The weekend is here, so it's time to kick back, relax, and check out these killer deals on tablets and laptops from Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. (If binge-watching the entire season of Netflix's new Haunting of Hill House from bed is on the top of your to-do list, then a new laptop or tablet is what you need.)
If you're super brand loyal, there are plenty of Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tabs to choose from. Shop the for $434.99 or the for $854.80.
You'll also find plenty of Dell laptops on sale, too. These range from the affordable for $271.90, which is perfect for the office or classroom, all the way to the for $1602.03, in case you need a little extra power. Read more...
As if this month wasn't already jam-packed with new product announcements from every tech company under the sun, Apple just sent out invitations for an event on Oct. 30 where it willl likely announce updated iPad Pros with Face ID support and possibly that rumored 13-inch MacBook we've heard so much about.
Oddly enough, the event will take place in New York City at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. (Apple's events, especially the ones that debut new hardware, are typically in California.)
Last refreshed in 2017, Apple's iPad Pros are due for an update. Reports suggest the new iPad will sport thinner bezels (mostly reduced top and bottom bezels), support Face ID in both portrait and landscape, and ditch the Lightning port for USB-C (yes, really). Read more...
This week, on Technically Speaking: Jake Krol and Matt Binder discuss the latest tech headlines, including Techtober, Photoshop coming to the iPad, and Netflix accounting for 15% of the internet's data. Read more...
There's not a lot we don't know about Apple's upcoming iPad Pros, thanks to numerous reports we've seen over the past few months. The new tablets are likely to have thinner bezels, no home button, Face ID support, and USB-C instead of a Lightning port.
But a new report by Guilherme Rambo over at 9to5Mac reveals a couple of new, interesting details on how these new features will work.
Apple issued a critical update to iOS 12 today that fixes several bugs plaguing iPhone XS and XS Max devices since their initial release.
The new version — iOS 12.0.1 — is available for download right now, and if you don't receive a push notification prompting you to download it, you can force your device to by navigating to Settings > General > Software Update.
A new, previously unannounced iOS 12 feature is causing major headaches for some Apple users.
The feature, which Forbes points out was left off the official iOS 12 features list, was intended to merge chats you had with iOS device users who have multiple phone numbers and emails. A popular example of this is if you have multiple chat threads with a friend from work based on their personal number and work email.
What if I told you that ultra-precise text editing and selection is not only possible, but easy, on all Apple gadgets running iOS 12?
If you, like me, have been struggling to edit that typo in a slab of text you just wrote on your iPhone on iPad, you may have missed a feature that lets you turn your keyboard into a trackpad and move the cursor around your text with perfect precision.
This feature has so far only been available for 3D Touch devices (i.e. newer iPhones) and on iPads (but with a different, clumsier implementation), but iOS 12 changed all that. Read on.
Happy Friday! With the weekend now here (#weekendgoals), we rounded up the best deals from across the internet on kitchenware, headphones, and other electronics like tablets and routers. We also gathered deals on new Amazon devices, Udemy online classes, and deep discounts only found at Target.
It may be Thursday, but we got #weekendvibes. We're gathering all the best deals from across the internet on the products you want, like computers, laptops, tablets, and kitchen gear. We also have deals on Amazon smart devices, Udemy online classes, and exclusive discounts at Target.
Hump day deals are coming in hot. We've rounded up the best deals from across the internet on laptops and kitchen gear. We also gathered deals on Amazon video streaming and home security devices, Udemy online classes, and discounts and sales you can only find at Target.
If you're looking for Apple products today is your dayWalmart has the Apple MacBook Air on sale for just $519.99. The retailer also has the iPad Mini 4 on sale for $299.99, which is $100 off its list price, while the iPad Air 2 is going for just $379.99, or nearly $250 off. Read more...
There are no details as to what this new iPad might be like. But fall likely means October (November is also a possibility, but Apple historically held two iPad events in October and none in November), so at least we sort-of know when it's coming.
As for what's coming, nothing's official yet, but there have been plenty of rumors describing a new iPad Pro with Face ID and no home button (check out the renders below). Read more...
Until yesterday, I was thinking of turning my old iPad mini 2 into a digital photo frame. The tablet worked, but it was painfully slow. Launching an app always had an unacceptable lag, and any serious multitasking was near-impossible.
Then I updated it from iOS 11 to iOS 12, and suddenly the little guy was nearly as good as new.
I did not expect this, despite Apple's claims that iOS 12 increases performance on its devices. The company says the same thing for every major release, but the differences have historically been negligible. In some cases, the iPad got slower after updating — but not this time. Read more...
New iPhones and Apple Watches weren't the best part of Apple's Sept. 2018 event.
The arrival of iOS 12 for countless numbers of iPhones and iPads is a real win-win for all users. Especially with consumers who have older iPhones, as this year's big update brings performance improvements across the board.
Apple will begin seeding iOS 12 on Monday, Sept. 17 for all eligible devices. You can upgrade your iOS device via an over-the-air update or through iTunes on a Mac or PC. But we're here to guide you through the process and most importantly to remind you to back up beforehand. Read more...
The latest iOS hack won't steal your data, but it will annoy you.
Fifteen short lines of code on a webpage can restart your iPhone or iPad. Alternatively, visiting it on a Mac can cause the Safari window to freeze.
As reported by TechCrunch, this exploit can easily be transmitted and sent to unsuspecting iOS users. Since it's a short snippet of code, it can hide on almost any webpage. It will restart your device by actually enabling a fail-safe that is built into iOS.
The code tries to use all available resources, which results in a kernel panic. In response, the iPhone will then power cycle off and power cycle on to prevent any damage. Read more...
With the weekend here (thank goodness), we rounded up the best deals from across the internet on computers and kitchenware. We also gathered amazing discounts on Amazon devices, Udemy online classes, and sales only found at Target.