As we had reported earlier, Apple has temporarily pulled the iOS 9.3 update for older iOS devices to prevent users from bricking their devices after installing the iOS 9.3 update.
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.
Two years ago Apple unveiled its radical new look for its iOS mobile operating system with the release of iOS 7. Not surprisingly, reactions were mixed. Though almost everyone seems to have got used to it, we still get an email or a comment from users once in a while who ask us if there is a way to downgrade to iOS 6.
One of the pillars that Apple has built itself upon is delivering updates to older devices, especially as the main competition lacks that same sort of ideal.
When iOS 8 was released, users of older devices such as iPhone 4s and iPad 2 had complained about performance problems.
The iPad 2 was introduced in 2011, and the device continues to be sold today at a price of $399, just $100 less than its introduction price. This year, Apple finally will discontinue the iPad 2 according to a report.
Which? Tech Daily, the UK-based technology blog which recently pointed out how much storage space our 16GB smartphones really have, has carried out a series of tests in their lab to find out which tablet offers the best battery life.
Hot on the heels of a $50 discount on the Retina iPad mini, electronics retailer h.h. greg is offering a discount on the iPad Air and other iPad models.