Available October 26th, the 10th-generation Apple iPad comes in four brilliant colors, all of which have an all-screen design boasting a large 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display. It’s powered by the A14 Bionic chip, which not only offers faster performance, but also all-day battery life.
Apple’s iPadOS 16 was previewed at WWDC 2022 yesterday, and this update takes full advantage of the M1 chip’s power, starting with Stage Manager, which brings a new way to multitask with multiple overlapping windows and full external display support. You can also collaborate easier than ever with new ways to begin working with others in apps across the system using Messages.
The iconic Tetris puzzle game is back, but with a rhythmical twist. Available now on Apple Arcade, Tetris Beat combines tile-matching gameplay with innovative rhythm mechanics and features exclusive music from a diverse lineup of trending artists, like Alison Wonderland.
Steve Jobs unveiled the first-generation Apple iPad on January 27, 2010 and it was ahead of its time. At 0.5-inches thick, it weighed in at 1.5-pounds, which was thinner than any laptop or netbook over a decade ago, and had 12 exclusive apps designed just for the device. What set the iPad apart from its competitors was the library of over 140,000 apps, and next-generation multi-touch functionality.
Apple’s Magic Keyboard for the new iPad Pro is now shipping to customers, and some have already arrived. This accessory makes use of the new trackpad support introduced in iPadOS 13.4 and attaches magnetically to iPad Pro. A floating cantilevered design allows you to make smooth adjustments of the viewing angle, all the way up to 130-degrees.