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iPad shipments increased a whopping 75% during the first quarter of the year over same period of 2020, according a market analysis firm. It’s the result of people needing computers to work and learn from home as the pandemic drags on.
Other tablet makers saw strong Q1 2021 growth as well, but iPad continues to dominate the market.
Apple is holding its iPad wrong. The company designs its tablets as if the best way to hold one is in a portrait orientation. But landscape is actually more common, and Apple should make changes to the iPad’s design to reflect that.
Apple’s official Smart Folio is one of the most elegant ways to protect your beloved iPad. And for a limited time only on Amazon, you can yours for the newest iPad Air and 11-inch iPad Pro at $14.05 off its usual price.
This is the biggest discount we’ve seen so far on the newest Smart Folio models, and price drops don’t happen very often. Go take advantage of it before it’s too late.
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Apple’s VP of Platform Architecture Tim Millet says the company’s A14 chip, which debuted last month in the fourth-generation iPad Air, will take machine learning to the next level.
“It takes my breath away when I see what people can do with the A14 Bionic chip,” Millet told German magazine Stern.
Manufactured using a 5nm process, the mobile chip boasts an astonishing 11.8 billion transistors, up significantly from the 8.5 billion of the A13. It is expected to power this year’s upcoming iPhones.
The iPad Air 4 is the first computer of any kind unveiled with the Apple A14 processor. The tablet isn’t out yet, but an early Geekbench 5 benchmark score apparently shows it’s nearly 50% faster than its predecessor.
This bodes well for the iPhone 12, which is also expected to run Apple’s new chip.