Last week, Apple added exciting new products to its lineup with the release of red color variants for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and doubling internal storage on iPhone SE to 128GB. The Cupertino company also introduced a new 9.7-inch iPad to replace ... ( read original story ...)
Apple launched a new 9.7-inch iPad for $329 a couple of days ago, which would replace the iPad Air 2. While none of the new iPad's features particularly surprised consumers, one claim from Apple caught everyone's attention. Apple asserted that the new iPad ... ( read original story ...)
One side of my brain says all of Apple’s public relations nonsense about using an iPad as a PC, the iPad is the forerunner of the post-PC era, and the like is nothing more than hot air. Which makes the new iPad the iPad Hot Air 3. The other side of my ... ( read ...
iPad Air, iPad 4th generation, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 3), iPod touch (sixth generation), Apple TV, and Apple Watch devices gradually. But if you’re the impatient type, check our guide on how to install iOS 10. ( read original story ...)
But while Apple may not be officially selling the iPad Air 2 through its online store, you can still pick it up at other retailers, so it remains a relevant product. We have put the specs of the new iPad 9.7-inch against the iPad Air 2 to see what the ... ( read original story ...
On Tuesday, Apple unveiled a new iPad model which will replace the iPad Air. It starts at $329 ... which has been billed as "the tablet that can replace your laptop." It boasts a 12.3-inch display, Intel Core processors, and can hold up to 1 TB of storage. ( read original story ...)
It costs $329 and replaces the iPad Air 2 in the tablet lineup ... You may also be happy to hear it does retain the 3.5mm headphone jack. Apple decided not to offer a 64GB storage option, instead jumping to 128GB, which will cost $429. ( read original story ...)