Brydge has now launched multiple firmware updates to improve its Brydge Pro+ keyboard with trackpad that recently starting shipping for iPad Pro. AppleInsider goes hands-on with the latest firmware to see how Brydge's improvements have strengthened the user experience of its flagship product.
Amid one of the worst economic downturns in years, Apple has outperformed most expectations that analysts have placed on it. Just shy of two months into the COVID-19 pandemic, its share price has returned to levels not seen since before the crisis.
Apple recently introduced a new cursor experience in iPadOS — one that software engineering chief Craig Federighi says was by necessity a combination of how users interface with the Mac, and the Apple TV.
Apple's pro applications, and more importantly its software development tools, are reportedly coming to iPadOS. AppleInsider talked to developers about how likely this is, and what they want — and need — to see.
The Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro is a great accessory, but has more capability than it appears on the surface. Here are a few tips and tricks to ensure you are getting the most out of Apple's new high-end keyboard and trackpad.
Apple's Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro with a floating design, backlit keyboard, and glass multi-touch trackpad is now available. We compare it to the new Brydge Pro+ to see which device wins out in features and quality.
Apple's share of the global tablet market increased in 2019, according to Strategy Analytics, with the iPad securing 44% of sales revenue for across the entire year based on the sales of application processors alone.
A refresh of the iPad Pro lineup slated for the end of 2020 may not arrive until well into 2021, a report claims, with COVID-19 affecting the supply chain sufficiently to delay the launch of a 5G-equipped model into the next year.
AppleInsider tests out the new Logitech Combo Touch for iPad Air and iPad Pro. It is a combination case and keyboard that also includes an integrated trackpad for the first time — all via the Smart Connector.
A series of tweets from an anonymous Twitter account has allegedly leaked details about future products that are still being worked on by Apple, including claims of an ARM-based 12-inch MacBook and an Apple game controller.