Apple has officially announced iOS 11 – a new update for its mobile operating system that brings a tweaked design and smarter features for iPhone and iPad.
Apple has released a brand new 9.7″ iPad model at the center of its tablet range, which replaces the incumbent iPad Air 2 which was released in late 2014.
Apple has reportedly issued the production of a second generation Apple Pencil which could work with forthcoming iPad and iPhone models.
New reports from KGI Securities posit that Apple is working on three new iPad Pro models for debut in the second quarter of 2017.
Apple is reportedly set to introduce a near bezel-less iPad in 2017, which will allegedly be accompanied by two new, smaller models.
A new workaround in the form of the Touch Bar Demo App is allowing iPad users to explore the Touch Bar found on Apple’s new MacBook Pro.
With iOS 10, is there any reason not to update? We dive in to suss out whether the latest batch of improvements to Apple’s OS feels like a leap forward.
Early reports from around the world have indicated that iOS 10 has wiped several users’ iPhones and iPads when installed over-the-air.
Apple is expected to launch iOS 10 today on Tuesday the 13th of September – here are all the new features you can look forward to on your iPad and iPhone!
Apple has confirmed that it will host its annual iPhone event on September 7th; we unpack everything we know about the iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac and more!