The world is waiting for Apple’s next major iPad refresh, expected to be held during the WWDC early next month. However, a new leak is giving us a very good glimpse of the company’s first ever iPad prototype, which is said to be from six months before the launch of the device back in 2010.
The iFixit team has done a tear down of the new $329 9.7-inch iPad to reveal all its internals. The teardown reveals that the new iPad is essentially an iPad Air with updated internals.
As most of us are aware, iOS 10.3 is currently available in the form of a beta update. It seems like Apple might have inadvertently teased support for a newer iPad within the code for this particular update. The discovery was made by developer Steve Troughton-Smith. In his tweet, Troughton-Smith hinted that the refresh rate of a 2017 iOS device could go higher than 60Hz.
Apple today released its cheapest iPad yet: the new iPad. Successor to the iPad Air 2, the new iPad sits below the existing 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The new iPad is not a ‘Pro’ as its name suggests, but how does it differ from Apple’s Pro iPad?
Apple today launched a new 9.7-inch iPad and discontinued the iPad Air 2. The new iPad is Apple’s cheapest tablet yet with a price tag of $329.
Today, Apple finally did what so many people have been asking: Drop the 16GB option from the iPhone lineup. With it, Apple has also made some changes to the iPad family, too.
A research study has finally provided an answer to what many parents all over the world have discovered all on their own: iPads calm kids down.
iPad sales may not be where Apple wants them to be, but the company is planning big things in an effort to change that. According to reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is planning a 10.5-inch iPad Pro for 2017, and a “revolutionary” iPad with an OLED display that could launch as early as 2018.
Apple today announced its quarterly earnings for Q3 2016, which was marred by a year-over-year decline in both revenue and iPhone sales. One positive note in an otherwise stagnant quarter was the company’s iPad revenue, which increased slightly for the first time in 10 quarters.
Can’t find popular apps in the App Store? You’re not the only one. Widespread search issues are currently preventing a large number of titles from showing up in search results for many users around the world.