The original iPad was an iPhone gone IMAX and the first successful tablet the world had ever seen. The iPad 2 made it thinner, lighter, and faster. The iPad 3 went Retina and LTE but not comfortably so. The iPad 4 made Retina and LTE sing. And the iPad mini showed portability could be just as important as power. Now the Retina iPad mini is as high-density as they come, and the iPad Air has gone light as its namesake. Where does the future lie? For now, with Touch ID and the biggest iPad to date — the new iPad Pro — in two PRO sizes!
16 November 2015 27By Rene RitchieThe iPad Pro is the biggest and most powerful iPad Apple's ever made. At it's introduction, Tim Cook called the iPad Pro the clearest expression of Apple's vision for the future of computing, and it's easy to see why.
09 March 2012 9By Rene RitchieEverything you need to know before buying the new iPad, including how to pick your model, storage capacity, color, and 3G or 4G LTE carrier!
Considering the new iPad but interested in more information before taking the plunge? Should you buy the 2012, third generation iPad at all, or would you be better off with last year's, discounted iPad 2, or another tablet entirely? If you do decide to buy the new iPad, which model do you need, 16, 32, or 64GB? Which color, white or black? And if you go for the 4G LTE version, which network is better, AT&T or Verizon?
This is our 2012 iPad buyers guide. If you have questions, iMore has answers! And if you already know what you're getting, keep think link handy to mail, tweet, or Facebook your friends and family -- we'll help them out so you don't have to!
09 January 2017 3By Cella Lao RousseauOkay, first off: CES is a gigantic wonderland of anything and everything techie and weird. That means that no matter which corridor you decide to turn down, there’s a chance you’ll find something that could make you do a serious double-take!