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iPad Pros could outdo Samsung with triple camera setup

iPad Pros could outdo Samsung with triple camera setup

Samsung may have kicked off a new tablet trend but Apple will be the one to take it to the next level. The Galaxy Tab S6 launched with what could be the first dual camera system on a tablet but Apple's new iPads could steal the attention away in two months. Not only will the regular iPads gain two cameras on their backs, according to sources the iPad iPad Pros will actually have three sensors. Whether that makes sense or not will largely depend on how Apple will spin the rumored feature.

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iOS 13 Beta 5 prepares iPads and iPhones for more productivity

iOS 13 Beta 5 prepares iPads and iPhones for more productivity

With the launch of iOS 13 and its new sibling, iPadOS 13 getting closer, the number of huge changes introduced in beta releases are also getting smaller. It's more about fine tuning now than making a big splash but that's not to say there aren't any interesting new things to glean from the latest beta. Those small changes are still pretty significant especially for those who use their iPhones and iPads for more than just entertainment and communication.

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It looks like Apple is gearing up for two new iPad releases

It looks like Apple is gearing up for two new iPad releases

It probably won't surprise anyone to hear that Apple has some new iPads in the work. The company is always working on new mobile hardware, whether its iPhones or iPads, so we expect to see new devices in both lines with regularity. Today, certification for two new iPads has surfaced, suggesting that it won't be long before Apple officially reveals them.

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The Brydge keyboard to make your iPad Pro a MacBook is shipping

The Brydge keyboard to make your iPad Pro a MacBook is shipping

With iOS 13 promising to make the iPad Pro even more flexible as a laptop replacement, the arrival of the Brydge Pro keyboards for the tablets probably couldn't have come at a better time. Announced late last year, the keyboard accessories are finally up for order, if you can't do without MacBook-style input for your 11- or 12.9-inch slate.

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iPadOS turned the iPad Pro into a proper computer: what it still needs

iPadOS turned the iPad Pro into a proper computer: what it still needs

With the announcement of iPadOS, one of the biggest question that repeatedly comes up is whether the iPad, specifically the iPad Pro, is finally ready to be that new computer thing that Apple has been advertising. Better yet, is it finally ready to become the primary computer for most people? The answer, as you might have guessed, is a "yes, but". More than that answer to that, however, what the combination of the iPad Pro and the new iPadOS has done is give people fewer reasons to bear with Windows and Android and more reasons to get hooked and locked into Apple's entire ecosystem.

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iOS 13, iPadOS, tvOS 13, macOS Catalina release date and Beta today

iOS 13, iPadOS, tvOS 13, macOS Catalina release date and Beta today

This afternoon some users will gain access to iOS 13, iPadOS, and the newest desktop operating system for Apple computers, macOS Catalina. Those users will all need to have developer accounts with Apple before they attempt any sort of download whatsoever. Once they're ready to roll, they'll need only to head to the developer portal at Apple to collect their software as such.

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Safari just made iOS 13 Google-friendly

Safari just made iOS 13 Google-friendly

In what might be the biggest Android user-aimed feature of the year, Apple just added Google Docs support to Safari. Safari is Apple's web browser for iOS, and it's just been delivered a slew of new features. For those users that've never taken the time to download the Google web browser Chrome, these features might seem new and amazing.

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iPadOS easter egg revealed early at WWDC 2019

iPadOS easter egg revealed early at WWDC 2019

Just before the main keynote address to developers at WWDC 2019, iPadOS was revealed. Or leaked. Either way, iPadOS had not been shown whatsoever before this day, and today it's been made official by documents published by Apple itself. The name iPadOS appeared first in the newest batch of developer downloads in the Apple developer downloads portal.

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Photoshop CC for iPad closed beta opens up applications

Photoshop CC for iPad closed beta opens up applications

Not too long ago, Adobe promised that it would be bringing the full, or at least almost full, powers of Photoshop to Apple's newest computer, the iPad Pro. Given all the bad rap it's getting these days, Adobe could use some good publicity. Perhaps it's just a coincidence, then, that Adobe has opened up the process for getting into its exclusive Photoshop on the iPad beta program. Provided, of course, you can make a case why you should be part of that exclusive club.

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This striking foldable Mac concept imagines Apple’s Marzipan future

This striking foldable Mac concept imagines Apple’s Marzipan future

Apple continues to blur the lines between macOS and iOS, and while there's no foldable touchscreen Mac that runs apps from both platforms quite yet, that just leaves concepts to whet our appetites for such an update. Apple is expected to further detail Marzipan, its project to allow iOS apps to run on macOS computers, at WWDC 2019 this year, opening up the system to third-party developers.

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iOS USB mouse support rumor will make iPad Pro owners go wild

iOS USB mouse support rumor will make iPad Pro owners go wild

Apple has been advertising its iPad Pros from day one as the new generation of computers but not many believed it. Most of those have to do less with the excellent hardware and more with the limitations of the iOS mobile platform. Apple has been slowly working to address those concerns and it might soon be making the last step needed to truly make the iPad Pro a desktop or laptop replacement. It might, in just a few months, finally add mouse support.

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iOS 12.1.3 fixes major Messages, CarPlay, HomePod headaches

iOS 12.1.3 fixes major Messages, CarPlay, HomePod headaches

Apple has just rolled out version 12.1.3 of iOS and while the numbering does suggest it’s just a maintenance update, it’s one that many users might want to apply ASAP. No, it doesn’t add any new feature or activates a hidden one. Instead, it fixes bugs users have been experiencing across almost all of Apple’s products except Macs that have been giving them no small amount of heartache in the past weeks since iOS 12.1.2.

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