A report surfaced today suggests that Apple plans to release an iPad Pro with a Mini-LED display early next year. Additionally, the company also plans to debut the first iPad Pro with an OLED display in the second half of next year.
Apple has begun bundling a 20W USB-C power adapter with iPad Pro models. The new 20W USB-Charger was introduced alongside iPhone 12. Previously, the iPad Pro was sold with an 18W USB-C charger.
Many people want to use their iPad as a desktop or laptop replacement. Depending on your use case, that’s perfectly possible as well. But the one thing you will need for that is a keyboard case with a trackpad for a proper typing and browsing experience. Apple does sell a Magic Keyboard with a trackpad for its iPad Pro lineup, but it is very expensive. Check out the best trackpad keyboard cases for your iPad, iPad Pro or iPad Air that won’t burn a hole in your pocket as well.
It’s no secret that Apple’s iPad lineup offers the best tablet experience in the market. With an expansive lineup, the company has smartly catered to all types of consumers. Before you order a new iPad or iPad Pro, it’s always advisable to get a screen protector for your shiny new iPad. Here are the best iPad and iPad Pro screen protectors to safeguard its screen from scratches and fingerprints.
Rumors about a 14-inch MacBook Pro have been circulating ever since Apple launched the 16-inch MacBook Pro. Many consumers and experts had expected Apple to introduce a 14-inch MacBook Pro in early 2020, but the company ended up releasing a refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro. Now, it is being reported that we might get to see a 14-inch MacBook Pro and a 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a brand new display next year.
A number of iPad Pro owners using the device with the Magic Keyboard with trackpad are complaining of excessive battery drain even.
It is always nostalgic to see modern devices running retro games and operating systems. This time around a YouTuber has managed to run Windows 95 on the latest iPad Pro. And thats not all, the video also shows iPad Pro running some of the most popular 90’s games including Age of Empires II, RollerCoaster Tycoon, and The Sims.
A few weeks ago, Apple unveiled its new iPad Pro lineup along with the brand new Magic Keyboard accessory. The refreshed Magic Keyboard features backlit keys, a trackpad, and a passthrough USB Type-C port for charging and connecting accessories. However, it seems to be causing issues while using some third-party charging products.
The good folks at iFixit have managed to do an X-ray teardown of the new iPad Pro Magic Keyboard with trackpad. As always the teardown reveals some interesting aspects of the new Magic Keyboard while highlighting the complexity of the product. The X-Ray also shows how Apple has managed to make room for all the elements with clever space-saving bits.
The Magic Keyboard, which was launched alongside the 2020 iPad Pro lineup, has some cool new features, including the trackpad, a backlit keyboard, and a built-in USB Type-C passthrough port. The iPad Pro almost transforms into a laptop when connected to the Magic Keyboard, but it also has one quirk: its screen turns on only when the second hinge is moved.