There were some notable absences from the ‘More in the Making’ event, and at least one glaring omission.
Apple stopped updating the iPad mini a few years ago because sales dropped off at the release of the first iPhone Plus model. Seems lots of people prefer a large-ish smartphone to a small tablet, even if the iPad is bigger than the iPhone.
And now there’s the iPhone XS Max, Apple’s biggest smartphone ever. So we explored using one as a replacement for an iPad mini 4.
It’s no iPhone X, but the iPhone 7 remains a remarkably good phone. This week, you can snap up a refurbished iPhone 7 at the lowest price yet.
That’s not the only winner in this week’s roundup of the best Apple deals, either. We found a big bargain on a tiny iPad, plus a hot deal on an iPhone X case and a handy (and free!) iOS app.
We know you’re starting to come down off your WWDC high. To ease your transition, check out a rare offer on the latest Apple Watch, and the best price we’ve ever seen for an iPad mini 4. Find out where to snag these big bargains and more are in this week’s roundup of best Apple deals.
French officials are investigating the possibility of whether an iPhone or iPad was the cause of EgyptAir Flight 804.
The 2016 crashed killed 66 people yet the investigators have been stumped on what brought the plane down. Some new clues may hint that it was an overheating iOS device that sparked the catastrophe.
The Apple online store has returned, which means Apple’s latest devices are finally available to purchase.
You can order the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 series, the new 9.7-inch iPad, and the refreshed iPhone SE with more storage right now!
Apple’s new iPad might be identical to the iPad Air 2 it replaces, but don’t be fooled by how sleek and slender it looks in official photos.
The new slate is noticeably thicker and heavier than its predecessor.
Apple quietly updated the iPad mini 4 today, making 128GB of storage available as standard. It’s a significant upgrade over the 32GB of storage previously offered, but at $399, it’s a total ripoff.
In the market for a new iPad? You might want to hold off for a bit, because new iPad models — and possible price drops — could be on the way.
Apple’s rumored plans to launch three different-size iPads this spring has fans a bit confused as to why creating a new 10.5-inch model is a good idea. But according to Dan Provost, the co-founder of Studio Neat, it actually wouldn’t be crazy for Apple to change the screen size when you look at the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.