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iPad Pro 9.7-inch revealed with new display tech

iPad Pro 9.7-inch revealed with new display tech

If you were a big fan of the iPad Pro, but for some reason wanted all of those features packed into a much smaller screen, then you'll be delighted to hear that Apple has been listening. Today at their Town Hall meeting they announced a new 9.7" version of their Pro iPad. That's just over 2 inches smaller than the original.

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iPad Pro packs 128GB and 256GB storage, release this month

iPad Pro packs 128GB and 256GB storage, release this month

Apple has expanded its iPad Pro offering with a new pro-level iPad slate boasting a ton of storage space: 128GB and 256GB. Today marks the entrant of the second member of the iPad Pro family, one that bears a 9.7-inch display and weighs about a pound. The new features were detailed by Apple’s Phil Schiller, who says, “Customers have fallen in love with the iPad Pro.”

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iPad Pro’s new True Tone display adjusts to ambient light

iPad Pro’s new True Tone display adjusts to ambient light

Introduced for the newest iPad Pro - the 9.7-inch version - Apple has shown a new True Tone display. This is the first time such a technology has been delivered on a tablet, says Apple, and it's going to change the way your eyes react to the tablet's display. This technology uses the tablet's light sensors to see ambient light and color temperature and adjusts the display to compensate. No more headaches.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro “mini”: what we know so far

9.7-inch iPad Pro “mini”: what we know so far

In less that two weeks, and just a day before it fully takes on the Justice Department in court, Apple will be holding an event that will finally put to rest a couple of rumors that just won't die. And admittedly, the all sound very, very interesting. Like an iPhone SE that's allegedly a smaller version of an iPhone 6s. And then there's what would have been the iPad Air 3, but now referred to as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. And yes, it's a smaller version of Apple's biggest tablet to date. Of course, it will definitely be more than that.

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Panono Review : Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera in the house

Panono Review : Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera in the house

This is the Panono, a camera which exists in a spherical configuration, one that you're able to toss into the air to capture unique images. Back in 2011 when we first discovered this piece of technology, it was just a student project. Fast forward to now, the year 2016, and we're getting to experience the magic in final form - ready for consumers - for the first time. Is this the way of the future? Or was this an awesome idea formed before its time, executed too late to make a giant impact in its natural home market - virtual reality?

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Apple Event official: iPhone SE, iPad Pro 9.7 expected

Apple Event official: iPhone SE, iPad Pro 9.7 expected

This morning invites have been sent out for Apple's next big event, one that's sure to bring more than one device to the fold. This event will be taking place on the 21st of March, 2016, and will likely play host to a new iPhone, a new iPad, and a new set of accessories for the Apple Watch. Software updates and/or new apps are expected as well. SlashGear will be covering this event from the event center at which it takes place - stay tuned!

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iPad Pro Review for artists, illustrators, and designers

iPad Pro Review for artists, illustrators, and designers

I don't use most of the advertised features of the iPad Pro. I haven't activated the split-screen multitasking feature more than a couple of times - just to see how it worked. I haven't used Siri. The iPad Pro for me hasn't been about engaging with all the bells and whistles it seemed I was meant to be excited about back when it was first revealed by Apple in September. Instead, I've been using the iPad Pro for sketching ideas and illustrating pictures, and because of this, I find myself enjoying the platform as a tool for the first time in a long time.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro tipped to inherit iPhone 6s camera

9.7-inch iPad Pro tipped to inherit iPhone 6s camera

The next Apple event has been tipped to contain more than one device, the larger of these being a new iPad Pro. Not an iPad Pro that'll replace its even larger relative, the original 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but one that'll offer another size in the increasingly powerful iPad market. This iPad Pro (the smaller) has been rumored to roll with a 12-megapixel rear camera, coming with a sensor that's rather similar to that of the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro tipped for March 15th launch

9.7-inch iPad Pro tipped for March 15th launch

We are drawing close to the date of Apple's event where new products will be launched. That event is set to happen on March 15 and rumors are swirling that suggest the new iPad Apple will unveil at the event won't be an iPad Air 3 as previously rumored, but will be a new smaller screen iPad Pro tablet. This new tablet is tipped to be a 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

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The iPhone 5se release date may have just leaked

The iPhone 5se release date may have just leaked

The iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 could go on sale on Friday, March 18, sources claim, with the 4-inch smartphone and updated tablet speeding to shelves only days after their big unveil. The new iOS devices are expected to be revealed at an Apple event in mid-March, or so the rumor mill would have it, but unlike some previous announcements there won't be a long wait before eager shoppers can actually go out and buy them.

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Adobe Photoshop Sketch Review with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil

Adobe Photoshop Sketch Review with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil

Over the past week and a half I've been using the app Adobe Photoshop Sketch for iOS with the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. It's not what I expected. I expected it to be an experience in which the stylus (the Apple Pencil) would be speedy and the app would have simple basics. As it turned out, the Apple Pencil is speedy, yes, but latency is so extremely small it's as if the hardware were made for this app specifically. This goes for the app interacting with the Pencil as well - tapping between brushes and backing up and drawing - all of this felt entirely natural.

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Splash Cars channels Splatoon for Android and iOS

Splash Cars channels Splatoon for Android and iOS

Developer Craneballs releases game Splash Cars for iOS and Android, channeling the Nintendo Wii game Splatoon in the process. This game has its users driving tiny cars and trucks, rolling around maps that are subsequently covered in paint. This game follows the "paint road racer", you, the hero. In your mission you'll not only paint the world red (or blue, or green), you'll summon friendly citizens to help you. You'll be at war with your fellow paint racers - it's up to you to re-create and paint the world in your image.

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