Archive | iPad RSS feed for this section

Supposed Foxconn sketch provides first glimpse of rumored iPad Pro

An iPad Pro render has emerged, shown above, apparently via a source within Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn, according to Nowhereelse.fr. The internal sketch is said to represent the upcoming ~12-inch iPad and gives us what could be our first glimpse of the larger tablet and some of its physical design aspects. According to the report, the source…

2015: What does Apple have in store?

2015 is upon us! While 2014 was an incredibly important year in Apple’s history, we know the company does not plan on slowing down this year. We take a look at everything Apple has in store for 2015 — from the rumors to the dead certs — in order to see what the Apple landscape will look like over the next twelve months. Let’s dive in… Apple…

2014 in Review: The biggest Apple stories of the year

As 2014 draws to a close, it’s a great opportunity to look back at the last twelve months and take stock of the events that unfolded. For Apple, 2014 was an important year. As usual, little happened in the first half of the year in terms of new product announcements, prompting cries of Apple’s impending doom from some, and from WWDC onwards Apple…

iPad Pro mockup video compares physical size to other Apple devices

An iPad with a larger screen has been rumored for quite some time with relatively little evidence to suggest it actually exists (beyond testing phases, anyway). However, that’s not stopped Apple fans from theorizing about the device’s physical dimensions with one YouTuber now going as far as producing a mockup of the iPad Pro and comparing its size to…

Apple releases new “Reservations” and “Gamers” advertisements

As we approach Black Friday and the holiday season, advertisements will be vying for our attention more than usual. Apple has released two new TV advertisements today, titled “Reservations” and “Gamers.” They continue the series of ads featuring Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon. The advertisements follow the signature Apple model of showing the product…