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iPad mini 4 slims Apple’s smallest tablet even more

iPad mini 4 slims Apple’s smallest tablet even more

Apple has updated its smallest tablet, introducing the iPad mini 4. Now just 0.65 pounds, the smaller, lighter version of the iOS slate played a quiet second-fiddle to the much larger iPad Pro, but comes in at a much lower price, catering for those who don't want the professional-style support for Apple Pencil.

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iPad Pro pricing and release details: starting this November

iPad Pro pricing and release details: starting this November

This November the iPad Pro will be made available for the first time in Apple Stores across the United States. The iPad Pro will come in three iterations, starting with 32GB internal storage, ramping up to 128GB of internal storage with Wi-Fi only, and ending up with a 128GB version with Wi-FI and Cellular data. These devices begin at $799 and end at $1079, sans the accessories. The Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard will be sold separately.

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iPad Pro keyboard case brings QWERTY to big Apple tablet

iPad Pro keyboard case brings QWERTY to big Apple tablet

This morning Apple revealed the iPad Pro, and along with it, a keyboard case that folds over its front. This device has a physical keyboard that's very thin, able to fold out and hold the iPad Pro up as it sits down on the surface of your desk, flat. Apple suggests that this keyboard is made with a "woven fabric" to create the structure of its keys, and that it'll work with the iPad Pro's "Smart Connector."

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Apple Pencil for iPad Pro revealed: The stylus’ time has come

Apple Pencil for iPad Pro revealed: The stylus’ time has come

Apple's iPad Pro is bringing a stylus accessory with it, Apple Pencil, the company's official pen for the tablet. Recharging from a Lightning port - with a plug on the very end of the Pencil itself - the digital stylus opens the door to artwork, digital graphics, handwriting, and more.

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This is the iPad Pro – a 12.9-inch iOS 9 tablet

This is the iPad Pro – a 12.9-inch iOS 9 tablet

Apple has officially announced the iPad Pro, the company's latest iOS tablet, with a 12.9-inch multitouch display. Billed as "the biggest news in iPad since iPad" by Apple CEO Tim Cook, the new tablet is "the biggest and most capable iPad we've ever created."

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Apple iPhone 6s event could be the largest in company history

Apple iPhone 6s event could be the largest in company history

Rumors of devices that could be shown at Apple's event tomorrow are adding up to one massive undergoing for the company. If indeed we DO see more than just the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple will have changed the script they've set for themselves over the past several years. While this event is traditionally only the place where we learn about new operating system features in iOS as well as the new "s" devices, tomorrow's event could also play host to smart home upgrades via Apple TV (a new Apple TV), as well as new iPads and Apple Watch accessories.

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iPad Pro might be late, stylus, keyboard sold separately

iPad Pro might be late, stylus, keyboard sold separately

We're just counting days, nay hours even, before Apple takes to the stage this week. And while many eyes are on the iPhone 6s and the Apple TV, which will hopefully make a grand entrance this time, there is definitely a lot of room left for the big iPad Pro. So much room, in fact, that we're still hearing last minute details about Apple's stylus-enabled and largest tablet ever. And it's a sort of good news, bad news deal, with some of the information proving a bit disappointing.

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DxO’s snap-on iPhone camera shows us its 20MP potential

DxO’s snap-on iPhone camera shows us its 20MP potential

Today we've had the opportunity to take a hands-on look at the DxO One, a camera that attaches itself to iPhones and iPads. This device connects with Apple's own lighting port, using the iPhone (or iPad) as a view screen. The DxO One then takes the photos itself using the iPhone as a controller. This little accessory appears to be high-quality enough to be a viable addition to our accessory collections right off the bat.

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Google Street View app makes spherical photos useful

Google Street View app makes spherical photos useful

Several years ago Google introduced their own take on spherical photo capture in Android. They pushed this functionality to Street View, their own real-world-capture system for Google Maps. Now they've made it accessible and user-friendly for all people with mobile devices with a new Street View app from Google Maps. This app allows you to capture, share, and view your own spherical photos in as simple a way as has ever been delivered on a mobile device.

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BB-8 by Sphero Review: the best Star Wars toy ever made

BB-8 by Sphero Review: the best Star Wars toy ever made

The "BB-8 by Sphero" is a robot toy that combines the high-tech remote-control spherical fun of the original Sphero with the life force of the newest droid hero from Star Wars. This is the "ball droid" you've likely seen in the first, second, and/or third teaser trailer video for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This device incorporates remote control with a smartphone, augmented reality, and the ability to roll around and act entirely autonomously all around your house, recording data and exploring your hallways as he does so.

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iPad Pro tipped to debut at Apple’s September 9 event

iPad Pro tipped to debut at Apple’s September 9 event

Late last month, Apple confirmed its big event taking place on September 9 in San Francisco, and word has it the company will be debuting its new iPad Pro slate at said event, as well as a new iPad Mini model. The iPad Pro has been the source of rumors for a while, and will reportedly be hitting shelves this coming November, with pre-orders being planned for the end of October. Likewise, the iPad mini 4 will be an improvement over the current iPad mini model in multiple ways.

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“KeyRaider” iOS malware has stolen 225,00 Apple accounts

“KeyRaider” iOS malware has stolen 225,00 Apple accounts

It's not everyday that you hear about malware on iOS, so when the news does hit, it hits hard. And while there are mitigating factors that prevent this malware from being spread too far, it's effects could actually affect even innocent iPhone and iPad users. Nicknamed "KeyRaider", this new family of iOS malware has been able to harvest more than 200,000 valid Apple accounts. Their purpose? To be able to install apps from the App Store without paying a dime. Of course at the expense of those whose accounts have been compromised.

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