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Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes it easier to get started on your new app or web design

Adobe has launched a new app for the iPad called Comp CC. It's been made to give designers a basic way to make initial designs that can be filled out on the company's desktop apps.

Adobe Comp CC has been made to replace the use of pen and paper for designers of mobile apps, websites and more for their first brainstorms, but adding the ability to use assets from Adobe's cloud service.

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China Unicom, China Telecom to sell iPad Air 2 and mini 3 starting March 27

Both China Unicom and China Telecom have announced that they will begin carrying the Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of Apple's iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3.

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Best keyboard cases for iPad Air 2

The iPad Air 2 is an invaluable productivity tool when paired with a keyboard case that's right for you. These are currently the best you can buy!

The iPad Air 2 is thinner, powerful, and more portable than any iPad before it. If you want to ditch your Mac and head out the door with your iPad, a well designed keyboard case can let you get some serious work done. As with most accessories, one keyboard case isn't always one size fits all. These are currently the best iPad Air 2 keyboard cases in their respective categories.

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Sid Meier's Starships now speeding into space on the iPad and Mac for $15

Sid Meier's Starships, the space-based strategy game from developer Firaxis and publisher 2K Games, is now available for the iPad and Mac for $14.99.

A companion to the recently released PC-Mac game Civilization: Beyond Earth, Sid Meier's Starships gives the player the power to create and build their space fleet in order to explore the universe.

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Forget Force Touch trackpads — I want a pressure-sensitive iPad Pro

The new MacBook's trackpad is incredible. Now, imagine that technology in an iPad.

I got to spend just twenty minutes with the new MacBook trackpad on Monday, but it was enough to leave me feeling wowed, impressed, and a little bit disoriented.

Apple's long-in-the-making Force Touch trackpad uses haptic feedback to make your finger feel like it's depressing a button, even though the trackpad itself doesn't move. It's a sheet of glass. It doesn't have a button, it doesn't all depress at once — it does not move at all. But it feels like you're clicking. It feels like your finger is sinking into that immoveable glass and accessing deeper click levels than have ever existed on a trackpad.

Now, think about what Apple could do with that technology on a computer made entirely of glass.

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How to manage two-factor authentication on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac with Authy

Passwords are weak and often cracked. Two-factor authentication, which uses your phone number to send a secondary code you have to enter, is much stronger.

I know first-hand how scary password hacks can be, but I still put off two-factor authentication for years — relying instead on a strong multi-digit 1Password-generated password — because it felt clunky and hard to set up. What if I lost access to my phone number because I was restoring my iPhone? What if I couldn't get network access for my two-factor code? Too much hassle, I thought.

Authy changed my opinion on two-factor authentication: The app makes it far less terrifying to deal with; it also lives on both my Mac and iOS devices, so I don't have to worry about losing access to my accounts while my phone is restoring.

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What else do you want to see at Apple's Spring Forward event?

If the Apple Watch shares the keynote stage on March 9, what could it share that stage with?

The 2007 iPhone keynote also hosted the re-introduction of Apple TV (née iTV). The 2012 iPad 3 event also hosted the introduction of the Apple TV 3 (1080p). Last year's iPhones 6 event shared the stage with the Apple Watch, and the iPads with Touch ID shared the stage with the Retina 5K iMac. Apple has a history of double features.

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Apple reportedly set to include USB 3.0 ports on iPad Pro, higher-res 12-inch MacBook Air in the works

Apple is rumored to be working on a larger iPad Pro with a 12.9-inch display, with production set to commence from September. According to the Wall Street Journal, the tablet will feature USB 3.0 ports to allow faster data transfer with external hard drives. The tablet is also said to feature ports to connect to external keyboards and mice. The publication has also revealed that the hardware giant is working on a 12-inch version of the MacBook Air, which is said to boast a "higher resolution display."

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iPad Pro production rumored to start in September

The iPad Pro is rumored to be a 12.9-inch iPad that would appeal to professional, productivity users, similar to the iPhone 6 Plus in the phone lineup.

While early rumors pegged the iPad Pro's release for early 2015, production is now being rumored to start this fall, in the September time frame. No word on an Apple Pen this time around, though.

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How to shoot great sports photography on your iPhone

You may not have a telephoto lens, but you can still take great sports photography with your iPhone — it's all about knowing the right tricks.

In addition to skating with Boston, I coach a couple of roller derby teams. One of the most important tools for me, as a coach, has become my iPhone: Taking video of practices and drills; breaking down skater stance in photographs; making notes for future strategy adjustments.

As a result, I've spent a lot of time using my iPhone as a sports camera, and I'm repeatedly surprised at just how well it does. Here are some of the tips I use to make sure I get good photos and videos of practices and games; whether you're shooting roller skating or another sport, hopefully they can help you out, too.

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