11 November 2015 94By Rene RitchieTim Cook began the iPad Pro introduction by saying the iPad was the 'clearest expression of Apple's vision for the future of personal computing'. It's something that's been obvious since the very beginning, and crystal clear since the iPad 2 keynote in 2011. For a large segment of people, using a traditional computer can be an awkward, frustrating, and intimidating experience. The iPad is for them. For others, the iPad hasn't been productive or creative enough simply by virtue of its size and input technologies. The iPad Pro is also for them. It is, simply, profoundly, a bigger, better window into apps and the internet than Apple has ever made before. And it comes a new keyboard and pencil that provide new ways to interact with both.
10 November 2015 61By Rene RitchieThere's a lot to consider before you buy or upgrade to a new tablet, even the all-new iPad Pro. First, you need to make sure you really want an iPad Pro and not an iPad Air or iPad mini. Then, you need to figure out what storage capacity and color you want, if Wi-Fi and cellular is a must, and whether or not you need AppleCare. If you're not sure about any or all of that, don't worry. That's why we're here—to help you pick the perfect iPad Pro for you!
10 November 2015 44By Rene RitchieFor the first time Apple has an iPad that's close to a Mac and a Mac that's close to an iPad: The iPad Pro and new MacBook. The iPad Pro runs iOS 9 on an Apple A9X processor. The MacBook runs OS X El Capitan on an Intel M. Both can are ideal for planes and coffee shops, classrooms and conferences, home and office. But which one is better for you?
10 November 2015 8By Derek KesslerCollaborative documents editing, personal notes, chat, groups... they're scattered across three or four different apps. But it doesn't have to be that way. At least that's the message of PingPad, an app that rolls together document collaboration and group chat into one package.
10 November 2015 223By Michelle HaagIt's time again to give away some epic accessories for your iPhone and Apple Watch from our friends over at Pad & Quill! They currently have available not only the iPhone cases you might know them for, but also new stands for your Apple Watch. We've teamed up with the gang at P&Q to give away three iPhone cases and three watch stands to six lucky iMore readers!
10 November 2015 3By Rich StevensEd: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The EXCLUSIVE iPad Pro Visual Info-Graphical REVIEW
09 November 2015 4By Rene RitchieWhile iOS 9 brings multi-app multitasking to the all the latest generation iPads, with its enormous 12.9 inch display and beefy 4 GB of memory, it brings it to the iPad Pro in style. In fact, because the iPad Pro's display is at such epic scale, you can run two apps side-by-side at almost full size. That means double the productivity, double the creativity, and double the sheer power of the iPad. Here's how to use it!
09 November 2015 14By Brent ZaniewskiLooking to change-up your Apple Watch band but just can't justify dropping the cash for those OEM options? Here are 5 third party bands that look great and are only a fraction of the cost.
08 November 2015 9By Rene RitchieThe new Apple TV, perplexingly, shipped without a built-in Podcasts app. Perplexingly because the icon for the podcasts app shows up in pre-release material, which seems to indicate it's been planned but, for some reason, just couldn't ship on time. Regardless, you have podcasts, you want them on your Apple TV, and you want them now. Here are some options.
08 November 2015 2By Derek KesslerThe biggest news this week was simple: the BlackBerry Priv is here. It's BlackBerry's first new phone in several months, and their first running Android. A big screen, a slide up keyboard, and BlackBerry's legendarily rock-solid hardware have combined to make one hell of a phone.
06 November 2015 6By Rene RitchieApple's App Store for iPhone and iPad has just added a new category—Shopping! It's no secret that there's been an explosion in online shopping and iOS has driven a lot of that growth. There's no better way to compare prices and grab deals when on the go than iPhone, and no better place to sit back, browse, and check out than on iPad. And that's probably why Apple is moving shopping apps out of Lifestyle and into a category all their own.