Now that Amazon is allowed to sell Apple’s products directly, the mega-retailer has put the 9.7-inch iPad up for a discounted price. For a 32GB model in either Space Gray, Silver, or Gold, it’ll cost you $289, $40 less than the tablet’s original price of
Apple and Amazon have agreed to terms which will see the trillion-dollar retailer sell the trillion-dollar iPhone maker’s newest products on its website. Up until this point, only third-party retailers have been able to sell iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches, while MacBooks and Beats headphones
Photo via: MacRumors (Twitter) Seemingly out of nowhere but totally expected for months at this point, Apple has announced an event in Brooklyn, New York, which the company will hold on October 30th. As rumors have suggested, the tech giant is expected to unveil refreshed
After a long and tedious beta process over the summer, Apple has finally released iOS 12 to all iPhone and iPad owners. The new release comes three months after it was unveiled during Apple’s WWDC 2018 keynote. Apple’s iOS 12 includes many refinement-focused features that
Back in March, Logitech unveiled what they call the Crayon that let users interact with Apple’s latest iPad much like you would with an Apple Pencil but at a cheaper price. The accessory was previously exclusive to students for $49.99, but now, the company is
After remaining exclusive on phones ever since its launch back in 2016, Google has finally started rolling out support for iPads and tablets with the latest update to Google Duo. The company’s video calling service can now be used on devices such as the Google
Plus a whole lot more.
Every year, Apple offers up a promotion for students where if you buy one of their devices, you get something for free in exchange. This year, the company’s Back to School sale falls in line with most of its previous offerings and scores you a
Apple’s hardware lineup is apparently getting a pretty big update by the time 2018 comes to a close. According to Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac), the company will debut a trio of new iPhones and a couple of new Apple Watches like we’ve been expecting, but
Multiple hints indicate Apple’s next device to lose the bezels will be its tablet.
Apple today is releasing an update to iPhone and iPads users in the form of iOS 11.4. The updated software has been in beta for a while now so it makes sense to see the upgrade finally begin rolling out to the public before iOS
During Apple’s education event in Chicago alongside the new iPad, the company took the wraps off Logitech’s new stylus that works with the tablet called the Crayon. Costing just $49, it packs all the features of an Apple Pencil at a cheaper price and in
$329 for us, $299 for schools.
Apple has taken down its online store ahead of its education-focused event in Chicago. The company is expected to unveil a new, cheaper iPad for students that’s compatible with the Apple Pencil and a lower price tag than $329. Notably, that likely won’t be all
Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update to its Edge browser for mobile that includes support for Apple’s iPads and Android tablets. The update was initially previewed with beta users of the app on the iPad and is now beginning to roll out to
According to a KGI Securities note from Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac), Apple’s upcoming iPad that will be priced cheaper than last year’s 9.7-inch model “will likely” support the Apple Pencil. First indications of this presumption surfaced when Apple sent out its press invite for next
They want the education market. Bad.
Microsoft has released another beta version of its Edge browser for iOS, and in the update comes support for the iPad. Before, users were limited to using the browser on their standard 16:9 iPhone or 19.5:9 iPhone X, but with the latest beta release, the
Google today announced it’s bringing the Assistant to Apple’s iPad. This comes after the voice-controlled virtual helper initially launched on Android phones and later on the iPhone. With the Assistant on your iPad, Google says you can do things like control your lights, cast things
Apple is once again going through the rumor mill with a fresh report out of Digitimes. In the report, it’s said the company may introduce a new 13-inch MacBook that’s cheaper than the current 12-inch MacBook but would likely replace the current 13-inch MacBook Air.