Bro, do you even iPad? We do, and we’ve got the newest 9.7” iPad Pro in pictures, together with its iPad bros.
For example, do you know that there's no barometer on the iPhone SE?
Apple’s most powerful 4-inch smartphone and smaller iPad Pro is now on sale. Here’s why you should care.
Apple has recently announced their newest iPad, and instead of calling it the iPad Air 3, has named it the iPad Pro. Together with the new iPad Pro, Apple has also slashed the prices of the iPad Air 2 by S$120. Is that a deal? It depends.
Kindles that are not updated by 22 March 2016 will be locked out Kindle services, including its e-book store and its cloud storage.
In case you missed it, Apple has just reintroduced a 4-inch iPhone called iPhone SE, and a smaller but somewhat better iPad Pro. A lot of other things have happened too since March 22, and if you need to catch up, you've come to the right place.
Apple has confirmed that there is a bricking bug in the iOS 9.3 update that affects older generations of iPads and iPhones.
Digitimes Research estimates that Apple will ship 4 million units of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro in the first half of this year. Read on to find out how the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 may fare.
While the 21 March Apple keynote event did not specify the RAM size of the new Apple devices, units of the phone and tablet given to reviewers are sporting 2GB RAM.
The new iPad Pro has a 9.7-inch wide-color Retina display, and carries several features found on its bigger sibling, including a 64-bit A9X chip, a 4-speaker system, and Apple Pencil support.