Almost four years after the release of the iPad mini 4, Apple released its successor — the iPad mini 5. While the market for small tablets has relatively died down, the more powerful iPad mini 5 should find a few takers. Interested in knowing how the iPad mini 5 differs from the iPad mini 4? Read our comparison to find out.
iPad mini 4
It certainly seems like we are closer to Apple announcing new iPad models, as the company continues to earn regulatory approval across the globe.
Apple has a pretty solid tablet lineup these days, with the iPad Pro sitting at the top and the new $329 iPad holding up the bottom.
Apple just released a brand new iPad for 2017 under the name “iPad.” It starts at the cheapest price ever for a full-size iPad: just $329. However, Apple also made an interesting move by making a slight change to the iPad Mini 4. Leaving only the high-end 128GB storage option for the Mini, it now starts at $399. Does that mean the several-year-old iPad Mini 4 is better than this cheap new iPad? Not exactly. Let’s run through a comparison to figure out which is the best model for you.
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.
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.
One of the best things about the newer iPads running iOS 9 and above is Split View. For me, this finally makes iPad “productive”. Writing my article (like I am right now), in one window and researching in Safari in another is basically the only reason I’ve finally started integrating the iPad Pro into my writing workflow.
If you’ve been keeping up with Apple’s ongoing battle against the FBI, you may have heard that authorities could have used an iCloud backup to access the data stored on an iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook.
That’s because iCloud backups aren’t as secure as the data secured on iOS devices themselves, and Apple does have the ability to get into them if it needs to. Here’s why, and what you can do to ensure your backups are more secure.
Twelve South introduces BookBook cases for the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4; teases a case for the iPad Pro
Twelve South is one of the more popular accessory makers for Apple products, and now the company has introduced new cases for two of Apple’s tablets.