According to rumblings from the Chinese supply chain, Apple's rumored fourth-generation iPad Air will sport a USB-C connector when it launches later this year, trickle-down tech first seen in an Apple tablet in 2018.
Apple's iPad lineup is more varied than ever with options at every size and price point. To help make the task of deciding easier, AppleInsider breaks down all of Apple's iPad offerings to see which model fits best for any given user.
Black Friday weekend iPad deals are in effect with cash discounts of up to $250 off current 2019 iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro models. Prices start at $237, with many of the Black Friday doorbusters ending today.
In what is the lowest price available, Apple's handy 128GB iPad mini 4 (Wi-Fi + Cellular) is now on sale for $329 with coupon. Take advantage of the exclusive $200 discount today, as this deal ends soon.
Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama is offering AI readers exclusive coupon savings on Apple's upgraded 2019 15-inch MacBook Pro, along with remaining 128GB iPad mini 4 tablets equipped with Wi-Fi + Cellular functionality.
With this week's launch of the new 2019 iPad, Apple has now updated all three of its non-Pro models of the iPad — and made choosing between the iPad 7th generation vs iPad Pro vs iPad Air and iPad mini more difficult. But AppleInsider can help you out with your questions.
Apple's iPad regained the pole position in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) market during the March quarter, but people in that region are buying fewer tablets overall, according to new IDC research estimates.
Those looking for a significant amount of storage space at a fraction of the retail cost can snap up the lowest price ever on Apple's closeout iPad mini 4. Save $100 instantly on top of recent price drops with free shipping just in time for Mother's Day and graduation 2019.
From the outside, you'd be hard-pressed to spot the difference between an iPad mini 4 from an iPad mini 5. But, internally, there are quite a few differences that really separate Apple's previous mini from the newest. AppleInsider goes deep, highlighting all the changes from the previous iPad mini fourth-generation to the powerful 2019 model.
The iPad mini is back with fresh internals and an updated display. But in 2019, who is the iPad mini for? AppleInsider walks you through what's changed and how the market is still ripe for the 7.9-inch tablet.
Apple ships its iPads with very many ways to help make them usable for everyone, but there are certain features that are especially useful for older people who may not be familiar with technology, or have disabilities to consider.
The fifth-generation iPad mini may be physically similar to the previous version externally, but a teardown of the latest pint-sized Apple tablet shows nearly everything inside has been changed to bring the mobile device up to date.