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The TiP Weekly: Apple Pay breakthrough, ‘Masque Attack,’ our jailbreaking guide, much more…

It’s Saturday and that can only mean one thing — it’s time for The TiP Weekly! Tech moves fast and it can be hard to keep up with all of the developments in the mobile industry — especially when Apple is concerned! So, every Saturday, we bring you all of the important stories from the week in Apple tech in an easy to digest format. Think of it…

The best Apple Black Friday deals [Buyer's Guide]

With Black Friday (November 28th) right around the corner, millions of Americans will spend all night shopping for the best deals in technology. Apple products are always a big hit, so here’s a roundup of all the best deals on iPhones, iPads, Macs, accessories, and more, from all of the top retailers. We’ve even included a “schedule” with store opening…

Rumored iPad Pro may not go into production until Q2 2015

iPad Pro concept via MacRumors The oft-rumored iPad Pro, with its 12 or above inch screen, may not enter mass production until the second quarter of 2015, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via MacRumors). Kuo believes that the as-yet-unnanounced iPad Pro will use an oxide panel for a display with “high resolution, quick response, and…

Apple releases iOS 8.1.1 (and Yosemite 10.10.1) beta to developers

Developers, get to downloading. iOS 8.1.1 beta was just released by Apple, a very late-night release compared to usual for the company. The change log seems to consist mainly of bug fixes, and probably places nicely with the Yosemite 10.10.1 beta that was released earlier today as well. Yosemite 10.10.1 is also out for developers, and should appear as…

Rumor: ‘iPad Pro’ to feature 12.2-inch screen, stereo speakers top and bottom, 7mm thinness

We’ve heard numerous rumors surrounding the as-yet-unreleased ‘iPad Pro’ for some time. The mythical larger iPad model which is said to be in the works was recently “pushed back” in the most recent report as Apple focused on catching up with iPhone 6 and 6 Plus demand. Now, a fresh report is coming out of Japanese blog Mac Otakara claiming that the product…

Apple still doesn’t care as much about smaller iPads

Many of you may have noticed, when Apple announced the new iPads a few weeks ago, there was a lot of talk about the iPad mini not getting a “proper” upgrade. Well, that’s completely true. Look at the specs it has, they are the exact same as the iPad mini 2. What’s the big difference? Nothing other than the inclusion of an NFC chip (which is…

iPad Air 2 review roundup: Evolutionary changes in a beautiful package

The embargo lifted last night and tech blogs the world over began publishing their iPad Air 2 reviews. Thoughts on Apple’s newest flagship tablet were generally positive with many praising the new anti-relective screen, the device’s thinner form factor, the inclusion of Touch ID and the speed increase over last year’s model. iPad Air 2 features a profile…

Apple SIM explained: What is it and what does it mean for carriers?

With the launch of the iPad Air 2 yesterday, Apple touted a number of new features and improvements to its flagship tablet. But with all the emphasis on the device’s extreme thinness, Touch ID and Apple Pay inclusion, anti-reflective display and increased processing power, you might have missed something else important: Apple SIM. What is Apple…