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Apple iPad Pro (0)

The Apple iPad is probably the first device that helped make tablets more appealing to consumers. There were already tablets available then but were designed for use in different industries. But now, Apple is somehow turning the tables this time by offering the Apple iPad Pro designed as a work tablet. The new Apple iPad Pro is the larger sibling of the iPad Air and the iPad Mini. With its 12.9-inch Retina display, it is designed more as a work or enterprise tablet with robust features ideal for use in different industries. Due to its size, the iPad Pro comes with n advanced display that contains more pixels than the 15-inch MacBook. It also has room for more speakers as well as a larger battery to have power for up to 10 hours of continuous use. The iPad Pro also comes with the new A9X chip that double's the memory's bandwidth and double its storage. By creating the iPad Pro, Apple is expecting to open up its products and tap a different group of customers in the enterprise device market.  The iPad Pro will be available in three different models that is expected to cost from $799 to $1,049. Image Source: Apple Read More

The Instant Transmitting Paper To iPad Pen (0)

Handwriting or drawing is still quite a valuable skill if not an art form. With the deluge of tech devices that is replacing this skill with apps, software and a different way to achieve the same ends, some people may become increasingly concerned that writing or drawing things on paper may be becoming a lost art. But there are ways to preserve this through making tech complement "old world" skills. Devices like the Instant Transmitting Paper To iPad Pen. The Instant Transmitting Paper To iPad Pen lets you transfer your handwriting or drawings on paper and digitizes them instantly to your iOS device. It is a good tool for you to use when you wish to digitize your pen and paper artwork. You can also use it to transfer notes you jot down on paper to your iPad or iPhone. This device does away with the tedious retyping and scanning the papers for digital consumption. The Instant Transmitting Paper To iPad Pen features a comfortable stylus that you can use to write down what you like on paper, just like a ball point pen. It also comes with a 3-inch receiver that you can clip on top of any writing or drawing paper that also pairs up with the stylus. The device communicates with each other using Bluetooth, the same way it transmits what you do on paper to a digital device. The receiver can store up to 100 pages of content. It is a convenient tool to use if you wish to write or draw something on paper and would want to have a digitized version of it instantly as the same time. The Instant Transmitting Paper To iPad Pen is available at Hammacher Schlemmer for $170. Image Source: Hammacher Schlemmer Read More

New iPad Air, iPad Mini on October, allegedly (0)

Apple is not yet done with 2014. After unveiling the new iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, reports claim the company is set to unveil major new products in October, including a new iPad. Citing sources with reliable information, AppleInsider claims the tech giant will unveil the latest iPads next month, just like last year when it introduced the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display. The 2014 iPad Air and iPad mini are rumored to feature Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor, as well as the same A8 processor found in iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Also rumored to debut later this year is the latest free OS X update called Yosemite, which will work seamlessly into iOS 8 mobile operating system. There is also a likelihood for Apple to unveil a redesigned MacBook Air with Retina display and ultra-thin form factor, but the launch may be pushed back to 2015, along with an updated iMac and Apple TV. Source: AppleInsider Read More

Microsoft introduces Office for iPad (0)

Microsoft announced a new version of its Office productivity suite for the iPad. The Office for iPad is a break away from Microsoft's policy of providing tablet versions of Office, but only on the ones running on Windows. Subscribers to Office 365 can create and edit documents using Word, PowerPoint, and Excel for iPad applications. The files will be stored on Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage system. Meanwhile, nonsubscribers can download the three apps for free from the App Store, but you can only read and present the files. Microsoft has long held on to its Windows-first policy, especially when it comes to Office and its productivity applications that include word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation. This is to strengthen the popularity of Windows, a major contributor to Microsoft's profits. While there have been Office for Mac desktops and laptops, this move is a bit different because Microsoft Surface users still have to contend with installing a trial version of Office 365 Home Premium. It remains unknown whether Surface tablet will be able to download Office apps separately. The move to release Office for iPad also reflects how the new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is coming to terms with the reality that only about 15% of Internet-connected devices such as desktops, tablets, and smartphones, are powered by Windows. There is also a growing trend in open-source productivity suites, a threat that Microsoft cannot ignore. Source: Wall Street Journal Read More

Apple ditches iPad 2 with discounted iPad 4 (0)

Apple has phased out the iPad 2 from the shelves, replacing them with the iPad 4 at the same mid-range price as the old tablet. The iPad 4 now costs $399 for the 16GB WiFi-only model and $529 for the 16GB WiFi+cellular model. Both models are available at major carriers in the United States: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless. Launched in 2012, the fourth-generation iPad sports a 9.7-inch Retina display and supports 4G carriers all over the world. The iPad 2, meanwhile, was launched in 2011. Apple previously discontinued the production of iPad 4 last year after launching its current flagship tablet, the iPad Air, while the iPad 2 remained on sale with its price slashed to $399 in 2012. A report from research firm Gartner says Apple's iOS-powered tablets occupied a 36-percent share of the market in 2013, while tablets based on Google-made Android software dominate the market at 62 percent. Source: Reuters Image source: Frank Gaertner / Read More

Apple Black Friday deals exclude iPhone, Retina iPad Mini (0)

Apple has been offering special deals on the day after Thanksgiving in some countries. This year's Apple Black Friday deals include free gift cards together with your purchase of iPads, iPods, and MacBook Pros. Even non-Apple-branded accessories sold in the Apple Store, such as the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0, come with gift cards of assorted values just for today. However, not all Apple products are included in its Black Friday offerings. For instance, gift cards are included for every iPad model except the recently-launched iPad mini with Retina display. There are also no discounts for all iPhone models. Consumers can use the gift cards to purchase other products in the Apple Store, especially accessories. The iPad Air includes a gift card ranging from 35 euros (about US$48) to 75 Australian dollars (US$68), equivalent to 10% "savings" on a $499 16GB WiFi-only model. Meanwhile, the iPad 2 comes with gift cards valued between 25 pounds sterling (US$41) to 50 Australian dollars ($45). These Apple Black Friday deals are only applicable in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Australia. The Apple Store in US is being updated as of this posting, possibly adding some finishing details to its Black Friday deals. Source: Forbes Read More

iPad Mini with Retina now available on retail (0)

Apple has begun selling online its latest iPad Mini, the one with the Retina screen. This is the second time the company is wedging into the smaller tablet market. Measuring 7.9 inches diagonally, the new iPad Mini comes with Apple's high-definition Retina display. An order page for this gadget has appeared on Apple's website Tuesday morning, the same time as the company released the iPad Air. "The response to iPad Air has been incredible, and we're excited for customers to experience the new iPad mini with Retina display," Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, said in a press release. "We're working hard to get as many as we can in the hands of our customers." The announcement comes after reports surfaced that manufacturing issues may not keep up with iPad Mini orders, particularly the lack of enough Retina displays for the small tablet. Apart from the high-definition screen, the new iPad Mini sports a 64-bit A7 processor that makes this tablet more power-efficient and faster. The iPad Mini with Retina display is available online, starting at $399 for the basic WiFi-only version to as much as $829 for a model that packs cellular connectivity and 128 GB of storage. Customers can choose between silver and space gray colors, as well as choosing between having Apple ship your new tablet or pick it up at a nearby Apple Store. Meanwhile, major wireless carriers like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, are also selling this new tablets in their respective rooms.. Source: San Jose Mercury Read More

Steve Wozniak: Don’t give me iPad Air for Christmas (1)

While everyone in Apple Land wants a piece of iPad Air, one unlikely person would not want the upcoming tablet in his Christmas stocking. TechRadar reported that Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak (pictured, left) has gone on-record about brushing off the iPad Air, so much so he already told his wife not to buy the upcoming tablet as a gift. What is in the iPad Air that Wozniak does not like? He claims that the tablet would not work efficiently in his home. "Yes it's thinner, but I wanted storage," Wozniak said during an interview at Apps World in London. "I don't have broadband at home, so I carry all my personal media in the iPad. So I was hoping Apple has a 258GB iPad." The largest storage option for the iPad is just 128GB, one of the largest among non-Windows tablets. However, such a large storage drive is not enough for Wozniak, since he apparently relies on his Internet connection in accessing media content. Having a weak broadband means Wozniak and the rest of us would not be able to stream movies and TV programs, while downloading them could take excruiciatingly long. "I can't order a movie from iTunes and watch it straight away," Wozniak added. "I could wait for it but I get bored by then. It's because of my lousy phone company, but that is life." The best that Steve Wozniak could do, as well as for others experiencing the same slow broadband, is to subscribe to satellite Internet services. That, or he could purchase the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 that has a larger storage. Source: TechRadar Image Source: Featureflash / Read More

New iPad Mini Gets Retina Display (1)

Apart from the iPad Air, Apple also takes the veil off its latest version of iPad mini. This time, the new iPad mini comes with something sorely lacking in its first model: a Retina display. The new mini tablet sports a 7.9-inch screen with 2048 x 1536 resolution, which is the same as the iPad Air. On the inside, the new iPad mini sports the latest A7 processor just like the iPhone 5S and up to 10 hours of battery life. Apple also boasts about this new tablet's improved performance, up to four times faster in CPU tasks and eight times faster at graphics tasks. Meanwhile, Apple has announced the original iPad mini will remain available for purchase at a discounted price of $299. This is $30 less than the original price. The lack of a Retina display has often been cited why the first iPad mini cannot compete with similarly-sized tablets, especially the Nexus 7. The new iPad mini with Retina display will be priced at $399. Customers can choose between two color combos: white bezel with silver back; and black bezel with "space gray" back. Apple has yet to divulge details on pre-order and availability, except that these tablets will roll out in time for the holidays, "later in November" to be exact. Source: Wired Image source: Christina Bonnington/WIRED Read More

iPad Air: Ready For Work And Play On November 1 (2)

Apple unveiled a thinner and lighter iPad at their event in San Francisco earlier today. Read More

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