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First look: iOS 9's new cursor-controlling gesture keyboard on iPad

06/11/2015, 03:06 pm

One of the headline features in Apple's next-generation mobile operating system is the ability to turn the iPad's on-screen keyboard into an ersatz trackpad, an extremely useful addition that power users will love.


iOS 9's 'predictive touch' may pave road for rumored 'iPad Pro' stylus from Apple

06/11/2015, 12:06 pm

One of the new technologies in iOS 9 is "predictive touch," an addition that may presage the launch of an Apple-made stylus in tandem with an anticipated jumbo-sized 12.9-inch iPad.


Inside iOS 9: Apple's iPad-only 'Picture in Picture' mode lets you keep watching video with any task

09/18/2015, 01:09 pm

With the release of iOS 9 this week, iPad owners can now shrink video and continue watching and listening while accomplishing other tasks, thanks to Apple's all-new Picture in Picture mode.


Medical researchers gain new data opportunities with ResearchKit debut on Apple's iPad

06/10/2015, 03:06 pm

ResearchKit is now supported on the iPad, creating a new avenue for Apple's open-source platform for medical researchers, the company announced in a mailing this week.


Inside iOS 9: Apple's iPad-exclusive split-screen multitasking will enhance productivity

09/16/2015, 07:09 pm

With Apple's iOS 9 upgrade, the iPad lineup -- and the upcoming iPad Pro -- gets special attention to enhance productivity on the big-screen tablets, including an all-new split-screen multitasking mode that will allow users to more easily accomplish two tasks at once.


PlayStation Vue adds to live TV subscriptions for iPad ahead of rumored Apple service

06/10/2015, 01:06 pm

Sony on Wednesday launched its PlayStation Vue TV service for the iPad, growing the number of TV subscrition services available for Apple products even as Apple's own rumored service remains in limbo.


Review: CaseStudi's Libre Bluetooth keyboard is an ultra-portable workhorse, with some trade-offs

05/24/2015, 07:05 am

An increasing number of consumers and businesspeople are turning to portable Bluetooth keyboards to increase the productivity potential of their iPad. AppleInsider took a look at one of the latest contenders, CaseStudi's Libre.


Google's Chromebooks continue to make inroads in education, Gartner says

05/21/2015, 03:05 pm

After a slow start, the market for laptops running Google's Chrome OS --known as Chromebooks --has begun to pick up steam, new data indicates, with education customers representing a sizable majority of orders.


Adobe discontinues Photoshop Touch, offers video glimpse of future replacement tech [u]

05/21/2015, 01:05 pm

Adobe on Thursday announced plans to discontinue Photoshop Touch, its advanced photo editor for iPad and Android tablets, while offering brief hints about where a successor or successors might go.


Refurbished iPad Air 2 goes on sale at Apple's online store

05/20/2015, 11:05 am

Apple is for the first time offering refurbished iPad Air 2 models through its U.S. online store, potentially saving shoppers up to $140 off the cost of the tablet.


Rumor: Apple's 12.9" 'iPad Pro' to feature silver nanowire touch panel, debut in 2016

05/11/2015, 09:05 am

Apple is rumored to have requested samples of new silver nanowire material for thinner touch panels, potentially for use in a jumbo-sized 12.9-inch "iPad Pro," according to a new report.


Apple demonstrates how iPad can change your life in 'Change Everything' mini-site

05/06/2015, 04:05 pm

In a bid to reinvigorate waning iPad sales, Apple on Wednesday launched "Everything changes with iPad," a new ad campaign that offers a comprehensive look at how the tablet fits into and enriches the life of its user.


Apple's 12.9" iPad will feature Bluetooth stylus, Force Touch, NFC & more, source says

05/03/2015, 12:05 pm

Apple is indeed working on a larger iPad which will feature a number of changes, including an all-new Bluetooth stylus accessory with pressure sensitivity, support for Force Touch input, and a USB-C connector, AppleInsider has learned.


Hands-on with alleged 'iPad Pro' case gives comparison to Apple's iPad Air

05/01/2015, 01:05 pm

Whether or not a new 12-plus-inch iPad becomes an actual product, case makers are betting on leaked design specifications, and a new video offers an idea of just how big a so-called "iPad Pro" might be.


Rumor: Purported industrial renderings of Apple's 'iPad Pro' back 12.9-inch display

05/01/2015, 01:05 pm

An alleged industrial rendering of Apple's rumored "iPad Pro" was leaked on Friday, supporting rumors that the tablet will use a 12.9-inch screen instead of a less-frequently claimed 12.2-inch version.


Apple's iPad remains dominant in shrinking tablet market

04/30/2015, 11:04 am

More than one out of every four tablets sold in the first quarter of 2015 bore an Apple logo, new data indicates, though the worldwide market for tablets and convertible devices continues to contract.


Apple to aid Japan's elderly with iPads in latest fruits of IBM alliance

04/30/2015, 09:04 am

Japan Post has forged a deal with Apple and IBM that will see iPads put in the hands of elderly Japanese under the care of the national Watch Over service, the companies announced on Thursday.


Third-party iPad software to blame in delay of American Airlines planes

04/29/2015, 05:04 pm

American Airlines on Wednesday said it identified an issue that delayed some 70 planes on Tuesday after crew iPads crashed, blaming the kerfuffle on mismanaged third-party software, not Apple hardware.


Apple iPad software issue grounds 'several dozen' American Airlines flights [u]

04/28/2015, 10:04 pm

At least one American Airlines flight was grounded before takeoff on Tuesday due to a software bug that disabled pilots' iPad-powered electronic flight bags, potentially affecting the carrier's entire fleet of 737 aircraft.


'Test model' iPad among items stolen in house robbery, still at large

04/28/2015, 10:04 pm

A report on Tuesday details a recent home invasion in Cupertino, Calif., in which thieves stole thousands of dollars' worth of goods and cash, including what is being described as a "test model iPad from Apple."