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Trials Underway For 5-Minute iPad Test To Spot Early Signs Of Dementia

UK-based researchers have developed a quick and easy way to diagnose early signs of dementia. The test makes use of AI and different images to determine whether a patient is suffering from symptoms of the disease.

Public Health April 15, 2019

Kid Locks His Dad iPad Until 2067 After Spamming It With Wrong Passwords [Update: iPad Now Being Restored Via DFU Mode]

Thanks to his kid, Evan Osnos can’t use his iPad until 2067. Per Apple’s guidelines, he needs to restore the device via iTunes, but doing so will erase all his data assuming he didn’t back it up.

Apple April 9, 2019

iPad Air 2019 vs. iPad Pro 2017: An Upgrade Or A Downgrade?

Apple's new iPad Air is out, and it's considered to be succeeding the iPad Pro 2017. That said, it has some advantages and disadvantages in comparison, making it hard to say if it's an upgrade or a downgrade.

Apple March 22, 2019

iPad Mini 2019 vs. iPad Mini 4: Is It Worth The Upgrade?

Apple has just revealed the new iPad mini, aka the iPad mini 5 or iPad mini 2019. Now the big question for iPad mini 4 owners is, is the new model worth the upgrade?

Apple March 21, 2019

Apple Unveils New 10.5-Inch iPad Air, iPad Mini With Pencil Support

Apple has quietly taken the wraps off two new iPads: the new 10.5-inch iPad Air and iPad mini. Both are powered by the company's A12 Bionic chip and feature Apple Pencil compatibility.

Apple March 18, 2019

2019 iPad Might Keep Headphone Jack, Touch ID: Report

The 2019 iPad is rumored to retain two features Apple has been letting go these past few years. It might even launch alongside a new iPad mini model as well.

Apple March 11, 2019

iOS 12.2 Beta Points To A Possible 7th-Gen iPod Touch And New iPads

New iPads and a 7th-gen iPod Touch are possibly coming soon. These reports come after codes from the iOS 12.2 Beta seem to refer to the rumored devices.

Apple January 29, 2019

Major FaceTime Bug Lets You Listen To Audio Before The Person Accepts Your Call

A bug has been discovered in FaceTime that leaves recipients vulnerable to spying. Apple has acknowledged the issue and said it’ll release a fix shortly.

Apple January 29, 2019

Apple To Sell Budget iPads Soon, But Without Face ID

There are references in the code for iOS 12.2 that suggests Apple will soon release a new low-cost iPad. But don’t expect it to have premium features such as slimmer bezels and Face ID.

Apple January 28, 2019

New iPad Mini 5, 10-Inch iPad Could Be In Apple's Pipeline

Apple could soon launch new iPad models in March. The company made two filings for 'tablet computers' recently, and they're believed to be the iPad mini 5 and 10-inch iPad.

Apple January 25, 2019

Apple's New iPad Pro Videos Show 'A New Way' To Get Things Done

Apple is showing iPad Pro users 'a new way' to do things with the tablet, from hosting a podcast to making a presentation. It uploaded five new videos that highlight the capabilities and features of the device.

Apple January 18, 2019

Rumor: New iPad Mini And Entry-Level 10-inch iPad Due Next Year

New iPads are coming next year. Reports suggest Apple would be coming out with a fifth-generation iPad mini and an updated 10-inch model in 2019.

Apple December 21, 2018

Apple: Some New iPads Are Slightly Bent, But That’s Totally Normal

Apple says some iPad Pro units might have a slight bend to their chassis, but that’s only a natural side effect of their manufacturing process. Customers aren’t too happy about the cosmetic blunder, however.

Apple December 19, 2018

Amazon Will Finally Sell Apple Products Directly, But Not All Of Them

Apple will soon sell its products on Amazon directly. Beginning January, only Apple and authorized resellers will be allowed to sell Apple products on the store.

Apple November 10, 2018

Apple Original Content Will Be Free For iOS And tvOS Device Owners

Apple, which is investing $1 billion into original programming, is planning to give away the content for free. The Apple streaming service, apparently, was not planning to challenge Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Apple October 11, 2018

Minecraft: Education Edition To Launch On iPads In September

'Minecraft: Education Edition' for iPads will be available for teachers and students in September. The game's latest edition will offer new features where students can learn additional things, such as Update Aquatic.

Video Games August 22, 2018

Amsterdam Apple Store Evacuated Due To iPad Battery Explosion

An Apple store in Amsterdam had to be evacuated after an overheated iPad battery exploded, causing three people to suffer respiratory issues. The fire was quickly put out by staff members from Apple.

Apple August 20, 2018

New iPad Pro Design Confirmed By iOS 12 Icon: Here's The Big Change

The fifth developer beta version of iOS 12 contained an icon that hinted at the new iPad Pro design. Here is the big change that may be coming to the tablet, along with other rumors about the device.

Apple August 2, 2018

Adobe Is Bringing Photoshop To iPad — The Full Version

Adobe is bringing the full version of Photoshop to the iPad. The company reportedly plans to announce it this October and then release it sometime next year.

Apps/Software July 14, 2018

Apple Reportedly Upgrading Every Product In Its Lineup This Fall, Even The Mac Mini

Apple is preparing a whole slew of upgrades this fall, if analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is correct, which he nearly always is. Expect upgrades for Apple’s entire product lineup, save for the iPod.

Apple July 12, 2018

How Do You Know If Someone Is Rich? Ask If They Own An iPhone Or iPad, Study Says

Owning an iPhone or iPad is the best indicator that a person is rich. Researchers had a 69.1 percent chance of correctly guessing whether people belonged to the high-income bracket if they own an iPhone.

Apple July 9, 2018

Apple Registers 5 New Macs And iPads, But There’s A Huge Catch

Apple has apparently registered a filing that lists five new Mac and iPad models — each. That doesn’t mean we’ll be getting that many new products, though.

Apple July 6, 2018

Australia Slaps Apple With $9M Fine For Misleading Users About 'Error 53' Bug

Apple misled consumers about its Error 53 iOS bug that bricked devices, and now, it has to pay. An Australia federal court hit Apple with an AU$9 million fine, or about US$6.8 million.

Apple June 20, 2018

iOS 12 Screen Time Feature Will Show You Use Your iPhone Too Much

Screen Time, one of the new iOS 12 features, will surprise people by showing them how much they use their iPhone. Even Apple CEO Tim Cook was surprised by the incredibly detailed information provided by Screen Time.

Apple June 18, 2018

Cheaper Microsoft Surface Tablet To Challenge Apple's $329 iPad: Report

Microsoft is reportedly working on a redesigned Surface line, aiming to launch smaller and cheaper tablets in the second half of this year. The new Surface tablets will purportedly compete against Apple's $329 iPad.

Microsoft May 19, 2018

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Nope, Mac And iPad Will Not Merge

Tim Cook says he doesn’t like the idea of a Mac and iPad hybrid because he thinks that not what users want. His statements go against recent rumors suggesting Apple will merge the two platforms.

Apple April 20, 2018

35 Amazing Facts About Apple You Didn't Know

Apple had a lot of secrets, from its inception to today. There are some that are now out in the open, which will hopefully give fans a better understanding of its history and what goes on inside the headquarters.

Company April 11, 2018

Apple Releases Official iPad Tutorial Videos: Apple Pencil, Split View, Keyboard Tips, And More

Apple has rolled out a couple of iPad tutorial videos to make its features clear to users everywhere. The clips include how-to instructions for the Apple Pencil, Split View, and many others.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 4, 2018

Apple's New iPhone And iPad Cases Are Themed After Spring

Apple revealed a new lineup of color for its first-party accessories. The new products apparently flaunt spring-related themes and are available for the Apple Watch, iPad, and iPhone.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 30, 2018

Logitech Unveils The 'Crayon' Stylus, Rugged Combo 2 For iPads

Logitech announced the Crayon Stylus and the Rugged Combo 2 case. These are designed to work together with the new iPad, which targets schools and school districts.

Gadgets March 28, 2018

Apple Unveils New $329 iPad With Apple Pencil Support At Education-Focused Event

Apple unveiled a new iPad at an education event in Chicago on March 27. This new iPad offers new features that allow Apple to remain competitive in the currently Google-dominated education market.

Apple March 27, 2018

Acer Chromebook Tab 10 Is The First Tablet Powered By Chrome OS

Ahead of Apple's pending announcement of its new affordable iPad, Acer reveals the Chromebook Tab 10. It is the first tablet that runs on Google's Chrome OS marketed for the education sector.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 27, 2018

Microsoft Edge Browser Rolled Out To iPad And Android Tablets: Why Use It Over Safari And Chrome?

Microsoft has rolled out the Edge browser as a free download to iPads and Android tablets, a few months after launching the app on iPhones and Android smartphones. Why would users choose Edge over Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome?

Microsoft March 27, 2018

Apple Reportedly Launching Cheap iPad For Students, Teachers In Upcoming Chicago Event

Apple will launch a low-cost iPad model in a forthcoming event in Chicago. This device, in addition to a rumored low-cost MacBook, are part of a bigger plan for Apple to conquer the education market.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 24, 2018

Apple's Most Legendary Products That You May Have Forgotten

Since its founding in the 1970s, Apple has produced some of the greatest gadgets of all time — including desktop computers, laptops, and mobile devices that revolutionized the way we connect.

Products March 1, 2018

Children Struggle To Hold Pencils Due To Excessive Use Of iPads

Children are having difficulty holding a pencil because of excessive use of devices that prevents the development of muscles needed for holding pencils and writing correctly. Some children do not even know how to receive a pencil or paintbrush.

Public Health February 26, 2018

2 New Apple iPad Models Reportedly Launching Soon, But Don’t Get Excited Yet

Apple is reportedly releasing two new iPad models pretty soon. But a closer look tells us that it’s just going to release one, and it might not be the Face ID version everyone is hyped about.

Apple February 22, 2018

Apple Reportedly Seeking To Buy Cobalt Directly From Miners To Use In Li-Ion Batteries

Apple was reportedly in talks to secure a multi-year deal to purchase cobalt directly from miners. Cobalt is a key ingredient for Li-Ion batteries and there are industry fears of shortages.

Apple February 21, 2018

Apple Tells GitHub To Remove Leaked iOS Source Code 'iBoot'

Apple has ordered the leaked iOS source code iBoot removed from GitHub. The company insisted there is no security threat following the leak, which could lead to the discovery of system vulnerabilities and creation of iOS jailbreak.

Apple February 8, 2018

Chinese Man Made $1.1M Selling Fake Apple Products In US Through Dream Digitals

A 43-year-old Chinese man on a student visa in the United States pleaded guilty to selling counterfeit Apple products in the country. The man made more than $1.1 million from the scheme and is now facing prison time.

Apple February 5, 2018

Apple Rolls Out Sixth iOS 11.2.5, tvOS 11.2.5 Beta Builds To Developers

Apple has released beta 6 of iOS 11.25 and tvOS 11.2.5 that mostly consist of low-key feature enhancements and bug fixes. The OS beta versions are available to developers and public testers, hinting of an upcoming release date.

Apple January 18, 2018

Is Your iPad Being Throttled? Short Answer Is No

Apple is throttling iPhones, and now the question is, does it slow down iPads too? According to the Cupertino brand, it doesn't, and it's probably because it doesn't need to.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 15, 2018

Apple Seeds Third Beta Of iOS 11.2.5: Siri Gets Biggest Update In Latest Release

Apple has released the first public beta of 2018, iOS 11.2.5 to its testing group. The biggest highlight in this new update is in Apple's digital assistant, Siri.

Apple January 5, 2018

Apple Tops Holiday Device Activations, Samsung Follows, Google Still Absent

Apple's iPhones and iPads led device activations globally in the week leading up to Christmas, according to the latest stats. Samsung ranked second while Google is still absent from the chart.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech December 31, 2017

Full Version Of Civilization VI Comes Out For iPad

‘Civilization VI’ is now out for the iPad. It is the first time that the full game from the ‘Civilization’ series is released in a mobile format.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech December 25, 2017

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