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  • iPad Pro: Hands-On With Apple’s New Tablet For Professionals And Creatives

    Apple unveiled its tablet behemoth, the iPad Pro, today at its event. The gorgeous 12.9″ screen gives users enough screen real estate to engage in the split-screen multitasking that iOS 9 allows. That massive multitouch screen is powered by a next-generation A9X chip that’s 1.8x faster than the A8 before it. We went hands-on with the powerful new iPad Pro in the video above. Read More

  • New Cases and Bands for Apple Watch

    Hands On With The New Apple Watch Options

    Among this morning’s torrential blast of Apple news were a handful of new options for would-be Apple Watch buyers, from new finishes to fancy new watch bands. The Watch Sport now comes in a pinkish “rose” gold and a more traditional gold. Meanwhile, they’ve introduced a bunch of new colors for the plastic Sports band, adding pinks, brown, red, and a few blues to the… Read More

  • New Apple TV With Motion Sensor Remote

    First Look With The New, Siri-Enabled Apple TV

    Today at Apple’s media event we took a look at the new Apple TV. The new device is made for gaming and features an updated OS, dubbed “tvOS,” a touchpad remote that includes a motion sensor, and Siri voice control. The remote will let you fast-forward and rewind by pressing on the touch-sensitive trackpad and will let you move it around for playing games. Apple also… Read More

  • Apple Pencil: Hands-On With Apple’s Stylus For The iPad Pro

    After talking a good amount of smack over the years about styluses, today Apple revealed the Apple Pencil, an input device that allows iPad Pro users insanely pixel-precise input with almost no latency. The device is able to sense both pressure and tilt, enabling creatives a lot of freedom when it comes to content creation.
    We went hands-on with the new Apple Pencil in the video above. Read More

  • iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus: Hands-On With 3D Touch And Live Photos

    Today at the Apple event we went hands-on with the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The new devices feature an additional layer of sensors that makes them able to detect varying levels of pressure from fingers on the screen. This enables new interactions both on the home screen and inside apps, both native and third party. The new phones also feature 12 megapixel cameras capable of shooting… Read More

  • Watch All Of The Apple Videos From Today’s Event

    If you’ve ever watched an Apple press event, you have likely grown accustomed to the format. Usually, Tim Cook steps out on stage and throws around some numbers, like total iPhones sold, iOS market share, retail success, etc. Then we get down into the product introductions, which start with a real-life unveiling. But before Apple gets into the nitty gritty of new features, specs, etc. Read More

  • Apple’s Product Line Has More Color Diversity Than Its Executive Team

    Apple’s Product Line Has More Color Diversity Than Its Executive Team

    Apple put on a big event today in San Francisco to show off its new lineup of products and updates — from Apple Watch bands to the iPad Pro to the new Apple TV. Apple released a bunch of new Watch bands, showing off a wide range of diverse colors. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the people, mostly from Apple’s executive team, who took the stage to announce them. In… Read More

  • Apple’s New iPhones Still Start At Just 16GB Storage

    Apple’s New iPhones Still Start At Just 16GB Storage

    Despite hardware upgrades to the cameras of its new iPhones, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, announced today — including larger sensors that yield higher megapixel shots and support for 4K recording — the entry-level versions of each model still offer what is an increasingly parsimonious 16GB of storage. That compares unfavorably across the board with rival high end Android… Read More

  • Apple’s New iPhones Let You Snap Harry Potter-Like Animated Photos

    Apple’s New iPhones Let You Snap Harry Potter-Like Animated Photos

    Alongside the introduction of the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus smartphones, Apple today showed off a new way to shoot photos with these devices, which it’s calling “Live Photos.” The feature, which lets you snap photos that then animate like GIFs, takes advantage of the devices’ support for Force Touch. That is, the images appear still, but when you press down on them… Read More

  • iOS 9 Will Launch On September 16

    iOS 9 Will Launch On September 16

    Apple’s next mobile operating system, iOS 9, now has an official release date: September 16. The company first announced the update in June, with transit directions in Maps, a new Flipboard-style News app and promised improvements to Siri and Spotlight. There will also be iPad-specific features, including support for split-screen apps. Developers have already been able to try out… Read More

  • With New iPhone Upgrade Program, Get A New iPhone Every Year For $32/Month

    With New iPhone Upgrade Program, Get A New iPhone Every Year For $32/Month

    Today at Apple’s keynote, the company introduced a new program available in Apple Store in the U.S. The iPhone Upgrade Program is a 24-month payment plan with an option to upgrade for a new iPhone every year. It starts at $32 per month and includes AppleCare+. Read More

  • Here’s How Apple’s New Surface Compares To Microsoft’s Surface And Some Laptop

    Here’s How Apple’s New Surface Compares To Microsoft’s Surface And Some Laptop

    Apple announced a new iPad today at its media event. Yes, the iPad Pro is real, matching the various leaked statistics that have rattled around the media-scape for weeks. Pro users can pick up an external keyboard, and a stylus that Apple calls Pencil (capital P, of course). If that sounds familiar, it should. Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 can be kitted out in similar fashion, though its… Read More

  • Apple’s iPhone Market Grew 75% Year Over Year In China

    Apple’s iPhone Market Grew 75% Year Over Year In China

    Apple’s iPhone market grew 75 percent in China year over year, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced on stage today. The Greater China region is Apple’s second-largest market after the Americas. When Apple released the big-screened iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus last September, the company’s sales in China really took off. In Apple’s Q3 earnings, the company reported $13.2 billion… Read More

  • Apple Brings 3D Touch To The iPhone 6s

    Apple Brings 3D Touch To The iPhone 6s

    Apple just announced the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, a brand new phone in a familiar casing with a few tricks up its sleeve. In addition to new cameras and chip, the new phone features a new Force Touch-enabled display with ‘3D Touch’. It’s a big deal as it opens a brand new set of interactions for app developers, greatly increasing the number of possibilities for user… Read More

  • The New Apple TV Remote Packs A Touch Surface, Microphone And Motion Sensors

    The New Apple TV Remote Packs A Touch Surface, Microphone And Motion Sensors

    Apple just unveiled the new Apple TV, and it will come with a brand-new remote featuring a slew of new sensors and buttons. The top half of the remote is a glass surface, allowing users to swipe through Apple TV’s interface, or use it to fast forward and rewind through video. The device will also have a built-in microphone and dedicated Siri button, which can be used to enable… Read More

  • With The New Apple TV, Apple Is Getting Serious About Video Games

    With The New Apple TV, Apple Is Getting Serious About Video Games

    The Apple TV is a brand new beast. You shouldn’t compare it with previous iterations as you can do much more with it, starting with gaming. As expected, Apple announced a new App Store for the Apple TV, but this is just one part of the story. Read More