The iPad continues to dominate tablet shipments and helped drive growth in the overall tablet market during the last quarter.
There are now various different versions of the iPad, each coming in different sizes, colors and with different storage capacities.
How does the Brydge Pro+ trackpad hold up after the company released an app to update the firmware continually? Andrew finds out.
Last week iFixit posted an X-ray examination of the iPad Pro Magic Keyboard. Today the company revealed the inner workings of the trackpad.
The folks at iFixit examined the iPad Pro Magic Keyboard with X-rays. It looks cool and shows the product’s complexity.
What makes this the Magic Keyboard instead of a Smart Keyboard? Scissor switches, which proved much smarter than butterfly switches over (too) many years. This is the least complicated thing we can see on the Magic Keyboard, and it’s probably the biggest improvement.
I think this looks great. Right now I’m not sure if I’ll get the Magic Keyboard or not. Brydge plans to send me their keyboard accessory. However, I’m definitely a fan of how thin the Smart Keyboard is, and it looks like the Magic Keyboard shares that trait.
Along with the iPhone SE announcement, Apple also said that the iPad Pro Magic Keyboard is available to order today.
MacBooks with a T2 Security Chip have their microphones disabled when the lid is closed. Now the iPad Pro 2020 models have the same feature.
With more people working at home these days, it’s essential to have an affordable, high-quality, secure, and reasonably powerful computer. Apple’s new MacBook Air fills the bill.
Apple released ARKit 3.5 today that can take advantage of the iPad Pro 2020’s LiDAR scanner to improve the realism of AR objects.
The U1 chip wasn’t mentioned at all in Apple’s press release of the iPad Pro 2020. But iPadOS 13.4 code suggests its existence.