Apple is reducing the price of the iPad Pro 1TB models by US$200, according to its updated webpages.
Twelve South makes cases for Apple devices, and they were kind enough to send Andrew a BookBook volume 2 for his iPad Pro 11-inch. Here are his thoughts.
Logitech sent Andrew its new Slim Folio Pro keyboard case for the iPad. After using it for about two weeks, here are his thoughts.
Apple recently uploaded six new videos to YouTube focusing on the new iPad Pros, with one called ‘Life on iPad.’
Logitech is coming out with a Slim Folio Pro keyboard case for the iPad Pro 11-inch and iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd gen).
Brydge keyboards for the 2018 iPad Pros are now available to preorder. The 11-inch model is US$149.99 and the 12.9-inch keyboard is US$169.99. The new keyboards offer different viewing modes, like a tablet mode where you fold the keyboard back, and a movie mode that places your iPad at an angle. The keyboards have USB-C connectivity which means you can charge the keyboard from the iPad Pro as you use it. There is also a new snap-on magnetic cover that protects the back of your iPad Pro.
Andrew recently bought an 11-inch iPad Pro. Here’s why he bought one and where it fits into his computing life.
YouTuber JerryRigEverything has taken a rather brutal approach to Apple’s new iPad Pro. In a new video, he tested the 11-inch version’s durability and found that it “doesn’t have any of that structural integrity stuff.” He concluded: “A tablet the size of a piece paper folds like a piece of paper.” It is quite painful to watch the beautiful device just give way, but worth knowing where the weak the points are. (Spoiler alert: they’re right in the middle, by the microphone and Apple Pencil charging dock.)
The new iPad Pro 11-inch contains eight speakers, a lot of silicon and a downgraded battery, according to a teardown conducted by the team at iFixit.
The latest Apple interview is with Anand Shimpi and Phil Schiller who explained the A12X chip.
There’s a new interview out from Design Milk involving Phil Schiller and John Ternus to talk about the iPad Pro design and engineering.
After new devices are released, Apple requires app developers to support the new devices within a certain timeframe.