With the iPad, Apple has set the bar for customer satisfacion for tablets, but that doesn’t mean you won’t encounter any issues. One of the common issues people face with their iPad, iPad Pro or iPad mini are Wi-Fi connection problems.
In addition to the new (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7, Apple also announced its cheapest 9.7-inch iPad. Simply called the iPad, the new tablet is priced at $329 and will replace the ageing iPad Air 2 in the company’s iPad lineup.
So you’ve just got a new iPad. Congratulations and welcome to the family. The iPad is a great tablet and it can be a lot of different things to different people. It’s a great way for consuming media – reading and watch movies for example. But when paired with the right tools, a keyboard or the Apple Pencil for example, it can before a powerful and approachable creation tool.
Earlier this year, at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the company officially unveiled Swift Playgrounds, a means to help kids learn how to code right on the iPad.
Apple seeded its iOS 10.0.1 Golden Master to beta testers on Wednesday. This is the release that will rollout to all compatible devices on September 13, bringing redesigned Music and News apps, new features for Messages, the new Home app, and more. But will it be any faster?
Find out in the speed test below which compares iOS 10.0.1 GM with iOS 9.3.5 on iPhone and iPad.
With the announcement of new products, Apple has apparently deemed it the appropriate time to discontinue a couple of products at the same time.
Just like anything else from Apple, the company has a set view on just how much storage you should have in your iPhone, accompanied by a set price tag. But there’s usually a workaround.
Is it really worth updating your iPad to one of the latest models, such as iPad Pro? The improvements in performance may look good on paper, but do they actually translate into meaningful improvements during real-world use?
Now is the time to find out with the speed test that compares every iPad ever released with iPad Pro.