Apple's 10.5 inch Apple iPad Pro is the best tablet the company has ever made, but it still falls a little short of being the laptop replacement Apple seems to think it is. If money is no object it's clearly the tablet to buy, but at its asking price you ... ( read original story ...
That could frustrate users if Apple doesn't inform them that upgrading from iOS 10 to iOS 11 could result in a reduction in overall device functionality. But some popular games and educational apps have not been updated since the 64-bit requirement was ... ( read original story ...)
It's taken seven years for Apple to achieve a laptop-class tablet with a truly touch-first interface and pro-level apps. The first iPad Pro worthy of the name, the 10.5-inch model ($649 for 64GB) could herald a whole new way of working. With a blazing-fast ... ( read original story ...)
Apple's new iPad Pro reflects a rejection of further price cutting in the iPad line, after a new $329 iPad with slightly diminished specs was unveiled earlier this year. The divide continues in the tablet market between those who use tablets primarily to ... ( read original story ...)
As expected, Apple and Microsoft are once again going head-to-head in competing for consumers who are looking for tablets that can also function like laptops. The Cupertino giant recently launched the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, while the Redmond-based tech ... ( read original story ...)
Today, we have an iPad Pro 10.5-inch review for you, but first let’s explain the growing confusion over the iPad lineup. In March, Apple unveiled a new iPad matching the size of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro — but it lacked “Pro” specifications and ... ( read original story ...)
The new Apple iPad Pro 10.5-inch was launched recently by the company promising new improvements and upgrades along with it. The Cupertino giant bets high on the new tablet boasting an impressive spec sheet. With the new iPad Pro, the company seems hopeful ... ( read original story ...)