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Report: iPad Pro coming in 2015 (don’t hold your breath)

Report: iPad Pro coming in 2015 (don’t hold your breath)

If you’re reading this on a laptop, specifically a MacBook, think about whether that screen would make for a good tablet. If the answer is yes, the iPad Pro may have had your attention before. The 12.9-inch tablet Apple is believed to be working on has been discussed for some time, but a new report suggests we’ll see it early next year.

 

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Apple’s next iPhone may be a shape-shifter

Apple’s next iPhone may be a shape-shifter

It’s Apple Patent time. With no lack of excitement going on for the next iPhone, aka the iPhone 6, Apple’s newest patent nearly slipped under the radar. What we’ve got here is a tap into an extendable, living sort of display, allowing for a complete dousing of buttons. This technology may find its way into the iPhone, iPad, or entire family of Apple products.

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Star Wars Commander: officially awesome

Star Wars Commander: officially awesome

This week the folks at the LucasArts* have released the newest mobile Star Wars game for iOS - don’t leave yet! It’s understandable that you’d be a bit wary of another Star Wars-themed game for the mobile platform, don’t fret! This one is actually pretty super.

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Report: iPad Air 2 will double-down on RAM

Report: iPad Air 2 will double-down on RAM

All this talk of the iPhone 6 — we almost forgot about the iPad Air 2! A new report suggests Apple will be upping the RAM ante for their next generation iPad Air, up from 1GB to 2GB. The already powerful iPad Air doesn’t seem like it would need a RAM boost, but with one incoming feature that’s been discussed, it just might need it.

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JetBlue is giving all crew an iPad mini to predict what gin you like

JetBlue is giving all crew an iPad mini to predict what gin you like

JetBlue will give every inflight crewmember an iPad mini to handle payments, figure out if the right people are onboard, and even translate foreign languages, the airline has announced. The 7.9-inch tablets - which JetBlue expects every crewmember to have in their flight bag by April 2015 - will run a custom In-Flight Service Assistant (IfSA) app, which will allow them to more readily sell you tiny bottles of liquor.

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