iOS 13 developer beta 2 adds bug fixes, improvements and more to your iPhone. These fixes and updates include SMB and APFS file transfers in Files, Screen Time Downtime mirroring from iPhone to Apple Watch, Picture In Picture on tvOS and many more awesome changes in iOS 13 beta 2. Let’s jump into the details about this update. Continue reading iOS 13 Beta 2 Released to Developers
This year’s WWDC 19 Keynote was jam-packed with announcements, including iOS 13, macOS Catalina, iPadOS, and watchOS 6. Let’s sum it up on what we saw on Monday’s Keynote. Continue reading This is all the software that was announced Monday at WWDC 2019
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Twelve South recently released a revised version of the BookBook for the iPad Pro. This new case is named the BookBook Volume 2, for the 2018 year iPad Pro 11 and 12.9-inch models. Here’s what these cases have to offer for your new iPad.
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Concept Image: Guilherme Martins Schasiepen
Without a doubt, the iPad dominates the tablet market. There is simply no other tablet like it that combines portability, capability, and ease-of-use. With iOS 13, Apple is planning on pushing the iPad further ahead of the competition, and with a slew of new updates, this means that we may see Magic Mouse support coming. In a new concept, designer Guilherme Martins Schasiepen shows his vision of what Magic Mouse support on an iPad Pro would look like.
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Early this morning, Apple silently refreshed its online store with the new iPad Air and iPad mini. The new, mid-range iPad brings back the beloved Air name, but packs iPad Pro features in a smaller, and cheaper package. Here’s everything you need to know about the new iPad Air.
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It’s the time again for Apple to release new products this spring. Apple usually releases iPads, new accessories in spring colors, and many smaller releases in March. We should expect Apple to release the iPad mini 5th generation, a 10 inch iPad 7th generation, and Apple News Magazines.
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In addition to other hardware expectations published by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in his report, Apple is expected to launch a larger entry-level iPad, revised iPad Pro, and a Ceramic Apple Watch Edition. Here’s everything we know so far.
Continue reading Kuo: Apple plans to introduce a larger iPad, revised iPad Pro, and ceramic Apple Watch in 2019
Earlier today, Apple informed all members of its Developer Program that two-factor authentication must be enabled on their accounts by the end of the month. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Apple has announced a partnership with the Fort Worth, Texas, based airline, American Airlines, to offer Apple Music subscribers access to their library in the air without paying additional fees. The service is available on flights equipped with Viasat satellite Wi-Fi, and available starting Friday. Here’s everything we know.
Continue reading You can now stream Apple Music on US American Airlines flights without paying access fees
Yesterday, Apple released the first beta version of iOS 12.2. Since then, developers dug out some information about upcoming products and services in the update. So far, they have noticed AirPods’ “Hey Siri” setup screen in the update, suggests that Apple may release AirPods 2 soon, and now a discovery in the Apple News app shows that it will also announce its own magazine subscription services in the future
Continue reading iOS 12.2 Beta suggests Apple’s upcoming magazine subscription service is coming soon