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Your old Apple Pencil won’t work on the 3rd Gen iPad Pro

The highly anticipated third-generation iPad Pro was announced at Apple’s event yesterday evening, and it looks to be a very capable design tablet. Its new Adobe Photoshop capability, along with the updated Apple Pencil that now charges wirelessly via magnetic attachment, will make it any designer’s dream machine. Unfortunately, in the Apple tradition of selling accessories you really need separat...[Read More]

Apple announces new iPad Pro tablets, in 11in and 12.9in flavours

It’s the event you’ve all been waiting for, ever since Apple announced it way back on 18 October. The company opted for a reveal event during South African work hours (the American ones go without saying) at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Howard Gilman Opera House rather than using their own campus, which should have been our first hint that Apple had something different in stor...[Read More]

How to watch Apple’s final announcement event for 2018

Apple’s going to reveal a mess of new devices this week, with their last event for 2018 kicking off on 30 October at 10:00 Eastern Time. For South African fans, that means that you’ll have to find a way to skive off work tomorrow afternoon — Apple’s presentation will start at 16:00 local time. We’re expecting all sorts of things to issue forth from the mouth of Apple ...[Read More]

A leaked icon may give us a glimpse at the upcoming iPad Pro

With the Apple event so close we can almost smell the freshly picked fruit, there has been a leak. Of course there’s been a leak. There’s always at least one leak this close to an event, and this time it’s the upcoming iPad Pro. The leaders in Apple leaks, 9to5Mac, spotted an iPad Pro icon in iOS 12. It’s a fairly basic design which shows the tablet with no home button, just like we expected. This...[Read More]

Apple confirms an event for 30 October, here’s what to expect

Apple has been busy this year, announcing three new handsets a few months ago, brand new OS updates across the board, and a slew of rumours about other hardware to follow. We’ll likely see the company’s new iPad Pro and Mac products at their just-announced 30 October event. The company sent out unique invite designs for the event, to a bunch of media across the world. Apple’s event will be h...[Read More]

Adobe is bringing the full version of Photoshop CC to Apple’s iPad in 2019

Sometimes you just want to design something but you’ve gone and left your MacBook at home because you’re on holiday and only needed an iPad. What’s a creative person to do? Wait a few months, first of all, and then whip out the iPad and do all of your designing on Photoshop CC. Adobe announced at their recent MAX event that they are bringing the full version of Photoshop CC to Ap...[Read More]

Google unveils its Pixel 3 phones, Google Slate and Google Hub… and we want them all

We know that, infuriatingly, Google doesn’t offer its hardware in South Africa, and if you want to get it you’ll either have to buy it from an importer, or bring it in yourself. But we also know that doesn’t mean you don’t want to know about it. Which is why we’re bringing you this round up of the announcements from Google’s Made By event for 2018. While the rum...[Read More]

iPad leaks suggest no home button, USB-C and a new Pencil

Following their iPhone event, this month we’re bound to see the reveal of Apple’s upcoming products, like the new iPad Pro models and some updated Macs. Today, conveniently on the day Google is set to announce their new product lineup, we’ve seen leaks appear online offering insights into the iPad Pro 2018 and accompanying devices. From the leaks, it’s evident that we will get four Wi-Fi-only mode...[Read More]

Scratching the Surface: Microsoft has announced a lot of new hardware

Microsoft has been making some good hardware of late, an idea that we still can’t quite wrap our heads around. They’re supposed to be great at operating systems and games consoles, terrible at phones, and excellent at peripherals. But if they keep on putting out computing hardware like the set announced last night at a New York event, we’re going to have to revise exactly what th...[Read More]

Apple iPad Pro leaked renders suggest we can expect one sleek tablet

As expected, the internet is smothered in Apple rumours this week, leading up to their launch event on 12 September 2018, and some renders of the upcoming Apple iPad Pro have surfaced. Okay, the leaked renders might not be the real thing — but they’re close enough to the real thing to share with the world, and they look as sleek as we’d expect from anything the Cupertino company ...[Read More]

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4 might ditch the fingerprint sensor for an iris scanner

Samsung is reportedly planning to ditch the fingerprint scanner on their next Tab release, but before you start yelling ‘security breach!’, hear them out… It’s almost certain the company will include its Intelligent Scan feature on the Galaxy Tab S4. The security feature makes use of an iris scanner and facial recognition tech at the same time, and is currently available on the Samsung Galax...[Read More]

Apple wants to put iPads on school desks

Digital classrooms are becoming more and more prominent around the world — even right here in Mzanzi, and Apple is moving into this new market. The newly announced cheaper 9.7 inch iPad has been reworked specifically with education in mind. The infamous iPad will look exactly like its predecessors, but will pack a few new features, including Apple Pencil support and updated software that wil...[Read More]

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