Since Steve Jobs introduced the iPad in 2010, the tablet market has never been the same. It's so much more than a bigger iPhone; it's a portable workstation, a creative drawing tablet, and a fantastic way to view your favorite media. With special software, iPadOS 15 (opens in new tab), the iPad is a beloved device that helps you get anything you want to be done. The lineup consists of the powerful iPad Pro (opens in new tab), iPad Air 5 (opens in new tab), iPad mini (opens in new tab), and the baseline iPad (opens in new tab), all of which have their strengths and weaknesses. There's never been a better time to get an iPad, and we have all the advice you need to get the most out of Apple's tablet.
Apple has released the fifth developer beta of iPadOS 16.1. Get your hands on the newest iPadOS 16 beta now.
The Kindle Scribe brings a pen and a much bigger touch screen to the table, stepping slightly on the iPad Pros' toes. It might just have pulled this writer across.
Amazon has finally announced a new Kindle. The Kindle Scribe allows you to even jot down thoughts on the e-ink display with a new Amazon-branded stylus.
Apple has dropped the latest public beta for iPadOS 16.1. Here's how to get it on your iPad right now.
When Stage Manager was first announced, many users complained that the new multitasking feature was only for the iPad that had an M1 chip, but that's changing.
A faulty iPad mini 6 battery previously meant a whole device swap, but that might not be the case depending on where you go from this week.
Apple's newest press releases highlight how archaeologists use the iPad Pro to preserve the ancient history of Pompeii.
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