iPad

  • ​​If you were paying close attention, you may have noticed that Apple announced a new mobile video creation app called Clips alongside its launch of the 2017 iPad. What exactly does Clips do, and how does it work?​
  • With several last-generation specs, the 2017 iPad is the latest, but not quite the greatest. However, the device does establish a benchmark for an entry-level tablet experience, and helps define what it means to be an iPad.
  • While Apple has yet to deliver a new high-end iPad this year, the company did add a budget-friendly tablet to its line. With this new member of the family (and the retirement of the iPad Air 2​ and iPad mini 2​), let's compare the features and specs of the four iPads Apple sells today.
  • ​Apple’s latest tablet is simply called iPad – no suffix or qualifiers like “Air” or “Pro.” Based on our first impressions of the device, the simple naming makes sense. The 9.7-inch tablet presents an experience that’s so typically iPad that there’s not much to remark about.
  • Last week, Apple unveiled its most affordable iPad to date. Here's how the features and specs of the newest 9.7-inch iPad compare to those of the Google Pixel C, one of the most premium Android-running tablets on the market.
  • Apple's new iPad​ marks a new budget-minded strategy for Apple's tablet line. The company still, however, has a high-end iPad in the 10-inch window. Let's compare the features and specs of the entry-level iPad and high-end iPad Pro 9.7​.
  • Samsung and Apple both have 9.7-in tablets launching this week. However, the two makers are taking very different approaches to their respective devices: Samsung's Tab S3​ has higher-end specs and features, while Apple's new iPad is relatively entry-level. Let's compare the two.
  • Apple has axed the aging iPad Air 2 and replaced it with a refreshed 9.7-inch iPad (just iPad, no suffixes) that's slightly more affordable. The two are nearly indistinguishable from the outside, but their internals vary. Here's how their specs and features stack up.
  • As far as Apple reveals go, yesterday's announcement​ falls squarely in the minor and iterative category. But we still have a few thoughts about how a cheaper 9.7-in iPad, the highlight of the day's announcements, could change things for the better.
  • ​Apple quietly unveiled new additions to its hardware and software lineup this morning in a series of press releases. Highlights include an updated 9.7-inch iPad, a limited edition red version of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and a new mobile video creation app called Clips.
  • Many iPhone​ users have wrestled with storage limits, especially when it comes to managing the device’s camera roll. Apart from deleting old pics and purchasing a paid iCloud subscription, there’s another option for alleviating storage woes: using Google Photos for iOS.​
  • Apple's iPad Pro is a very good tablet that can transform into a mediocre faux laptop. But with a total cost that starts at US$850 (iPad Pro 9.7​) or $1,070 (12.9-inch model​), you might be scouring the web for alternatives. We have some suggestions to save money, add versatility or perhaps both.