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iPad Pro Rumour Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

Steve Jobs famously shunned the idea of an iPad Mini. (He was kind of right.) But what about an iPad Mega? What about a bigger, better iPad for people who want more out of a tablet? Obviously, iPad Mega is a terrible name, but it’s not a terrible idea. Whether you call it the iPad Pro or the iPad Air Plus, this thing could be real.


Turn Your iPhone Into A Crappy 1985 Camcorder With This App

Given the popularity of apps like Instagram that intentionally make your photos look like garbage shot on film, it’s no surprise there’s finally an app that lets your iPhone or iPad shoot video that looks like it was recorded with a VHS camcorder from the mid-1980s.


Logitech BLOK Protective iPad Case: Australian Review

When you invest a significant chunk of coin in a new iPad, you want to keep it safe, right? Well, some cases are safer than others. But what if you don’t to go the full Lifeproof and turn your sleek slate into a bulky blob? Logitech’s new BLOK cases for the iPad Air 2 are super stylish, incredibly well put together, and will protect your shiny new iPad Air 2 from a 6-foot drop — albeit with a cost.


This Tiny iPhone Charger Has 128GB Of Extra Storage Built Right In

Leaving home without your smartphone’s charging cable is as disastrous as forgetting the device itself. That’s why ultra-compact charging cables are suddenly so popular, and with 128GB of extra storage onboard, PhotoFast’s new MemoriesCable might be the only one iPhone users will want to consider.


One Big List Of The New Privacy And Security Features In iOS 9

As Apple had its annual celebration of its own awesomeness, I tuned in to see how Apple’s new operating system will provide better security and privacy to its users.


iOS 9 Just Made The iPad More Work Friendly With Multitasking

At last, Apple introduced multitasking apps on iOS 9 for iPad, which means you can work with more than one application at once. This is a godsend for iPad users.


Can't Code? This iPad App Will Easily Let You Make Your Own Video Game

There’s no shortage of nit-picking gamers who feel they could easily make better video games than what’s being released every week. And thanks to a new iPad app called Toy Engine, they can put their money where their mouths are and design their own side-scrolling video game, even if they have never written a single line of code.


iOS 9 Optimisations Could Deliver Better Performance For Older Devices

Apple’s iOS updates have a reputation for degrading the performance of slower devices. On one hand, it makes sense — more features require extra grunt. On the other, given the strict range of phones and tablets the company has, surely it can take a bit of time to tune its updates for specific hardware? Well, iOS 9 could signal a shift in Apple’s attitude towards optimising the platform for the likes of the iPhone 4S.


American Airlines Planes Grounded Because Of Pilot iPad Crashes

American Airlines has been using iPads in place of paper reference books for several years — but last night, a weakness showed. “Several dozen” of the airline’s planes were grounded as pilots’ iPads crashed.


30 Years Of Apple's Guided Tours, From Awkward To Amazing

The Apple Watch starts hitting wrists today with one of the most incredibly enormous user guides ever produced for an Apple product: 23 topics, almost 100 pages, not even including the 10 videos produced to teach people how to use this thing. Apple started creating “guided tours” for its new products back in 1984 — here are some highlights from over the years.


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