Apple made a couple of announcements at their October 30th event, including a new MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iPad Pro.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of when Apple first introduced the App Store for iOS, back on July 10th, 2008.
Apple made a few announcements during their WWDC 2018 keynote include updates to iOS, macOS and more.
Even since the introduction of the iPad back in 2010, Apple touted the device as a great device for consumption. Whether it was apps or games to watching movies and TV shows, the iPad was great for all of that.
Apple has updated their 9.7-inch iPad, now with support for the Apple Pencil and improved specs. The company also announced what they’re doing to “spark student creativity” in the classroom.
Niantic has announced an upcoming update for the iOS version of Pokémon GO, which will bring an enhanced augmented reality experience with the new AR+ mode.
Apple says that iOS 11 is the “biggest software release ever for iPad” and for the most part, they’re right. While iOS 11 doesn’t bring a lot of improvements to iPhones, there are a lot of new features that are exclusive to iPad.
Ever since Apple announced their latest iPhones had wireless charging, accessory makers like Belkin and Mophie have been announcing new wireless charging pads for the new iPhones.
Even though the iPad has only been around for seven years, it has revolutionized how we think of computing and started the tablet revolution. And since 2010, Apple has stuck to the 9.7-inch screen size for the main iPad line, until they introduced the 12.9-inch iPad Pro back in 2015.
Apple has announced that the public beta of their upcoming macOS High Sierra is now available.