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iPhone 5 and iPad 2 are still the most-used iOS devices

Apple's last-generation iPhone 5 and second-generation three-year-old iPad 2 are still Apple's most popular devices sold. The news comes courtesy of app analytics firm Localytics, whose numbers show the iPhone 5 with a slim 27% lead over the iPhone 5s at 25%, while the iPad 2 sits at 29% over the next-closest iPad Mini at 20%.

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Wacom introduces new styluses for better drawing on the iPad

The stylus company Wacom announced a number of new products today, which it says were made specifically for use on Apple's iPad tablets.

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Expedia iOS app updated with full iPad support

The Expedia travel app for iOS has been updated today with a version that contains a new design specifically for the iPad, along with features for tablet owners:

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Apple reportedly making a 12.9-inch iPad for production in early 2015

A new report from Bloomberg claims Apple is developing a much larger iPad that could enter production sometime in the first quarter of 2015. The story says the display on this iPad could be as large as 12.9-inches.

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Los Angeles' school system ends plan to give all of its students iPads

The Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest public school system in the United States, has decided not to move forward with its plans to offer an iPad to every student in the system, due to concerns about the iPad itself as well as how the contract with Apple was handled by school system administrators.

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Pokémon game for iPad coming soon as an online trading card title

A version of The Pokémon Trading Card Game Online that's already available for Windows and Mac PCs has now been confirmed as coming to the iPad at some point, which will make the game the first to be released for any of Apple's iOS devices by The Pokémon Company. There are other Pokémon apps for mobile devices but they are not full games.

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'iPhone slow' explained: The truth about iOS updates

The charge that iOS updates deliberately slow down older iPhones gets regurgitated every so often. It's a sensational charge so it gets sensationalized. Most recently some research into correlation vs. causation in big data analytics and how it shouldn't be misinterpreted was — wait for it — widely misinterpreted. Whether regurgitators failed to read all the way through the research, or simply decided to ignore it in service of sensationalism doesn't really matter. The resulting misinformation and confusion is the same. So, what's really going on with iOS updates and older devices?

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iPad Air and the next generation of highly mobile, highly accessible productivity

Finger-painting with productivity is not a term I ever thought I'd use. Working in enterprise for years, trapped behind a desk and a Windows PC and Microsoft Office, productivity was arduous. It was a chore. The software was bought because of the boxes it checked, not the efficiency it enabled, and was as chronically outdated as the hardware that ran it. Day in, day out, keystrokes and clicks counted down the hours until lunch, and again until quitting time. Then came the iPad — currently the iPad Air — and everything changed. The utter desolation of the cubicles, the endless cruft of the start buttons and ribbons fell away like blocks of shattered concrete, and we could reach out and delightfully, inspiringly, touch our words, our data, and our tasks, anywhere, any time.

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Microsoft's new SNIPP3T iPhone app is part of its plan to expand Bing search

This weekend, Microsoft quietly launched SNIPP3T for the iPhone, an app that grabs news and information on the internet about celebrities. As it turns out, it comes from Microsoft's Bing team in an effort to expand the search service's influence beyond the web browser.

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Big football fans might want new NFL Now iPhone and iPad app along with Apple TV

The new NFL Now app for the iPhone and iPad has been released, along with a version of the app for Apple TV that was previously announced.

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