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Apple welcomes the seventh-generation iPad
Apple seems to be tweaking bits and pieces without coming up with anything radically different – except that it was built to fit with Apple’s iPadOS system.
Hands-on review: The middle-of-the-road 2019 iPad Air
Apple's 2019 iPad Air falls squarely in the middle of the workhorse iPad Pro and the entry-level iPad in terms of price point and specification.
New iPadOS powers unique experiences designed for iPad
“iPadOS delivers exciting features, including a new Home screen with widgets, more powerful multitasking and new tools."
Apple launches revamped iPad Air & iPad mini
Apple loves tinkering with its existing product lines and coming up with new ways to make things more powerful – and both the iPad Air and iPad mini seem to be no exception.
IDC - Tablets shipments continue steady decline in Q2
Slate tablets accounted for the majority of the market with 28.4 million units, down 14.5% from the previous year.
Hands-on review: Apple iPad 9.7”, part two
There is so much to say about the Apple iPad and its new A10 Fusion chip that one article just wasn’t enough.
Hands-on review: Apple iPad 9.7”, part one
After a few hours of playing, I can tell you that this new iPad is lightning fast.
Apple reveals their latest 9.7-inch iPad
The new iPad aims to be more versatile, durable and capable.
Auckland Night Noodle Market goes cashless
There will be an estimated 400,000 individual transactions across the events in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington...
Hands-on Review: iPad Pro 12.9”
Apple states simply, “Anything you can do, you can do better,” and I wholeheartedly agree.
Studio Proper on track for expansion in NZ
The enterprise iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch accessory manufacturer is looking for local partners to continue its momentum.
The doomsayers of Apple
Apple is no longer sure if it is a producer of phones, tablets or computers, will this lead to their doom?
School IT procurement survey finds out which tech wins
A recent survey has asked schools what their IT preferences are for digital devices in the classroom. Which product would be best for you?
Rumour: New iPad Pro 10.5" coming next month
Apple has been rumoured to release a 10.5-inch iPad Pro for over a year now, and it’s expected to replace the current 9.7-inch model.
Phones, iPads and watch accessories oh my: Apple unveils new lineup and we've got all the pics
Apple has announced a whole bunch of exciting devices and accessories this morning, including a new phone, new iPad, Apple Watch accessories and more.
Apple gets expressive with awesome video editing app
The next social media trend could be hitting your screen soon with Apple’s announcement today of their newest app, Clips.
Learning to code gets even easier with Apple's Swift Playgrounds
Apple’s Swift Playground learning tool has been updated and is now available is five additional languages.
Apple updates 9.7-inch iPad with better display and performance
“iPad is the world’s most popular tablet. And now it is even more affordable."
Apple devices are easier to use than rival devices, says Jamf
The Jamf survey also showed that Apple is gaining within the enterprise.
Apple’s first quarter results are out – and the news is (mostly) good
And they've done it - Apple proves that they can grow revenue for the first time in a year.
Hands-on review: STM Dux Hardshell case range
We look at the latest range of protection equipment from Australian manufacturer STM
Are iPads suitable for the classroom or are their days done?
According to the Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal, almost 90% of teachers and 74% of students preferred laptops over tablets.
Apple and SAP partner up, take on the enterprise app space
“This partnership will transform how iPhone and iPad are used in enterprise by bringing together iOS with SAP’s deep expertise in business software."
Apple remains top dog of declining tablet market
"Tablet shipment results were mediocre following impressive fourth-quarter performances that were supported by the peak season demand."