• Review: 2018 12.9-inch iPad Pro: a tamed beast

    4 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    The 2018 iPad Pro is the most compelling new iPad to be released since the original. Whereas all previous iPad models more or less have had notable but incremental refinements and improvements, this new 2018 iPad is the tablet that Apple has longed to make.
    Thanks to its flat edges, the 2018 iPad Pro looks vaguely similar to the original version, but that's where the similarities abruptly end. This machine is an absolute monster in so many areas, from its “all-screen” front panel, to its ludicrously-fast CPU, to the sheer amount of flash storage space and memory.
    But performance is only...
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  • Brand new to iPad? Here's everything you need to get started!

    Brand new to iPad? Here's everything you need to get started!

    4 days ago - By iMore

    If you're just getting your first iPad, here's everything you need to get up and running!
    Whether you've just bought the new 2018 iPad Pro with Face ID, the 2018 9.7-inch iPad with Pencil 2 support, the iPad mini, or an older model iPad, there are a few steps to getting started.
    We've got guides for all the steps you need, from the first "Hello" to downloading the best apps and game, setting up your email and calendar accounts, getting FaceTime and Messages ready for communication, setting up Face ID, and more.
    If this is your first device in the Apple ecosystem, welcome to the family...
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  • How to take screenshots on the iPad Pro

    How to take screenshots on the iPad Pro

    4 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    No matter if the 2018 iPad Pro is your first iOS device without a Home button or not, follow along for how to take screenshots on the iPad Pro.
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  • Satechi's new USB-C Mobile Pro Hub will work with the new iPad Pro

    Satechi's new USB-C Mobile Pro Hub will work with the new iPad Pro

    4 days ago - By iMore

    Satechi already makes several USB-C hubs and adapters for Apple products like the MacBook Pro , including adapters that sit flush against the side. Well, now the company has announced a new Aluminum USB-C Mobile Pro Hub designed to be compatible with the recently announced iPad Pro , which replaces the regular Lightning port with a USB-C port.
    You can pre-order the device for $44.99 through the Satechi website in two different colors. When it finally releases on Dec. 24, the hub's price will jump up to $59.99.
    While the new iPad Pro does have that USB-C port, it won't immediately be...
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  • 2018 iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Smart Keyboard Folio - a big leap from the first Pro

    2018 iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Smart Keyboard Folio - a big leap from the first Pro

    4 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    While I upgrade my iPhone every year, my iPad upgrade history trends toward every other generation: iPad 2, fourth-gen, Air, and 9.7-inch Pro. Skipping a generation (with the exception of the fourth-gen to original Air) has served me well as each upgrade is less incremental and more dramatic.
    (I later acquired the original iPad - seen above stacked on the new iPad Pro - to collect; the new 11-inch iPad Pro feels like the modern version of that design with similar flat sides and the bulbous back squashed.)
    This time around I'm upgrading from the 9.7-inch iPad Pro from early 2016 to the...
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  • Satechi unveils Aluminum USB Type-C Mobile Pro Hub Adapter for 2018 iPad Pro and more

    Satechi unveils Aluminum USB Type-C Mobile Pro Hub Adapter for 2018 iPad Pro and more

    4 days ago - By Beta News

    The newest iPad Pro tablets are amazing, albeit overkill for many consumers. Not only are they beautifully designed, but powerful as hell. Believe it or not, they can outperform many Mac computers. In other words, iPad is getting closer to becoming a legit laptop alternative. Unfortunately, the 2018 iPad Pro still does not have mouse support, meaning navigating iOS while in "laptop mode" with the keyboard attachment can be tedious. While it finally has a USB-C port, there is still no USB Type-A port. Also missing is the 3.5mm audio jack. Luckily, as is typical...
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