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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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Major Apple leak: iPhone Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, new iPads

Major Apple leak: iPhone Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, new iPads

Today there's been a relatively massive leak of Apple products that'll be revealed in the near future. Sources familiar with the situation leaked three new iPhone models including two "Pro" iPhone models (likely iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max) as well as a successor to the iPhone XR. Also in the mix are a new iPad Pro, a low-end iPad, AirPods, a lower-end HomePod, and a MacBook Pro with a 16-inch display. Apple will also release its previously announced Mac Pro and 32-inch XDR Pro Display by the end of this year.

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iPad Pros could outdo Samsung with triple camera setup

iPad Pros could outdo Samsung with triple camera setup

Samsung may have kicked off a new tablet trend but Apple will be the one to take it to the next level. The Galaxy Tab S6 launched with what could be the first dual camera system on a tablet but Apple's new iPads could steal the attention away in two months. Not only will the regular iPads gain two cameras on their backs, according to sources the iPad iPad Pros will actually have three sensors. Whether that makes sense or not will largely depend on how Apple will spin the rumored feature.

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iPad shipments remain strong but Android tablets can still recover

iPad shipments remain strong but Android tablets can still recover

Tablets are dead. That has been the mantra that many in the tech world have been chanting for the past years, along with "PCs are dead". Looking at the general statistics for the entire tablet market, that does seem to be the case. But IDC tablet shipment numbers for the second quarter of the year reveals a peculiarity of the market. Despite the slow and steady decline, Apple's iPads remain strong and have, in fact, grown year over year. There is still a tablet market that's just waiting for a renaissance and Google, Samsung, and friends are in a position to take advantage of the path that Apple forged in advance.

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LG UltraFine 27″ 5K and 24″ 4K Monitors are also made for iPad Pros

LG UltraFine 27″ 5K and 24″ 4K Monitors are also made for iPad Pros

Monitors are often used primarily for desktop and sometimes for laptops. But with the introduction of a USB-C port on the iPad Pros, all of Apple's computing devices save for the iPhones are now directly capable of putting their outputs on an external display. That's why LG is now putting out new UltraFine Displays that are of course usable on any other computer but are advertised specifically for Macs and iPads.

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Apple should go private to save your pocketbook

Apple should go private to save your pocketbook

Apple should transition back to a private company in order to once again create products that change the world. It's been so long since Apple went public, it's difficult to imagine the company as a privately-held entity, but would that the company could make such a transition, it could make a new iPhone-level piece of world-changing tech.

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Your high-end LG TV just got live Apple AirPlay 2 features first

Your high-end LG TV just got live Apple AirPlay 2 features first

This morning LG announced they'd released Apple AirPlay 2 functionality for a range of televisions inside the United States. Those televisions will now be able to work with wireless projection and control with iPhones and iPads of many sorts, thanks to their latest software update. Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit functionality are available right this minute to a selection of LG OLED and NanoCell 4K UHD TVs with ThinkQ AI capability in the USA.

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iOS 13 Beta 5 prepares iPads and iPhones for more productivity

iOS 13 Beta 5 prepares iPads and iPhones for more productivity

With the launch of iOS 13 and its new sibling, iPadOS 13 getting closer, the number of huge changes introduced in beta releases are also getting smaller. It's more about fine tuning now than making a big splash but that's not to say there aren't any interesting new things to glean from the latest beta. Those small changes are still pretty significant especially for those who use their iPhones and iPads for more than just entertainment and communication.

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It looks like Apple is gearing up for two new iPad releases

It looks like Apple is gearing up for two new iPad releases

It probably won't surprise anyone to hear that Apple has some new iPads in the work. The company is always working on new mobile hardware, whether its iPhones or iPads, so we expect to see new devices in both lines with regularity. Today, certification for two new iPads has surfaced, suggesting that it won't be long before Apple officially reveals them.

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Mysterious game Hyper Light Drifter heads to iOS devices today

Mysterious game Hyper Light Drifter heads to iOS devices today

There's no lack of stellar indie games out there, but one of the most popular in recent years has unquestionably been Hyper Light Drifter. Though the game began life as a title for Windows, macOS, and Linux in 2016, it has slowly spread to other platforms, first coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later that same year and the Switch in 2018. Today, the game heads to iOS, adding yet another platform to that growing list.

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Occipital Structure Sensor Mark II: First mobile 3D scanning platform grows up

Occipital Structure Sensor Mark II: First mobile 3D scanning platform grows up

This next generation in mobile 3D scanning hardware was revealed today by the folks at Occipital. They've shown the Occipital Structure Sensor Mark II, a device that's 50% smaller than their previous sensor, with a whole lot more power and precision. This new unit has a new set of custom optics, an onboard IMU, a new depth processing chip, and a new ultra-wide vision camera. All of this rolls with compatibility for iOS devices - with an eye for your iPad, more than likely.

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iOS 12.4 released: Walkie-Talkie back online, plus there’s a surprise

iOS 12.4 released: Walkie-Talkie back online, plus there’s a surprise

Apple has released iOS 12.4, improving iPhone migration as well as re-enabling the Walkie-Talkie app on Apple Watch with watchOS 5.3. The update is available for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch users today, and ends a week of offline functionality for Walkie-Talkie, after it was found to suffer a potential eavesdropping bug.

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