With the iPhone X Plus expected to benefit from Apple’s existing – and new – multitasking features in iOS, there’s a good argument for the iPad mini to be retired altogether. Yes, its 7.9-inch screen is larger than the panel the 6.5-inch iPhone is ... ( read original story ...)
A 6.5-inch display would be plenty large enough for reading, photos, videos, note-taking (particularly with Apple Pencil support), music, social media, and casual gaming – pretty much everything people tend to use an iPad mini for. In need of more screen ... ( read original story ...)
The iPad mini 4 in particular is very much in need of a refresh, although there has been talk of Apple letting that device languish as the 9.7-inch iPad continues to shrink thanks to smaller bezels. The potential removal of the Home button, thanks to the ... ( read original story ...)
iPad Mini 2 or later, or iPod touch sixth generation. This is a requirement, not optional. Do you have an Android device with Apple music? Well forget about setting up and Apple Homepod unless you've got an iOs device. running 11.2.5 or later someone else. ( read original story ...)
The 128GB Apple iPad mini 4 is a multitasking machine wrapped up in an ultra-portable, ultra-convenient package. Powered by an A8 chip with an M8 motion coprocessor, it can handle demanding apps with ease. You can do it all with a few swipes of the ... ( read original story ...)
For those not intimately familiar with the iPad mini in question, it debuted on Oct. 23, 2012. In an age of Retina displays, it was Apple's last iPad to not feature the display, paired with an A5 processor. There are two ways to look at the A5 chip in the ... ( read original story ...
Apple’s iPad line has gotten pretty hefty, between the 12.9-inch and 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the (blandly named) iPad, and the iPad Mini 4. They range from $329 all the way up to $1279. So what’s the difference between all these models? Let’s take a look. ( read original story ...)