Amazon has launched more Apple deals this Thursday, following Tuesday markdowns on 2018 iPad Pros. Shoppers can snap up a 10.5-inch iPad Pro with 512GB of space for just $699, a discount of $300 off MSRP. Apple Watches are also on sale, matching the lowest prices ever.
The next version of macOS is expected to add a feature, codenamed "Sidecar," which lets you extend your Mac's desktop to a second monitor or even iPad — functionally the same way as the third-party Luna Display and other software utilities.
Just in time for Mother's Day and graduation gift-giving, Amazon has issued triple digit markdowns on Apple's 11-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, delivering the lowest prices seen to date on the latest models. Apple's new 2019 iPad Air is also $20 off while supplies last.
Apple last week updated an Apple Pencil support document with a note warning users that charging a second-generation version of the stylus on a compatible iPad Pro might interfere with signals from nearby key fobs, preventing users from opening their car door.
Apple is promoting the iPad Pro range by showcasing how it can be used for a variety of different tasks, with the release of videos to the official YouTube channel showing the tablet's utility in planning a wedding, making music, and starting a business.
B&H Photo has slashed prices on 12.9-inch iPad Pros by $300 to $480, bringing the top-of-the-line cellular model down to $799. Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 devices are also discounted heavily with cash savings of up to $450 off, beating Black Friday markdowns in many instances. Meanwhile, Apple's top-of-the-line 2017 MacBook Air is $450 off as well.
A couple of weeks ago, Apple quietly announced a new iPad Air. This new third generation Air now features Apple's latest A12 Bionic processor, a laminated Retina display and now supports the first generation Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard. But should you buy this over the 2017 10.5" iPad Pro?
Apple's next iOS 12 update, expected to debut next week, will reportedly deliver iPad Pro support for Logitech's popular Crayon, making the tilt-sensitive stylus the only device to offer universal compatibility across the sprawling iPad lineup.
Starting March 27, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch developers will be required to use the latest iOS and watchOS SDKs, as well as support Apple's biggest mobile displays in all new apps and updates submitted to the App Store.
Apple has again launched a new iPad Air and a new iPad mini at the same time. Throughout all the previous versions of both, they have represented the best balance of price, specifications, and portability.
With Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Air about to hit store shelves, Apple authorized resellers are knocking hundreds off 10.5-inch iPad Pro models to make way for new inventory. But with the new Air limited to 256GB of storage, shoppers needing more space can pick up a 512GB Pro at a discount.
Apple has introduced new versions of the iPad Air and the iPad mini, plus it's removed one of the iPad Pros. This leaves the lineup ranging from $329 to $999 for the just the base models, but it's also made the buying decision a little more involved. AppleInsider explains how to balance getting the most features for your budget.
While supplies last, B&H Photo is slashing the price of Apple's Mid 2017 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 512GB of space and Wi-Fi functionality. Priced at just $749 after a $400 instant discount with free shipping and no tax in several states, this is the lowest price available for the spacious model during the special DealZone event.
Apple has quietly retired the 10.5-inch version of the iPad Pro as part of its iPad shakeup, following the launch of the 10.5-inch iPad Air, a move that now leaves the 11-inch and 12.9-inch variants as the only two sizes of iPad Pro models available to purchase.
Ending soon! Apple authorized retailer B&H Photo is knocking $480 off loaded Mid 2017 12.9-inch iPad Pros exclusively for AppleInsider readers. These feature-packed iPad Pros are equipped with 512GB of storage, as well as Wi-Fi + Cellular capability, providing users with robust, portable devices for under $800.
Despite all the tools we have for photographing images or scanning documents, sometimes they give us too much detail. Whether for study or artistic reasons, there are times when we want far less detail — but also need far more fine control. The Apple Pencil gives you the ability to trace what you want onto an iPad Pro.