With Apple's release of the iPhone X at the end of 2017, a new iPad Pro design will probably take design cues from that phone, which means the famous notch, and no Home button. Benjamin Geskin shows us how such a device would look, minus the notch. Removing the Home button and slimming the bezels means it could push the 10.5in model closer to 11in. Continue reading for a video detailing iOS 12 on the iPad and more information.
It's only a matter of time before desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones are all merged into one package, but how would such a device look? Well, if Apple were to take a stab at it, this hybrid design could possibly give us a first look. Simply put, it boasts a foldable design, complete with a stand that can be used to prop up the device, similar to an iMac. Continue reading for more pictures.
Apple has just unveiled a new iPad with support for Apple Pencil and even greater performance, starting at $329 for consumers and $299 for students / educators. Featuring a 9.7-inch Retina display, an A10 Fusion chip and advanced sensors that help deliver immersive augmented reality, and provides unmatched portability, ease of use and all-day battery life. Apple Pencil support delivers a remarkably fluid and natural drawing experience. Continue reading for more pictures, another hands-on video and additional information.
According to insiders, Apple will release a new iPad that features a 10.5" display, complete with an improved Apple Pencil. Similar to the iPhone X, this updated tablet offers a trimmed bottom bezel near the device's edge to offer a more immersive screen that fills nearly the entire front display, and unfortunately, will also have the notch up top where the True Depth cameras will be for Face ID. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Wall hooks are great for hanging clothes, pictures, and apparently, tablets as well. For those who want to watch their favorite videos in the shower, provided you have a water-resistant case, there's specialized hooks for that job too. That is just one of the many everyday life hacks that you can actually use on a regular basis. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus life hacks.
Earlier this week, images leaked of pallets containing the upcoming iPhone 8 leaving Foxconn's Zhengzhou Technology Park, but even before the official press event, there are designs of possible iPad Pro successors being uploaded to the internet. One of them is from Delta Concepts, which has the device sporting dual front-facing speakers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple may some day discontinue the iPad and create a tablet / laptop hybrid of sorts to replace it. Industrial designer Michael Muleba gives us a first look at such a device, with the MacBook-i. In addition to Siri voice control, there's also a laser-projected keyboard that works on just about any flat surface. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
GameVice transforms your iOS device into the most powerful handheld gaming experience in history. Until now, mobile gaming has remained in the shadow of console gaming. In part due to the poor specifications and limited titles available on dedicated gaming devices such as the PSP, and in part due to the limitations of touchscreen control when playing console-level titles on a mobile iOS device. That's not all, the iPhone 7 version also adds a headphone jack. Get one here now. Continue reading for a video review of the iPad version and more information.
Transcend's 32GB JetDrive Go 500 lets you easily add storage to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and it's being offered for only $36.99, today only, originally $48.99. The JetDrive Go 500's extended Lightning connector allows it to have expanded compatibility with oversized protective bumper cases that prevent other flash drives from properly connecting without removing the case. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
Chewbacca Mom proved that just about anything can make you an internet superstar, and more often than not, it all starts with a mistake. For example, this person discovered that someone at their office tried to copy an iPad screen, literally, while trying to capture a screenshot. This fiasco eventually made its way online and has been shared millions of times by social media users on Facebook, Instagram, and more. Continue reading for more example who became famous online for all the wrong reasons.