We've sorted through thousands of sales at Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Macy's to bring you this list. So if you're looking for the best kitchen products and electronics, we have deals that are too good to pass up. We also have deals on Udemy online courses for web development and design.
Over the last couple of years, Apple has been pushing the iPad as a full-fledged laptop replacement — especially since the introduction of the iPad Pro.
Well, now you can take that a step further. Accessory maker Brydge has announced new keyboards for the latest home button-less iPad Pro, and by the looks of them, they really do turn Apple's tablet into a touchscreen-equipped laptop.
Details about the new keyboards (or even high-resolution photos) are absent. All we know is that they'll be shipping in "early 2019."
We hope you have your holiday shopping game face on because the details today are pretty excellent. We're rounding up the best deals from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Macy's on Apple products, laptops and accessories, kitchen appliances, and even Amazon's own devices. (Seriously, Amazon has when it comes to putting stuff on sale.) We're also highlighting deals on Udemy online classes in case you feel inspired to learn a little something.
Every day brings us just a little closer to Black Friday, and that means bigger and better deals. If you're looking to snag a new laptop or tablet — either as a gift or for yourself — Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon, and the Dell Store have plenty of choose from this week.
The is available for $77.99, if you need something small and simple to binge-watch Netflix from your bed. If you're looking for something more powerful, the is $499.99 and can be useful tablet for the traveling professional.
Got a case of the Mondays? Nothing a little online shopping can't fix.
We've rounded up the best deals from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Macy's on laptops and computer accessories, small kitchen appliances, and Amazon devices for video streaming and home security. There are also some amazing deals on adult learning courses from Udemy in case you're feeling inspired to learn something.
The newest and most expensive Apple tablet is finally here and it got a big makeover (both inside and out). Check out our video review, and read the full, in-depth review of the brand-new iPad Pro here. Read more...
Apple slimmed down the bezels and killed the home button. Now, each iPad Pro uses a TrueDepth camera to unlock with Face ID, just like the iPhone XS, and are equipped with the new A12X Bionic Chip. They're pretty impressive — but should you buy one if you just bought an iPad last year?
Here's how the new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro stacks up against the previous generation. Read more...
What if we told you it was possible to snag an iPad or MacBook at Black Friday-worthy prices (without fighting anyone at Best Buy)? If your response to that statement is the emotional equivalent of the side-eye emoji, we can't really blame you — but guess what? It's a thing, and it's happening right now in the Mashable Shop with a handful of refurbished Apple products.
Without further adieu, check out these stellar deals on three of Apple's finest gadgets:
Please stop and read this before you drop $1,299 on the latest 13.9-inch MacBook Pro. This 2012 model, listed in excellent condition, comes with a Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM that can run multiple apps and tabs, a 500GB hard drive, and Intel Turbo Boost Technology for extra energy efficiency. Plus, it's equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 technology so you can wirelessly transfer files between devices. Apple typically sells Continue reading "Get the MacBook Pro and iPad (both refurbished) on sale this weekend"
Hey, remember two months ago when we let everyone know that the iPad Mini 4 was $100 off at Walmart? And remember when that deal was so good that it sold out ASAP and was chilling with an "Out of stock" notice for weeks?
To anyone in the online shopping business (oh hey, that's us), Nov. 1 is the unofficial start of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday/holiday sales season. This is when retailers really start to kick things up a notch in terms of deals, offering deeper discounts than they would at other times of the year.
Today's best deals include floor care products, laptops and tablets, computer monitors, and Amazon devices. We also have deals on CBD oil for better relaxation, as well as web design and coding online courses from Udemy.
At yesterday's iPad event, despite a late-hour rumor to the contrary, Apple didn't announce a new iPad mini.
But the company didn't kill it, either. The 3-year old iPad mini 4 even got a mention from Tim Cook, which sounds minor but it's important for a company that obsesses over details.
This means that the iPad mini is still in the game, and that there's still a chance for Apple to give it an update down the road. And a Home button-less iPad mini with Face ID, tiny bezels and updated internals could very well become the best iPad Apple has ever created.
Apple released iOS 12.1 in addition to announcing the new home button-less iPad Pro, a Mac mini, and a refreshed MacBook Air. While this isn't an entirely new iOS, it's an important update that delivers promised features that the initial version of iOS 12 missed, as well as some much-needed performance improvements.
It’s getting even more expensive to use Apple products.
At Tuesday’s Apple event in Brooklyn, the Cupertino-based tech giant unveiled the next generation of the iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini. Each updated device is more powerful than ever, with multiple add-on options that further enhance performance. Of course, those higher-end features come at a price. And Apple’s base pricing for the entry-level version of each of its products is rising, too.
Take the . This generation of Apple’s flagship tablet is faster, thinner, and has more screen space than ever. The most affordable model, the new 11-inch iPad Pro, starts at $799. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro comes in at $999. Not bad for tablets that Apple puts up against competitors’ full-fledged laptops. But if you take a look at the base pricing of the previous Continue reading "Apple is slowly squeezing even more out of customers"
The last time I was this excited about an iPad was when Apple released the iPad Air 2. Each iteration since then, including the original iPad Pro, has been iterative. The iPad Pro's screen has grown over the years, but this is the first time the hardware (inside and outside) has changed so drastically, the tablet feels entirely new again.
This is the iPad's redefining moment, ushering in new a design and features that set it up for building upon for the next decade.
It's only been a month, and Apple is already releasing more hardware. This time the company held a special media event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where it showed off new iPads, MacBooks, a Mac Mini, and even a revamped Apple Pencil.
Here's a look at everything that was revealed.
First up was the new MacBook Air equipped with a Retina Display. The popular laptop now has thinner bezels, a thinner profile, and it's lighter than the previous generation at just 2.75 pounds. Read more...
Well you better believe that with every major Apple event, Amazon and Walmart know just how to celebrate — with deals! There are plenty of iPads on sale to choose from (many of which have free shipping) that are sure to please any Apple faithful or bring in new converts.
On the hunt for a new Apple device? Today is the day. But if you're looking to snag something on sale — well, today's also the day.
We've rounded up the best deals on iPads, plus travel gear, stuff for the kitchen, and Amazon devices, while we also have amazing deals on adult learning courses from Udemy. If you ever wanted to master the web, now is your chance.
The event, held (surprisingly) at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City at 10 a.m. ET, is likely to have an education theme. And Apple sort of owes us AirPower, which we haven't heard much about since its unveiling in Sept. 2017, as well as a new version of AirPods, with a wireless charging case that plays nice with AirPower. Read more...
New iPads and smart accessories, alongside a much needed Mac refresh, are likely en route. The spectacle is kicking off earlier than normal at 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT at the Brooklyn Academy of Music this year. The event will be streamed, so no worries if you didn't score an invite.