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iPads lead the tablet renaissance amidst the pandemic

iPads lead the tablet renaissance amidst the pandemic

Not too long ago, many pundits have declared tablets to be dead. Not only did they fail to account for the unwavering strength of Apple's iPads, especially the new breed of iPad Pros, they also never saw the COVID-19 coronavirus coming. Both factors have now contributed to a surge in tablet shipments across the world in the second quarter of the year, with the iPads leading the fray and almost giving credence to Apple's hype about these slates being the next computers.

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Apple net sales grow for all product categories: iPhone, Mac, iPad, Services

Apple net sales grow for all product categories: iPhone, Mac, iPad, Services

Today Apple announced that they'd had some significant success over the past three months with sales of... basically everything. They had net sales growth (compared to the same period last year) for every one of their product categories. That includes iPhone, Mac, iPad, Services, and the collective category "Wearables, Home and Accessories."

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Apple reports record Q3 2020 revenue numbers despite pandemic

Apple reports record Q3 2020 revenue numbers despite pandemic

Apple has announced its third-quarter financial results for the 2020 fiscal year, revealing multiple new June quarter records for the company. Sales of Apple's most popular consumer devices were up across the board, with Apple ultimately saying that it experienced double-digit growth across its Products and Services segments. The financial quarter ended on June 27, 2020.

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Adobe Photoshop for iPad gets a key feature from desktop version

Adobe Photoshop for iPad gets a key feature from desktop version

Months after its iconic photo-editing software finally launched on Apple's iPad, Adobe is updating the app with a few key features from the desktop version of the software. Photoshop on iPad was criticized at its initial launch over what users felt was an excessively basic experience, one that Adobe said would be updated and refined with additional features over time.

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Logitech Folio Touch keyboard case turns iPad Pro into ultra-slim laptop

Logitech Folio Touch keyboard case turns iPad Pro into ultra-slim laptop

Logitech has introduced its new Folio Touch, a flexible folio keyboard case with a built-in keyboard for use with the first and second-generation iPad Pro 11-inch model. The folio cover features a kickstand-like stabilizer to hold up the tablet, as well as a trackpad that utilizes the latest and greatest iPadOS feature. The case is a cheaper alternative to Apple's Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro.

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Apple iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 public beta open for downloads

Apple iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 public beta open for downloads

Apple has released the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 public betas, giving eager iPhone and iPad owners an early taste of the latest software. While Apple isn't planning to launch the final versions until the fall, its public beta program offers the cutting-edge a few months before that - albeit with the proviso that not everything may work exactly as intended.

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iPad Mini and bigger iPad tipped with faster chargers

iPad Mini and bigger iPad tipped with faster chargers

New versions of the longest lasting tablet brand in the world are rumored to appear in stores in the near future. As noted by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple's likely set to release a new 10.8-inch iPad in the second half of the year 2020. That'd be anywhere from June to December - and more likely earlier than later. It's not yet known if this will be an "iPad Air" model or not. It's possible this would be a replacement for the current 10.2-inch iPad (no Air, Mini, or Pro).

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Incognito mode added to Google App for iOS: Maps, YouTube soon

Incognito mode added to Google App for iOS: Maps, YouTube soon

Google's spreading the Incognito Mode experience across more apps than just Chrome in the near future. Today's expansion is for the Google App (aka the Google Search app) for iOS devices. The Google App for your iPhone or iPad now has an Incognito mode via your profile picture. Just press that picture and hold it down for a little bit - it'll give you a fancy set of glasses and mysterious hat, just like a real incognito individual!

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Next iPad Pros might feature LG mini-LED displays

Next iPad Pros might feature LG mini-LED displays

TV screen technologies are coming to mobile computers in more ways than one. Last year saw Samsung's launch of the first QLED screen on a laptop and this year might see the first mini-LED display on a tablet. That will come via Apple's new iPad Pros that are expected to debut later this year, utilizing LG's expertise and resources to upgrade what is already touted to be one of the finest tablets screens in the market.

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iPadOS 14 update: Apple accepts size, power, and 3rd-party defaults

iPadOS 14 update: Apple accepts size, power, and 3rd-party defaults

At WWDC 2020, Apple revealed several big updates to the way iPad operates with iPadOS 14. This new system makes a whole lot of use out of "sidebars" as it were. There'll also be a singular Search bar where users can search apps, data on the iPad, and the web. There'll also be "Scribble", a system that'll turn handwritten text into typed text.

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iOS 14: App Library, homescreen widgets, and Picture-in-Picture

iOS 14: App Library, homescreen widgets, and Picture-in-Picture

Apple revealed several relatively major changes to the way users will see iOS on their iPhone and iPad in the very near future with iOS 14. The iPhone will see these changes first - Apple showed examples of new functionality with an iPhone screen on stage at WWDC 2020 here on June 22, 2020. Big changes start with "App Library" - a new way to see all of your apps, all at once, in folders.

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Looted iPhones show this message after Apple Store theft

Looted iPhones show this message after Apple Store theft

Apple Stores were among those looted in during protests of police brutality and calls for justice for the murder of George Floyd and other black citizens by police forces across the United States. A number of iPhone devices were stolen by individuals that took advantage of the situation to turn peaceful protests into violent riots. Individuals that decided to loot iPhone units from Apple Stores found themselves on the wrong end of a tracked, disabled piece of hardware.

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