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Review: ONE Smart Keyboard Pro uses a Lightning cable and iPad integration to unlock its full potential

04/23/2018, 03:03:00 PM, Posted By Andrew O'Hara

The ONE Smart Keyboard Pro unlocks incredible possibilities by integrating with the iPad you already own, and AppleInsider has been using one for a while.

Libratone Zipp: Can this AirPlay speaker best Apple's HomePod?

04/19/2018, 05:42:00 PM, Posted By Andrew O'Hara

Libratone's Zipp speaker is a customizable and powerful speaker that is sure to liven up any room whether at home or on the go. Its surprising list of features, not to mention inputs, makes it one of the best speakers you can add to your home.

Lennar now integrating Amazon Alexa surveillance into new home construction

04/17/2018, 05:50:00 AM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Major U.S. home builder Lennar, along with other regional home builders, has partnered with Amazon to install multiple Echo microphones into new housing together with Alexa-controlled light switches, thermostats and even door locks that grant access to Amazon delivery workers--creating a wider threat of Facebook-style corporate surveillance and invasions of privacy.

App Roundup: Canary for iOS, Handbrake 1.1.0 for Mac, plus Office 2016 for Mac, Moog Model D, more!

04/14/2018, 07:40:00 AM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

In the constantly-changing landscape of the App Store and the software marketplace, new apps and updates to existing titles are announced all the time. AppleInsider highlights some of the more notable app introductions and software updates for iOS and macOS that surfaced in the past week.

How to make your own custom iPhone ringtones with GarageBand for macOS

04/09/2018, 03:41:00 PM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

While Apple's tone store is stocked with a huge collection of sounds an iPhone could play for a ringtone, it is also possible to customize an iOS device with a unique ringtone of your own creation. AppleInsider explains how to get a ringtone out of a Mac's GarageBand project and into your iPhone's tone collection.

Apple Business Chat has the enterprise talking about iMessage Apps

04/05/2018, 09:00:00 AM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Ten years ago, Steve Jobs announced the App Store. While its first titles were mostly games and novelties, soon major businesses began to recognize the power of mobile apps, shifting major investment from desktop PCs and web apps into iOS. This year, Apple is inciting new enterprise investment in iMessage Apps with Apple Business Chat--billed as an interactive, personal way to connect with customers while respecting their privacy.

macOS 10.13.4 update breaks Duet Display, Air Display & USB DisplayLink drivers

04/04/2018, 12:36:24 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Apple's recent macOS 10.13.4 update is causing some havoc among people using screen extenders like Duet Display and Air Display, as well as USB DisplayLink-connected monitors.

A brief history of the iPad, Apple's once and future tablet

04/03/2018, 01:47:00 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

April 3 marks the eighth anniversary of the iPad's launch and first shipments -- and that day brought a product that has revolutionized the definition of a tablet and seen great success. But, the iPad has struggled with its identity in recent times in view of bigger and more powerful smartphones.

Compared: 2018 iPad shows how far Apple has progressed versus the original iPad in eight years

04/03/2018, 09:52:00 AM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

The latest installment of AppleInsider's comparisons between the latest iPad release and others in the product range takes a look at the earliest releases, showing how far Apple's tablet has progressed in just eight years since the first shipment of the original iPad on April 3, 2010, while still retaining the same overall appearance as its predecessors.

April Fools: get ready for the worst jokes in the tech industry

04/01/2018, 09:25:00 AM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Every year, several companies--most notoriously Google--float various unfunny, excessively long dad jokes on April Fools Day. But rather than waste your time detailing these latest flat attempts at humor in tech, why not take a moment on April 1 to take a look at the really foolish stuff the tech media serves up virtually every day?

Hands On: Manage your gear in 'Destiny 2' with Ishtar Commander for iPad

03/31/2018, 10:49:00 PM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

Players of 'Destiny 2' who feel the existing companion app isn't great for managing the weapons and armor of their characters should look at Ishtar Commander, a free iOS app that makes item management and optimally equipping the avatars quick and easy, both during and outside of gameplay.

Compared: 2018 iPad cost efficiency versus iPad Pro features and speed

03/29/2018, 02:58:00 PM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

The addition of Apple Pencil support to the sixth-generation iPad makes the tablet a considerably cheaper option for those needing to use a pressure-sensitive stylus when compared to the iPad Pro range, but there are more differences that need consideration. AppleInsider pits the new iPad against the current 12.9-inch and 10.5-inch iPad Pro models to show what else the extra cost offers consumers.

At Chicago 'Field Trip' event, Apple emphasized education remains 'a big part of who we are'

03/28/2018, 07:07:00 AM, Posted By Stephen Silver

Apple CEO Tim Cook and other company executives repeatedly cited the company's commitment to education, as it unveiled new products and initiatives designed to capture the hearts and minds of students and educators.

Free iCloud storage for teachers and students boosted from 5GB to 200GB

03/27/2018, 01:00:00 PM, Posted By Stephen Silver

In another part of Apple's big education push, teachers and students will get a forty-fold increase in free iCloud storage to better utilize today's software offerings in the future.

How to create your own HomeKit camera with a Raspberry Pi and HomeBridge

03/21/2018, 11:40:00 AM, Posted By Andrew O'Hara

Though Apple's HomeKit home automation platform has supported cameras for over a year, manufacturers have been slow to bring compatible devices to market. Learn how you can create your own HomeKit security camera for around $60 in this tutorial.

Hands on: Do more, faster on your iPad or iPhone with Launch Center Pro 2.9

03/17/2018, 07:23:00 AM, Posted By William Gallagher

Automation tool Launch Center Pro starts easy and gets complicated very quickly. For hardcore users, the app is great, but first timers might want to consider a more user-friendly app like Workflow.

The five best iPhone or iPad apps for following March Madness

03/16/2018, 03:05:00 PM, Posted By Stephen Silver

It's NCAA Tournament time, that three-week stretch each year when college basketball's best teams square off, and whittle themselves down from 68 teams to four to finally one national champion. AppleInsider has some choices for you, so you can monitor the situation on your iPhone or iPad.

Video: How to backup, erase, and factory reset your iPad

03/13/2018, 02:19:23 PM, Posted By Vadim Yuryev

When selling or giving away your iPad, you need to make sure to protect your data and leave a clean slate for the next owner. Appleinsider takes you through all the steps you need to take to ensure your iPad is safely wiped before passing it on to its next owner.

Hands on: Apple's 'Netflix of Magazines' Texture provides a wealth of content to readers

03/12/2018, 04:43:00 PM, Posted By Andrew O'Hara

Texture allows access to dozens of magazines for a monthly price of $9.99 -- and it is now in Apple's hands.

Hands on: Agenda 2.0 for Mac is a beautiful new notes app with unique calendar features

03/12/2018, 02:34:00 PM, Posted By William Gallagher

Sometimes, a new and fresh look at what a class of app can do is what you need to like an app, but it can also be a turn-off if it lacks something you need.