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  1. New iPad (2021) could bear a striking resemblance to an older iPad Air A super-thin iPad (Image credit: Future) We've been hearing rumors of a new iPad for 2021 to join Apple's entry-level line-up. This range of relatively low cost slates doesn't often change much between iterations, and it's not likely this one will present a huge redesign, but we've heard Apple is trying to make the slate a touch more like some of its other tablets. According to Japanese tech site Macotakara, paraphrasing a Chinese supplier, '
  2. The Best iPad Accessories These are some of our favorite stands, cases, keyboards, and Pencils, no matter which iPad you have. One of the best parts of owning an iPad is that you're never short on accessories. There are a wealth of cases, cables, adapters, styli, keyboards, stands, and more out there to trick out your slate. But what should you buy? I spent months filling a corner of my tiny New York apartment with boxes of gear to test and find the best iPad accessories.
  3. A new app allows teachers to use their iPhone or iPad as an overhead camera on Zoom It’s designed to help teachers who are teaching from home due to COVID Teachers who have found themselves holding class over Zoom have probably already figured out clever hacks to show their students documents, but there’s now an app designed specifically for that purpose (via 9to5Mac). Overviewer was made by developer Charlie Chapman, and it allows teachers (or anyone, really) to easily use their phone’s camera as a replacement for an overhead document vie
  4. Which iPhones, iPads support Apple's iOS 13 and iPadOS? With the arrival this [Northern hemisphere] fall of iOS 13 and iPadOS, there's some bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and some of Apple's older iPads. Apple When it unveiled iOS 13 and iPadOS last month, Apple had bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and brushed off customers with an iPad Mini from the same years or a 2013 original iPad Air. According to Apple, iOS 13 - likely shot out of Cupertino in Sep
  5. iPadOS, coming “this fall”: Thumb drives, more gestures, “desktop-class” browsing [Updated] Apple takes another big step toward that "what's a computer" ad from last year. Enlarge Samuel Axon In addition to expected updates to WatchOS and iOS, Apple's Monday WWDC keynote included an announcement of a new iOS fork: iPadOS. This new updated OS focuses squarely on the larger-screen capabilities of iPads—though Apple didn't confirm which iPad models will be supported. The OS' beta period will begin "today," with a full release s
  6. Apple wants all of the spotlight on its new services and subscriptions next week. Enlarge Apple We're one week out from Apple's services-focused event in Cupertino, and the company just announced a pair of devices we've been expecting for quite some time. Apple debuted a new, $499 10.5-inch iPad Air and a new, $399 7.9-inch iPad mini today. Both have familiar designs but also have the company's new A12 Bionic chip. The new iPad Air looks like previous models, with thicker bezels on the top and bottom of the ad
  7. Apple regulatory filings hint at a new iPad possibly coming soon It could be this week... or months Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Apple might have a new iPad in the works, going off documents found this week in the Eurasian Economic Commission database, which contains filings required for devices sold in Russia and other countries. MacRumors reports that the filing doesn’t contain much info apart from the fact that the iPad will run iOS 13. We don’t know what model it’ll be or what features it’ll include.
  8. Google Drive adds biometric protection on iPhone and iPad Google has released a new update for Google Drive that brings support for Touch ID and Face ID on iPhones and iPad. The new update will allow users to lock their Drive files behind a Privacy Screen so if anyone tries to access the files, they will need to use Touch ID or Face ID to unlock. The feature is not exactly new as it was first announced by Google last month. A Google Spokesperson told Digital Trends that the feature is designed to give users a "little more privacy for documents stored on your
  9. HandyPAF

    3uTools 2.39

    An All-in-One Tool for iOS Devices 3uTools is an all-in-one tool for iOS devices that makes it easy to manage your device without the need to use iTunes. You can view detailed device information at a glance (including IMEI and serial number), uninstall apps, view and manage your photos/videos, create ringtones, import/export music, download wallpapers and ringtones, and more. 3uTools also enables you to flash and jailbreak your phone. The One-click jailbreak feature makes the jailbreak process so simple and easy. The program supports iOS flash in normal mode, DFU mod
  10. Grammarly revamps iPad app, adds new features Grammarly introduced a bunch of new features in its latest update for its iPadOS application today. The updates improve the user experience on the iPad app by integrating the features provided by Grammarly - spellchecking, synonym suggestions, and other grammatical assistance - more seamlessly into the UI. Previously, iPad users had to head over to the tab's browser to access the Grammarly Editor. This lengthy process of copying and pasting content just to edit it has now been shortened and made easier thanks to t
  11. iPhone 12 release date in October, but new iPads in September? 2020 sure is strange Apple may delay the iPhone 12 release date to October and November, but launch iPads and Apple Watch in September (Image credit: Future) "Where's the iPhone 12?" That's what everyone is going to be asking us on Tuesday, September 8 when new iPads and the Apple Watch 6 arrive without a new iPhone. That's at least our analysis of the world's collective reaction if sometimes-right Apple leaker, Jon Prosser, has nailed the timeline. He tweete
  12. When it comes to tablets, Apple has a wide lead over other companies in terms of sales. The company has made its slates relatively more accessible in recent years, offering a variation of products at different price points. Also, not to forget, the tightly integrated hardware and software provides a great experience. You don’t have to take our word for it as a new American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) has revealed that both iPad and Mac owners are satisfied with their they’ve purchased. Survey Still Gives Preference to Samsung and Amazon Tablets in
  13. Apple’s rumored Mini-LED iPad and MacBook Pro could arrive in 2020 Apple’s answer to OLED could arrive as early as next year Apple has been rumored to be working on an iPad and MacBook featuring Mini-LED displays for months, and a new research note from noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has now put a date on when to expect them: late 2020, via 9to5Mac. Kuo had originally broke the rumor that Apple was working on laptops and tablets with the new screen technology earlier this year, but at that time, he put the date as either 2020 or 2021. The new research n
  14. iTools 4.4.5.6 The Best iPhone Transfer Software. iTools 4 designed with a user-friendly interface including simple and fast navigation controls. 90% of tasks need only one click to complete the processes. User-Friendly Interface iTools 4 designed with a user-friendly interface including simple and fast navigation controls. 90% of tasks need only one click to complete the processes Media Manager The iTools has the ability to manage all kind of media such as images, videos, audios, text documents, PDF, movies, podcasts, iTunes music and etc. For iPhone, iPad, and iPod
  15. If you’ve been wanting to give your iPhone or iPad a little refresh, a new font can potentially be a way to do it. This week, Adobe’s Creative Cloud made 1,300 fonts available for free to anyone that downloads its Creative Cloud app from the App Store. Once you have the app installed and launch it, you’ll be able to browse through all of the fonts that are available through Adobe for your device. When you find one you like, you can install it and then use it in any iOS 13.1 app that supports custom font APIs. While everyone has access to those 1,300 fonts,
  16. At MAX 2019 today, Adobe announced an impressive expansion of its products. For one thing, full Photoshop is now available for iPads, something that was announced a while back and is now generally available. Version 1.0 focuses on "top workflows", and Adobe says that it will expand the product as it learns how people use Photoshop on a mobile device. It does have a redesigned UI, since an iPad is a different type of device from a PC. Clearly, it's meant to be more touch-centric. You can open and edit your PSD files from anywhere, and connect it with your PC via Adobe Cloud.
  17. Adobe deals with ‘painful’ early reviews of Photoshop for iPad ‘If you try to make everybody happy w/ a v1, you’ll either never ship or make nobody happy’ At the kickoff keynote for Adobe Max, the company’s massive annual creativity conference, 15,000 designers and creatives cheered as Photoshop on the iPad was unveiled onstage. The long-anticipated app had been teased since last year’s conference, and the air in the Los Angeles Convention Center was filled with excitement as attendees finally got to try it out in between workshop sessions and panels hosted by inspirati
  18. Recap: Apple’s tablet wasn’t a surprise when Jobs took the wraps off it during a press conference at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on January 27, 2010. Pundits speculated that Apple’s tablet may be called the iSlate or perhaps the iTablet but Cupertino ultimately went with iPad. It’s been 10 years to the day since Steve Jobs officially introduced the term “iPad” into the English lexicon. The company probably could have spared itself some early embarrassment by going with one of the other leading names as the term iPad sparked all sorts of jokes related to feminine products.
  19. Apple wants to continue improving the iPad with features that would bring it closer to a traditional computer, and the next major step in this plan is a partnership with Adobe for a fully featured version of Photoshop designed for its tablet. Technically, as part of the collaboration, Adobe would launch the full Photoshop suite on the iPad, replacing the existing version that comes with several limitations and lacks more advanced functionality. A report from Bloomberg reveals that the new Photoshop for iPad could land early next year, with a preview to be offered in Octob
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