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iOS 13 is already on 50% of all iPhones, 33% iPads with iPadOS

iOS 13 is already on 50% of all iPhones, 33% iPads with iPadOS

It was off to a rough start but, almost mirroring the phenomenon surrounding any Apple product, iOS 13 has still managed to garner mass appeal. At least that's according to Apple's chart, showing how many of its devices is already running its latest mobile platforms. Yes plural, because Apple is putting iPadOS on its own chart which presents a smaller but still impressive slice. Especially considering how tumultuous the past few weeks have been for iOS users.

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iPad on-screen keyboard could feel like the real thing in the future

iPad on-screen keyboard could feel like the real thing in the future

On-screen keyboards have become a fact of life but that doesn't make them enjoyable to use. That's especially true for tablets that have large screens that would have been more comfortable to use with larger and more spacious keys. Typing on flat glass with nothing but subtle vibrations of the entire screen will always feel unnatural for some people. Apple's newest patent may offer screen typists a reprieve, that is if it ever becomes and actual implementation.

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iFixit iPad 7 teardown is a blast from the past

iFixit iPad 7 teardown is a blast from the past

It's been a big week for iFixit teardowns. First, we saw the company teardown the iPhone 11 after last week's look inside the iPhone 11 Pro. That was followed by a teardown of the Nintendo Switch Lite, but today we're back to looking at Apple devices. iFixit has delivered a new teardown of the iPad 7, and it's probably going to be very familiar to those who own a 6th generation iPad.

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iOS 13.1 released now with bug fixes and iPadOS

iOS 13.1 released now with bug fixes and iPadOS

Today Apple released iOS 13.1 and iPadOS. These updates will bring a few new features to the iPhones on which they're available, and will bring a new user experience to the iPad. This update was originally scheduled to be released on September 30, 2019, then was changed to Tuesday, September 24, also known as today. This update should be release for your device right this minute.

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Update iOS 13.1 and iPadOS release date moved

Update iOS 13.1 and iPadOS release date moved

Apple moved their expected release date of iOS 13.1 from the 30th to the 24th of September. If you take a peek at the first press releases from Apple - and indeed press from around the world - you'll find the date "September 30" quoted for an update to iOS 13.1 for iPhone 11. If you look at Apple documentation for an expected date for the release of iOS 13.1 today, you'll find the release date for iOS 13.1 to be September 24th.

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New iPad Pro leak shows off some familiar camera tech

New iPad Pro leak shows off some familiar camera tech

Apple's newest batch of iPhones haven't even begun shipping out yet, but we're already onto talking about the next releases in Apple's product lineup. A new image featuring a final mockup of the next iPad has leaked out, and while it only shows the back of the device, there's still plenty we can glean from it. It seems, for instance, that the next iPad will have something in common with the iPhone 11 Pro.

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Gwent heads to iOS next month but there’s no good news for Android fans

Gwent heads to iOS next month but there’s no good news for Android fans

Those of you iPhone users who can't get enough of digital card games like Hearthstone will soon have another one to play. CD Projekt Red has revealed that Gwent will be heading to iOS next month. This is a port we knew was coming, as back in March the company said it was targeting an iOS release date for some point in 2019.

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The cheapest refurb iPad from Apple now costs $219

The cheapest refurb iPad from Apple now costs $219

Today Apple revealed a new iPad, one with a 10.2-inch display to replace the previous most-popular model, the original 9.7-inch display-toting iPad. Since the change was made, Apple's given an update to their official Apple Store "Certified Refurbished" collection of devices. Since yesterday, Apple's discounted the 5th and 6th-generation refurbished iPads further discounts, pushing the floor for refurbished iPad prices down to $219 USD.

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iPad 10.2 hands-on: 7th-gen tablet rises to Chromebook challenge

iPad 10.2 hands-on: 7th-gen tablet rises to Chromebook challenge

The cheapest iPad may not seem at first glance like it could be the stand-out product of Apple's big 2019 iPhone event, but it's more important than you might think. Now clocking in at 10.2-inches rather than the old 9.7-inch screen, the new iPad (2019) arguably has a tougher job than an iPhone 11 Pro does.

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New 10.2-inch iPad released today for $329

New 10.2-inch iPad released today for $329

Before today, Apple had an iPad lineup that included 5 unique models. Starting with their next launch, they'll have a sixth. Apple's Greg Jozwiak took to the stage at today's Apple event and spoke about how the 9.7-inch iPad is the most popular iPad in the world. He suggested that the 9.7-inch iPad is the first iPad "60% of people" use. Today Apple revealed a slightly larger device so that those people can ramp up - the 7th-gen iPad.

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Procreate 5 detailed: Photoshop brushes, animation tools, and new UI

Procreate 5 detailed: Photoshop brushes, animation tools, and new UI

Procreate, the popular art and illustration app for iPad, will get a major update to Procreate 5 later this year. The upcoming features for the new version were detailed by the app's creator at Lightbox Expo today. According to the company, users can expect a new, more powerful graphics engine, as well as support for Photoshop brushes.

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Gmail on iPhones, iPads finally lets you block images in emails

Gmail on iPhones, iPads finally lets you block images in emails

iOS isn't Google's preferred mobile platform but, in order to keep users from going outside of its ecosystem, it naturally has to play ball. That doesn't mean, however, that all its mobile apps are created equal and, ironically, sometimes Android apps lag behind their iOS counterparts. Gmail for iOS, however, is different and it has, for years, lacked one important functionality. Fortunately, it has finally caught up and Gmail on your iPhone will no longer automatically load external images unless you say it's OK.

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