Pro and iPhone 7 Plus to iOS 11 today and noticed under Settings > Siri & Search > Evernote on the iPad this new “Use With Siri” option. I turned it on, tried a few things, but nothing worked. So I posted on the Evernote forum and DT Low gave me […] The post Evernote “Use With Siri” iOS 11 appeared first on cameronreilly.com.

11 Ways iOS 11 Makes Your iPad Even Better

In 2017, Apple launched the 10.5-inch iPad Pro alongside the second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro. These tablets come with some significant hardware improvements. The biggest changes, however, are on the software side, courtesy of iOS 11. Show More Summary

iPhone X Geekbench scores outperform iPad Pro

According to iPhone X Geekbench scores, its A11 processor is fast. Like … really fast. As we all know, Apple announced its new flagship iPhone model, the iPhone X, at the Apple Event on Tuesday. The device is outfitted with an A11 Bionic chip that has two performance cores (for intensive tasks) and four efficiency cores (for low-power tasks). Show More Summary

Apple hikes prices on higher capacity iPad Pros by $50 - CNET

The 256GB and 512GB iPad Pro models cost a bit more. Blame higher component prices.

Apple just raised the price of the iPad Pro without upgrading it

While everyone was distracted by the long-awaited reveals of the iPhone X, iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K on Tuesday, Apple quietly bumped up the prices on all of its 256GB and 512GB iPad Pro models by $50 without actually changing anything about the tablets. Show More Summary

News: Apple drops prices on iPhone SE, raises them on AppleCare+, iPad Pro models

As Apple prepares to release its high-priced latest additions to the iPhone family, the company has dropped the prices on its entry level iPhone SE, cutting prices on both the 32GB and 128GB models by $50. The SE has proven popular among...Show More Summary

Apple quietly made some of its iPads more expensive (AAPL)

Apple had a big coming out party for its new iPhones on Tuesday where it introduced a new device, the iPhone X, that breaks new ground in high-end smartphone pricing. Meanwhile, it raised the price of high-end iPad Pro models by $50....Show More Summary

Apple bumps up iPad Pro prices, launches 32GB Jet Black iPhone 7 and new Siri Remote

Some pricing changes are afoot at Apple, with some price hikes hitting the iPad Pro line, while there's a new model of iPhone 7 that you can get your hands on if you so desire. Apple has raised the prices on the top two storage tiers on all of its iPad Pro models. Show More Summary

How to use Apple Pencil: The Ultimate Guide

Getting started with your Apple Pencil is incredibly easy. Here's what you need to know! The 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (as well as their older sibling, the 9.7-inch) are all competent tablets in their own right, but it's the Apple Pencil that elevates those devices to true "pro" status. Show More Summary

Some iPad Pros now cost $50 more due to flash storage shortage

Apple had a lot to say during its iPhone 8 event, but it left out one important detail if you're in the market for an iPad Pro. The tech titan has quietly raised some iPad Pros' prices by $50, and according to 9to5mac, it's all because of the rising prices of NAND flash storage. Show More Summary

Apple increases prices of select iPad Pro models due to rising NAND flash costs

Apple today has quietly increased the prices of select iPad Pro models. Without official announcement, the company raised the prices of the 256GB/512GB 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models by $50. This move is due to the rising cost of NAND flash memory chips, according to sources in the know… more…

Apple discontinues (Product)Red iPhone 7, ups iPad Pro pricing

Not announced during Tuesday's packed keynote was Apple's apparent discontinuation of the (Product)Red iPhone 7, as well as a price increase for high-capacity iPad Pro models.

Briefly: Worst Biscuits, 10.5-Inch iPad Pro, Wage Growth

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. the worst office biscuits, Aussie wage growth turns a corner, why you need the 10.5-inch iPad Pro in your life. More »      

The 10.5-Inch iPad Pro Is A Technological Marvel

For the last couple of weeks, I've been travelling a lot, and I've been using Apple's new 10.5-inch iPad Pro just as much as I've been using my Surface Laptop. And it's been entirely up to the tasks I've asked of it. It's a fantastic piece of technology, and not just because it's got some fancy new features. It's a tiny tablet that actually can replace a PC. More »      

A New 4K Apple TV Is Rumoured to Have the A10X Fusion Chip From the iPad Pro - What Does This Mean for Mobile Gaming?

A lot has changed within Apple over the past ten years, but one of the most notable differences is how virtually everything about their upcoming conferences is slowly leaked out in advance. I guess this is a consequence of both their monolithic stature in the technology sector and world at large, as well as an

Apple TV 4K will have as much power as the iPad Pro

Apple just can't seem to keep leaks from outing all of its new hardware. After a few new iPhone details dropped over the weekend, now we're hearing about the Apple TV 4K, the next version of its streaming video box. It'll be poweredShow More Summary

Video: Which iPad Pro is right for you? 10.5" vs. 12.9"

This year's iPad Pro lineup is bigger than ever, with the smaller model making a jump to a 10.5-inch display. Choosing between it and the jumbo-sized 12.9-inch iPad Pro can be difficult, but AppleInsider is here to help.

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