Tag: iPad

Database Reveals That Apple Has Registered A Bunch Of New Products

If you’re thinking about buying a new iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, or MacBook, you might want to hold off for the next month or so. This is because according to a recent sighting at the Eurasian Economic Commission, it seems that Apple has filed for a bunch of new products, suggesting that product refreshes could […]

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iPhone 11 Pro may feature shatter-resistant body, live video editing, and AMX chip

Apple’s upcoming update to the iPhone XS might not be beautiful, but it’s going to pack more significant internal and external improvements than previously expected, Bloomberg reported this morning. Expected to be called the iPhone 11 Pro, the new model is said to feature shatter-resistant glass and improved waterproofing on the outside, as well as […]

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Apple Arcade: $4.99 per month is likely for family access to 100 games

Apple’s upcoming subscription gaming service, Apple Arcade, appears to have a price point ahead of its fall launch date: $4.99 per month. According to 9to5Mac, the price was revealed in an App Store API accessible to iOS 13 beta testers, and suggests that Apple will be more aggressive with its game subscriptions than music or news, […]

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iOS 13 beta images point to Apple media event on September 10

Rumors and informed speculation have pointed to the likely timing of Apple’s next media event, and the latest piece of evidence — images found by iHelpBR in today’s seventh beta release of iOS 13 — appears to confirm the date: September 10, 2019. Labeled “hold for release,” the separate images show an iPad screen and […]

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Don’t hold your breath for a folding iPhone or iPad

Apple screws up sometimes, but it generally tries to make products that will work without repairs for years. And for the last two decades its designers have obsessed over making new devices thinner and sleeker than whatever came before. So if you’ve been following the troubled launches of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and Huawei’s Mate X […]

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Apple Card application website goes live ahead of August launch

With the launch of its consumer credit card Apple Card now only days away, Apple has activated an application website for the offering, including a short video explaining how the signup process works on iPhones. As recently suggested, the site indicates that users will be able to apply for the Apple Card using an iPad. […]

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Apple preps iPad Apple Card app for August launch, ends Barclays rewards

Now that the Apple Card‘s launch is officially imminent — coming in August, as confirmed this week by Apple CEO Tim Cook — the company is reportedly planning to quickly address one of the credit card’s most obvious shortcomings: its dependence on an iPhone. While Apple executives proudly touted the Card’s iPhone-based sign up and […]

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Apple’s Q3 2019 earnings call: Wearables and services make up for the iPhone

After releasing third-quarter 2019 financial results today, Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri are hosting their quarterly live question-and-answer session for financial analysts. We’re covering the session live, with updates below in chronological order as the call proceeds. Today’s Q&A comes after Apple disclosed largely expected results, including a 1% improvement in overall revenues — enough to […]

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Apple reports record Q3 2019 revenue of $53.8 billion, led by services

The first two fiscal quarters of 2019 were disappointing for both Apple and investors, thanks to a historic holiday season shortfall and a subsequent year-over-year second quarter decline. Today, Apple announced its fiscal third quarter 2019 results, including revenues of $53.8 billion — just enough to be a company record, though the number is roughly flat […]

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Apple Stores add augmented reality [AR]T installations and lessons

Having previously focused largely on convincing developers to create augmented reality apps for iOS devices, Apple announced today that it’s bringing art-based AR into Apple Stores across the world. This effort will include city-specific [AR]T Walks, a globally available [AR]T installation, and educational sessions called [AR]T Lab. Developed in conjunction with New York City’s New […]

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MagicDock Adds Surface-like Functionality to the iPad Pro

Apple is trying hard to position the iPad as a full-fledged mobile computing solution. This year the company has unveiled iPadOS, the new operating system that is aimed at bringing desktop-class apps to iPad. That being said, Apple has not done much ergonomically and this is where the MagicDock Kickstarter project comes into the picture. […]

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