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This week saw teases about the plans for next-gen iPhones and iPads, as well as Apple Pay, cross-platform services, and even virtual reality. Apple was also hit with a massive penalty in the VirnetX patent case however, and saw Alphabet overtake it as the world's most valuable company -- at least temporarily.
Apple fans are excited because of the recent rumors that the company will introduce the iPad Air 3 in a media event scheduled in March 2016.
According to rumors, the next iPad Air may be unveiled at an Apple event on or around March 15.
Apple's iPad is an impressive piece of technology. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of it as a business tool.
It's time for Super Bowl 50! Starting Sunday, February 8th at 6:30pm EST (11:30pm GMT), the Denver Broncos and the withered husk of Peyton Manning take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, who are bidding to be one of the few teams to go 18-1 in NFL history, as well as to make sandals
Northern California's educational toy tablet maker LeapFrog is selling itself to its Hong Kong-based competitor VTech for just $72 million, after years of declining sales. Apple leapfrogged the company with its more general purpose, albeit more expensive, iPad--which LeapFrog now develops apps for.
This week’s Apple Loop includes the leaked details of Apple's March 15th launch event, the blueprints of the iPad Air 3, a refresh of the Apple Watch peripherals, the two design flaws Apple is removing from the iPhone 7, a potential third iPhone 7 'Imaging' model, Apple and Alphabet trading market cap records, Airmail arriving on iOS, and Square arriving in the Apple Store.
Oh, Edmund McMillen. Oh, Tyrone Rodriguez. You're both such teases. You always seem to have something new to show fans of The Binding of Isaac. Do you ever sleep? Is there perhaps a flying Twitter drone in your house that snaps pictures...Show More Summary
We've seen Gumdrop's DropTech before, and now the rugged case has made its debut on iPad Pro. DropTech Case ($60) brings the same tough black silicone/nylon coverage to iPad Pro, along with slightly extended corners for added drop protection. Show More Summary
Anyone who knows me in real life would tell you I’m a bit of a wallpaper nut when it comes to my iPhone and iPad. While I can normally get my fix via Google image search, that sometimes doesn’t cut it. Sometimes I come across a photo that isn’t sized correctly. Luckily, as long as […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
A new patent filing from Apple suggests the home button on future iPhones and iPads may have 3D Touch, and act like a virtual mouse. Apple is exploring the idea of bringing some sort of depth sensing technology to the home button, which could mean forceful presses will do more than go back to the home screen or wake the display. Show More Summary
So you like the look of Apple’s embiggened iPad, and now you’re wondering if it can replace your regular laptop. Unfortunately there’s no simple yes or no answer — it all depends on what sort of user you are, and that boils down to how you use your laptop. Show More Summary
Apple has released a small update for its iTunes Movie Trailers app. The app has added support for the iPad Pro, and is now ready for the large tablet's resolution. The update also makes small performance improvements. Here's what'sShow More Summary
Lust List: CoverBuddy iPad Pro case by SwitchEasy Keeping track of my Apple Pencil is a royal pain. Either I’ve got to slip it into a bag like an actual writing implement, carry it around in my pocket, or get one of those cases for my iPad Pro that adds a ton of bulk just to include a […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
It was back in November of last year that we learned that the popular board game designed by Mat Leacock Forbidden Desert would be coming to the iPad courtesy of Button Mash Games. Then just a few weeks back Button Mash announced that Forbidden Desert for iPad had been submitted to Apple. Now, the circle
Tin Vuong’s Lunar New Year celebrations have evolved since his older relatives passed away. The kids play with iPads instead of Nintendo 64, and the TV remote and the couches are no longer covered in plastic wrap. And Vuong, a celebrated chef with several restaurants across the city, is stuck with...
This week: New hardware, incoming! We’ll tell you our hardware expectations for Apple’s rumored March 2016 event, and there’s a lot to discuss. Plus: Why the next iPad Air could be the best one yet; iPhone 7 may have far fewer features than expected; and, is Apple making a move into virtual reality? Our thanks […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple today has updated its iTunes Movie Trailers application with support for the higher-resolution display of the iPad Pro. The general interface, movie posters, and video playback now appear properly on the larger display. Unfortunately, this video-oriented Apple app did not gain iOS 9’s split-screen or picture-in-picture support this time around. Show More Summary
This week has been packed full of huge lists of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, so there's no better way to close it out than by publishing our longest list of al time. We've got 20 new premium iOS apps for you today that...Show More Summary