Best iPad Accessories 2020: Charger, Monitor, Keyboard, Case, Pencil


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Apple announced a brand-new version of the iPad Air at an event it held on September 15. The update brings a totally refreshed design, the fastest processor available on any iPhone or iPad.

While the new model doesn’t

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iPhone 12 should have Touch ID like the iPad Air — but it probably won’t

Apple’s new iPad Air integrates Touch ID into a button on the side of the iPad.


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One of the best new Apple features introduced during our unusual times may not appear in the iPhone 12. It may not arrive on any iPhone until next year — if at all. Apple’s

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Preorder the 2020 iPad and iPad Air: Here’s how to get Apple’s new tablets

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At Tuesday’s Apple event, Tim Cook introduced two new iPads: a new entry-level model, the eighth-generation 10.2-inch iPad, and a new, larger and more expensive iPad Air featuring a 10.9-inch display, A14 Bionic chip and an enhanced version of Touch ID. The new models are available now for

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Apple patents anti-glare glass for iPhone and iPad

Apple introduced a nano-texture glass option when it launched the Pro Display XDR at the end of 2019, and then added this screen option, for a hefty surcharge, to the 27in iMac in August. Now it appears that the company is looking into way to apply a similar treatment to more of its screens in order to minimise reflections.

Apple has applied for patent for “Antireflective Treatment for Textured Enclosure

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Apple Eighth-Gen iPad review: Delivering value

At this point, overhauling the iPad would be like reinventing the wheel. So, with the brand-new eighth-gen iPad (starting at $329), Apple continues to finesse it.

It keeps the classic (and iconic) design that the seventh-gen and previous generations before it set forth. There’s no flashy multi-camera setup on the back or even a more modern design. The screen has been stretched closer to the edges to meet 10.2-inches, but

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iPad Pro vs. Microsoft Surface Book 3: Which tablet-laptop hybrid is best?

For an industry fixated on constant change, the traditional “clamshell” laptop design — from the MacBook Pro to the Dell XPS 13 to many, many others — has endured for a long time. But the past few years have seen imaginative hybrid devices that act as both tablets and laptops, become increasingly viable alternatives. This is after years of less-than-successful attempts to mind-meld the two, going back to the days

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iPad on Sale, iPhone 12 Leaked And More

Apple is always in the news. As the stock meanders up and down this week, still nearly 20% off the all-time highs, developments about the company keep popping up. Here are some of the most interesting ones today, along with my commentary on each.

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The new iPad 8 generation has just been announced, and it is already being discounted – by third-party vendors Amazon and Walmart at

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iPhone 12 should steal iPad Air’s new Touch ID — it’s perfect for COVID-19 times

Apple’s new iPad Air integrates Touch ID into a button on the side of the iPad. 


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Apple’s new iPad Air relocates Touch ID to a button on the edge of the device. The company’s upcoming iPhone 12 lineup should do something similar, giving users an option between unlocking their iPhone using

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Useful Accessories for Apple’s iPad Pro

Apple’s iPad Pro is more powerful than many laptop computers on the market, and with the right accessories, it can be just as useful as a standard MacBook. For those of you who have iPad Pros and are looking to boost productivity, or for those who are planning to get an ‌iPad Pro‌ and are pre-shopping for accessories, we’ve rounded up some useful ‌iPad Pro‌ accessory options in our latest

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iPad Air is getting bigger and more colorful. Everything to know about Apple’s newest tablets

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It’s iPad time.


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The holiday shopping season is fast approaching and Apple has begun lining up its new devices, including its latest entry-level iPad and iPad Air, which the tech giant revealed at a launch event Tuesday.

The new iPad Air gets a bigger screen, at 10.9 inches from 10.5. That

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Apple leaves iPhone out; updates Watch, iPad

Apple left those hoping for a new 5G iPhone disappointed, instead showcasing iPad performance upgrades, refreshed Watch models, fitness and subscription services in an annual event usually headlined by its smartphones.

A redesigned iPad Air features Apple’s A14 bionic chip, capable of processing up to 11 trillion operations per second and providing increases in CPU and GPU speeds of 40 per cent and 30 per cent respectively compared with the

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Apple iPad Air, Watch Series 6 launched: Check price, features



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While a few smartphone lovers might have been disappointed that Apple didn’t launch the new iPhone models during its ‘Time Flies’ event, the tech giant had few others reasons for them to cheer for. The Cupertino-based tech giant introduced new Watch Series 6 with a revolutionary Blood Oxygen sensor in the Covid-19 times and an iPad Air with industry-first A14 bionic chip. 

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Everything Apple Announced: Apple Watch 6, Apple Watch SE, iPad Air, Fitness+

Apple also announced a subscription service for streamed workouts that seems aimed squarely at taking on Peloton and other companies capitalizing on the home fitness trend.

Tell us what you think about these new products in the comments below. (Register here for an account.)

The new Fitness+ service offers video streams of workouts in an array of categories like yoga, cycling, strength training, high-intensity interval training, and dance. You can

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Apple Introduces Redesigned 10.9-Inch iPad Air With A14 Chip, All-Screen Design, Touch ID in Power Button, and USB-C

Apple today introduced a redesigned iPad Air with slimmer bezels, paving the way for an all-screen design similar to recent iPad Pro models. In addition, the new iPad Air is the first Apple device with Touch ID built into the power button.


The new iPad Air is powered by the new 5nm-based, six-core A14 Bionic chip for up to 40 percent faster performance and up to 30 percent faster graphics

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New iPad Air brings updated design, A14 Bionic processor, and more

Apple is announcing a host of new products at its Time Flies event. It just announced the Apple Watch Series 6, and Watch SE. Now, moving to iPads, the company is updating its vanilla and Air lineup of the tablets. The new iPad Air has evolved to look like the iPad Pro 2018. It comes with thinner bezels, with “precisely machined” top button. The new iPad Air is being made

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New Apple Watch, iPad Air and More

It’s September, which it means its time for a new Apple hardware event. In this case, it was quite literal because the Apple Watch Series, as well as the iPad Air, were the focus this year. As predicted last week, this was not an iPhone 12 launch. Here’s everything we got instead.

Apple Watch 6

The event kicked off with the brand new Apple Watch Series 6.

The biggest upgrade

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Apple Store goes down ahead of Apple Watch & iPad ‘Time Flies’ event

Apple has taken the online Apple Store down, a move that typically preempts new product launches and other major updates, hours ahead of Tuesday’s “Time Flies” special event.

At approximately 7am eastern time, Apple took down its online store, preventing customers from making purchases. Instead, visitors to the store are greeted by a black screen featuring an animated Apple logo and the text “Be right back. We’re making updates

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iPhone giant unveils Series 6 Watch with blood oxygen monitor, new iPad and Apple One subscription bundle

Apple also launched a lower-cost smartwatch, expanding its range as it sought to make the Apple Watch a potential first device for children. The Apple Watch SE, the first time it has launched a cheaper watch alongside a new model, costs £269 compared to the £379 of its higher-end Series 6.

It came as Apple said children will be able to use the watch without an accompanying iPhone, with

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iPad 8 vs. iPad Air 4: How Apple’s new tablets compare

Apple revamped its iPad lineup during its Sept. 15 Time Flies event, introducing new versions of both the standard iPad and the iPad Air. Those updates join the new iPad Pro Apple introduced earlier this year.

The iPad 8 largely centers around a processor upgrade that should improve the performance on Apple’s most widely used tablet. As welcome as the A12 processor will be to the iPad 8, though, the

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