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Apple rumored to be working on another larger tablet, possibly based on Mac OS X

Apple rumored to be working on another larger tablet, possibly based on Mac OS X

Those wanting to get their hands on an iPad have a 60 day wait starting from last Thursday, but  a rumor has surfaced that Apple is said to be developing a more advanced tablet model.  The new model is said to be much larger in dimensions, and more likely to run software akin to Mac OS X instead of the iPhone OS.  Oh, and it would launch within the year.  iPad buyers may possibly want to wait this out.

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Apple pen-input tablet patent app fuels rumors

Apple pen-input tablet patent app fuels rumors

Apple's ongoing tablet plans may be shrouded in mystery, but we keep getting snippets of potential from various patent applications from the company.  Latest to be unearthed documents digital ink recognition using a pen-aware system, which tracks full handwritten phrases rather than merely individual strokes.  Apple call it an "ink phrase" engine and it seems to be a sign that the company don't expect onscreen keyboards and multitouch to serve all of our mobile input scenarios.

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New rumor has Apple working on 13 and 15-inch tablets

New rumor has Apple working on 13 and 15-inch tablets

I am sort of Mac agnostic, I don't love the company and I don't hate them. I had a MacBook once and ran Windows on it more than I did Mac OS so I sold it. I love me some iPhone though and couldn’t imagine giving mine up. I am very intrigued by the Apple tablet rumors and I have been hoping for a cool tablet running Mac OS X to try out.

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Rumor – Asus is working on Apple’s Mac Tablet

Rumor – Asus is working on Apple’s Mac Tablet

How long have we been hearing rumors about an Apple Tablet? Seems like it's been going on for years. Well now we have an actual confirmation from a company that they are producing the fabled Mac Tablet. Like with every other “confirmation” from a “source” in this industry, you'll want to take the recommended dose of salt.

An insider at Asus has claimed that the company has been working on a tablet for a Apple that blends the power of the MacBook Pro with the touchscreen capabilities of the iPhone. Could this mean a Multitouch tablet?

Apple Watch Diary – Getting to know you

Apple Watch Diary – Getting to know you

iPhone was hotly-rumored before 2007; iPad a frequent topic of debate prior to 2010; but it’s hard to argue that Apple Watch, reaching consumers’ wrists today, is the most controversial of Apple’s recent line-up. Even before Tim Cook & Co. announced the wearable in September last year, the pros and cons of an iOS-powered companion for your iPhone were splitting party lines, and that debate hasn’t eased any in the months between then and release. Now, though, the waiting is over. The preorders are arriving. And Apple Watch needs to prove to us it’s worth a spot on our arm.

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Apple granted another stylus patent, Jobs would disapprove

Apple granted another stylus patent, Jobs would disapprove

Tech companies usually file dozens, if not hundreds, of patents that never see the light of a product launch. They've become more of legal guarantees and protection than actual plans for something tangible, much less marketable. That said, the fact that Apple has been granted yet another patent relating to an active stylus for a mobile device is still noteworthy, especially in light of the late Steve Jobs' dislike of the pointy tool. Plus, it adds fodder to rumors of a larger iPad Pro that will be marketed more to content creators than conventional content consumers.

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The Apple key: Leverage

The Apple key: Leverage

When the iPhone was released, the smartphone environment kicked into gear. When Apple released the iPad, tablets began to be produced in earnest. An entire industry is built around accessories made specifically for Apple products. Companies are built creating products that work on Apple products alone. Apple is one of the most successful companies in history - not just because they create products that sell well, but because those products can move the industry. Case in point at the time this article is set to be published: the Apple Watch.

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Force Touch, Pink color rumored for the next iPhones

Force Touch, Pink color rumored for the next iPhones

Even though Apple's new pressure-sensitive technology has yet to be verified in real-world massive usage, sources familiar with the matter are claiming that Cupertino is so confident in Force Touch that it will actually be putting it inside the next iPhones to be announced later this year. This will bring a more subtle form of functionality that is already well known on smartphones and tablets, adding an element of pressure sensitivity to mobile screens that have previously been available only with active digitizer pens or Bluetooth styluses.

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Apple to make it easier to setup, share iPads for schools

Apple to make it easier to setup, share iPads for schools

Apple's devices, particularly iPad tablets, have been the darling of the academic industry for quite some time, but now it is seeing its turf threatened by more affordable, more general purpose computers, namely Google's myriad Chromebooks. iPads definitely still have advantages in terms of looks and tech savvy-ness, but some things need to change if the devices are to remain relevant and useful in today's school settings. It seems that Apple has been listening and a leaked email to its iPad for education customers reveal that the storms of change are coming.

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