A brief history of Apple iPad models 2010-2019 (Gallery)

The first-generation iPad was unveiled by the then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs on Jan. 27, 2010, with the Wi-Fi variant released in the US on April 3, followed up by the Wi-Fi and cellular variant April 30 (the iPad was subsequently released in Australia, Canada, France, Japan, Italy, Germany, Spain, Switzerland and the UK on May […]

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Apple: Here’s why iPhone 11 uses location data even though you’ve told it not to

Owners of an iPhone XS: Is it worth upgrading to the iPhone 11 Pro? Apple just announced the first iPhone with a Pro name. But is it really that much better than the iPhone XS? Apple has finally explained why the iPhone 11 continues to use location data even after its owner denies all apps […]

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Device of the decade: Why did it take nine years for the iPad to get its own operating system?

Apple has streamlined its entire iPad lineup to replace your laptop ZDNet’s Jason Cipriani tells Karen Roby that the base-model iPad is more capable than ever thanks to a recent update. Read more: https://zd.net/2NdaomS In January 2010, Steve Jobs famously sat on stage and walked the audience through what seemed like a scene straight out […]

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iOS 13.3 brings bug fixes and a new security feature, but does it bring new bugs

The best new features in iOS 13 With iOS 13 set to roll out on September 19, ZDNet’s Beth Mauder walks you through her five favorite new features and how you can add them to your iPhone. Read more: https://zd.net/2QbuNNR Another day, another new iOS update. This time it is iOS and iPadOS 13.3, which […]

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Autopilot White Glove Comes of Age

Microsoft made several announcements at Ignite 2019 regarding new or enhanced modern deployment capabilities and, as is often the case, those capabilities have been discussed in isolation by many other bloggers. This post, however, seeks to put them into a business rather than technical context. I have been tracking the development of these technologies for […]

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Apple warns: Only clean $6,000 Pro Display XDR nano glass with our special cloth

A new Mac Pro? We foresee some possible problems Apple has promised a new modular Mac Pro. But with Apple’s recent track record, we have worries. Read more: https://zd.net/2wa5peu If you’re going to blow $6,000 on an Apple Pro Display XDR 6K display with the nano-texture finish, then you’ll probably want to know about […]

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OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren first take: $900 flagship reaches wider thanks to T-Mobile’s 5G network Review

Global smartphone sales still in decline, but not all brands are hurt the same A new report from Gartner shows that the smartphone market is slowing yet again. But not for everyone: despite trade wars and big competitors, Huawei is fast-tracking its sales. I’ve been trying to find my daily driver for the past month […]

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Apple’s Tim Cook said the strangest thing and I keep wondering why

Can there be a holy monopoly? Screenshot by ZDNet I want to be everything to you. I really do. I realize, however, that I can’t be because I don’t know enough about, oh, Marvel movies, coding and the alluiring softness of Allbirds. So I accept my failings and hope you’ll be good with that. I’m […]

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Is Apple’s $52,599 Mac Pro overpriced?

Mac: Must-have apps and utilities Here are some of the best performance, security, and productivity apps and utilities for you Mac. Read more: https://zd.net/2JCrytn Must-see offer Choose your Mac Pro With the greatest performance, expansion, and configurability yet, Mac Pro is a system created to let a wide range of professionals push the limits of […]

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