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iPad mini-LED leaks begin anew with 2020 photos

iPad mini-LED leaks begin anew with 2020 photos

Today we're looking at a couple of mini-LED leaks for the newest iPad set for 2020. This new iPad - or collection of iPads - will reportedly work with a new sort of LCD panel. While in the past, you'd safely assume that an OLED panel was "better" than an LCD panel, the new mini-LED tech allows LCD panels to shine far, far brighter than competing OLED panel setups.

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New AirPods, iPod Touch, iPad “X Generation” appear in Target database

New AirPods, iPod Touch, iPad “X Generation” appear in Target database

Android phone makers aren't the only ones scrambling to push through with their plans and events despite the delays and cancellations incurred by the COVID-19 outbreak. Even Apple, who has so far managed to steer clear of that situation, maybe looking at problems down the line. The show must go on, however, and analysts expect Apple to push through with planned product launches next month. That seems to be confirmed by a few leaks coming from Target's inventory system, revealing some interesting and puzzling details about the company's next line of products.

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iPhone update: Everything new in Apple’s latest iOS and iPadOS

iPhone update: Everything new in Apple’s latest iOS and iPadOS

This week iOS 13.4 Beta 2 was released - mainly for developers - with a set of new features for future public consumption. This is a Beta 2 release, mind you - part of a bigger release that'll go live in the Spring for all users. Today's update includes feature changes for both iOS for iPhone and iPad as well as iPadOS, though the iPadOS update is called iPadOS 13.4 Beta 2 (not iOS any longer). It all begins in the TV app - which appears to be making accommodations for the oncoming deluge of 5G data speed and big bandwidth.

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Microsoft Office app reunified in major update: And why it’s my new default

Microsoft Office app reunified in major update: And why it’s my new default

Five years ago, Microsoft suggested we "try the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps", as the lot replaced the "Office Mobile" app. This week, Microsoft decided they were better off pushing those apps back into a single app, now re-named "Office." If you never deleted the Office Mobile app from your phone back then, all you need to do now is hit the update button. Easy as pie!

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Adobe just gave Photoshop for iPad another huge desktop feature

Adobe just gave Photoshop for iPad another huge desktop feature

Adobe's Photoshop for iPad and desktop is getting a big update, timed to coincide with the software's 30th birthday. The newly-fettled software sees Adobe bring a new smart select feature to its tablet version, while the desktop version of Photoshop makes improvements to Lens Blur and Content-Aware Fill.

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12-inch iPad Pro with 3D ToF sensor still coming next month

12-inch iPad Pro with 3D ToF sensor still coming next month

Apple has just publicly admitted that the novel coronavirus outbreak will indeed have adverse effects on its upcoming products, warning investors of supply shortages and missing earlier guidance targets. It's not all doom and gloom though, despite the somewhat muted atmosphere, and Apple is still expected to push through with product launches despite potential supply problems. Apparently, that includes even a new iPad Pro that may launch next month, perhaps alongside the cheaper iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2.

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Stadia update adds Samsung Galaxy S8 up to S20, iOS Beta incoming

Stadia update adds Samsung Galaxy S8 up to S20, iOS Beta incoming

Samsung Galaxy S20 headed up the line of devices added to Stadia functionality in an update released this week. Starting February 20th, a wider variety of Android smartphones will be able to play Stadia with the Stadia app. This includes the ASUS ROG Phone 1, ASUS ROG Phone 2, Razer Phone, Razer Phone 2, and a variety of other Samsung smartphones.

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Instagram CEO says it’s too busy to make an iPad app

Instagram CEO says it’s too busy to make an iPad app

The majority of popular mobile apps, especially on iOS, started out as iPhone apps. Over time, the popularity of the iPad has encouraged many to adopt the large-screen format. Advances in both software and hardware have given us split-screen windows, dual-screen phones, and foldable tablets whose bigger real estate apps will be able to take advantage of. All throughout, however, Instagram remains one of the few high-profile apps that forces its own users into a smartphone layout and its CEO just explained why.

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AR Quick Look update tips next moves for iPhone Pro

AR Quick Look update tips next moves for iPhone Pro

The near-future for the iPhone has a definite AR component to it - much as expected starting several years ago. The update for what Apple calls "Quick Look" in Augmented Reality has finally reached a point at which the placing of objects in the mixed-reality world can be pushed into a purchase. Before now, people were a bit more disconnected from the experience. Now you can see an object on your phone, place it in your world, and immediately tap a BUY button from there.

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iPad Pro 5G release date may join iPhone 11 this October

iPad Pro 5G release date may join iPhone 11 this October

Reports from Taiwan today suggest that the iPhone 5G in late 2020 may be beaten to the punch by an iPad Pro. The 5G-capable modem hardware that'll be included in this next-generation iPad is not yet known. It may be similar to what's predicted for the next-generation iPhone, that being the rumored 5nm-based A14 chips paired with Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 modems. That'll supply the next iPhone set with all the 5G your heart could desire, regardless of carrier here in the USA.

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Project xCloud Limited iOS TestFlight released: first-come, first-served

Project xCloud Limited iOS TestFlight released: first-come, first-served

Today a preview of Microsoft's Xbox-centric cloud gaming platform Project xCloud was released with a limited iOS TestFlight program. This system has been in play in testing for some time - now it's about to be made semi-public. This is different from the testing platform on Android, due in part to "App Store policies", as suggested by Major Nelson at Microsoft. This system will appear starting today.

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Butter Royale food fight game launches on Apple Arcade

Butter Royale food fight game launches on Apple Arcade

Do you like the spirit of battle royale games but can't quite get into the highly competitive titles like Fortnite and Apex Legends? That's where a new Apple Arcade game called Butter Royale comes in. The mobile game tasks players with competing to be the last one standing, but the gameplay is fundamentally different from other battle royale games.

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