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Amazon GameOn clip recording app arrives on iOS App Store

Amazon GameOn clip recording app arrives on iOS App Store

Mobile gaming is a big and lucrative industry these days but few have tried to grow it beyond just the act of gaming. Social platforms around games exist on consoles and PCs but the very few that try to bring that on mobile mostly revolve around live streaming games only, something that only more hardcore gamers and personalities are keen on doing. Amazon is aiming to make that social aspect of gaming more accessible to everyone with its new GameOn platform that has finally arrived on iPhones and iPads months after it launched.

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iPad Pro processor rumored to be on par with Apple M1

iPad Pro processor rumored to be on par with Apple M1

Apple has so far enjoyed great success with its own silicon. Even before the Apple Silicon and its first M1 iteration, Apple's A chips have been running circles around their Qualcomm rivals, at least in some benchmarks. With the Apple M1 for Macs, Apple took it to the next level but it definitely won't be stopping there. Apple might be launching the new iPad Pros really soon and at least one industry analyst claims that it could rival even the M1 Mac in terms of processor performance.

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Apple event tipped for March 16: Here’s what could be inside

Apple event tipped for March 16: Here’s what could be inside

The next Apple event was tipped to take place approximately one month from now, on March 16, 2021. At this event, we'll likely see the next iPad, the next iPad Mini, AirTags, and an expansion of what Apple Card will be able to accomplish.* This latest lineup tip suggests that the most extravagant device will be the iPad, modifying previously most-recent rumors that suggested that the most powerful device in the lineup will be the iPad Pro.

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Matterport is now the newest iPhone and iPad’s most awesome 3D app

Matterport is now the newest iPhone and iPad’s most awesome 3D app

The folks at Matterport revealed a relatively major update this week, specifically for iPhone 12 Pro and iPad Pro 2020. This update adds improved dimensional accuracy with LiDAR for those two devices. This means that the 3D sensor at the back of the device - that sensor you're usually not thinking about more than once in a blue moon - will be used to capture and create some of the most awesome media you've ever had the opportunity to share.

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Epic Games takes Apple legal battle to Europe

Epic Games takes Apple legal battle to Europe

Epic Games has opened legal cases against Apple in the USA, the UK, Australia, and now the European Union. Epic's cases suggest that Apple's business is anticompetitive and monopolistic. They've suggested that Apple should allow Epic Games to launch their own Epic Games store on iOS devices, and that they should be allowed to initiate direct in-app payments in games like Fortnite.

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Microsoft Office app for iPad released at last

Microsoft Office app for iPad released at last

There's a newly fully-functional Microsoft Office app available now for Apple's iPad. This app isn't free - it's part of Microsoft's Office subscription program(s). The least expensive option for acquiring functionality from this newly updated Microsoft Office app is approximately $6.99 per month. If you're looking for an app that's different from the iPhone version of the app, don't - It's listed under the same title.

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The first new iPad of the year tipped for March

The first new iPad of the year tipped for March

The first new iPad of the year is expected to be revealed in March of 2021. It's been suggested that the first new iPad will be a 2021 iPad Pro refresh, and that it'll be released right alongside the long-awaited wireless tracking accessory Apple AirTags. The iPad Pro 2021 will likely look a whole lot like the otherwise most-recent iPad release, giving it flat edges and a rounded-corner square for a camera housing.

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Lenovo led the pack as tablet and Chromebooks sales blow out tail end of 2020

Lenovo led the pack as tablet and Chromebooks sales blow out tail end of 2020

It would seem that the shifting state of the world through the course of events that was 2020 made a big impact on sales of Chromebooks and tablets at the tail end of the year. Canalys records of device shipments showed Q4 as the third consecutive quarter of annual growth for the global PC market. The global PC market saw 143.7 million units shipped in Q4, a whopping 35% growth VS the same period the year before.

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You need to update your iPhone to iOS 14.4 right now – Here’s why

You need to update your iPhone to iOS 14.4 right now – Here’s why

This week iOS 14.4 and iPad 14.4 updates were released for the masses, and you NEED to download one or both. If you're looking at your iPhone or iPad right now, head into settings, scroll down to GENERAL, tap General, find Software Update and tap that, then update your software. You'll likely see iOS 14.4 available for "Download and Install" if you don't already have your device set for automatic updates.

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iOS 15 might finally drop iPhone 6s, iPhone SE (2016)

iOS 15 might finally drop iPhone 6s, iPhone SE (2016)

Apple is known and highly-praised for its commitment to support years-old smartphones, tablets, and computers, something that, unfortunately, hasn't caught on in the Android world. Even Apple, however, sometimes has to eventually cut off some older devices, though still not as fast or as often as even Google. Soon, that culling period might be happening again this year with the release of iOS 15 which may no longer support devices that are more than five years old by the time it rolls out.

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iPad Mini 6 leak sounds almost too good to be true

iPad Mini 6 leak sounds almost too good to be true

While Apple continues to push the iPads as the next generation of computers, that rhetoric really only applies to its iPad Pro line. The lines between its various iPads, however, have started to blur, especially with the addition of Apple Pencil support all the way down to the bottom. The iPad Mini, however, still remains Apple's simplest and most affordable entry point, making these details about the alleged iPad Mini 6 sound more like a wishlist.

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JingOS Linux release this month, looks a lot like iPadOS

JingOS Linux release this month, looks a lot like iPadOS

A new operating system called JingOS was released with a look a lot like an iPad. With JingOS, users are able to run apps, access device features, and navigate with relative ease. This new operating system is just about the most sleek Linux distribution we've seen in recent memory, and it'll be available to the public on January 31, 2021.

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