Apple describes every release of iOS as a "major upgrade," and I usually have a problem with that.
Recent iPad Pro Stories
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It looks like Apple has finally found a way to reverse years of declining iPad sales: Lower the price.
I’ve done everything reasonable—and some things unreasonable—to see whether Apple’s iPad Pro could be used as a laptop replacement.
A week ahead of its expected public beta, Apple has released iOS 11 Developer Beta 2, adding new features like Do Not Disturb While Driving.
With the latest iPad Pro and iOS 11, Apple is finally moving the needle on iPad-based productivity. Here's what to expect.
For the past two years or so I've been openly contemplating what would happen if Apple evolved the iPad into a true productivity PC. That day hasn't arrived yet.
This week, Apple announced the third generation of its iPad Pro family, which will be available starting next week in 10.5- and 12.9-inch models.
Apple and Microsoft seem to be on the same trajectory when it comes to adding active pen support to their newest hybrid PCs. But Apple has eked out a win this time with the new iPad Pro.
Apple announced a slew of new products, including iOS 11, new iMac and MacBook Pros, a new iPad Pro, and a Siri-powered HomePod speaker.
Microsoft's Surface beat out Apple's iPad in the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Study. But this win is bigger than Surface, I think. And it says a lot about the state of innovation in personal computing these days.
As Microsoft pushes forward with key platform differentiators, its competitors have responded in kind by eliminating or at least softening Microsoft's advantages.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has finally taken Apple CEO Tim Cook to task for his hypocritical comments about 2-in-1 PCs.
Did you hear about yesterday's big Apple news? No, I don't mean the iPhone 7 or the new Apple Watch: Those were telegraphed months in advance. The big news. I'm referring instead to the iPad, which Apple also updated yesterday. Just not in the ways you'd expect.
For the past several years, I've had an uneasy relationship with tablets, and I think I've finally figured out why: Tablets are an imperfect solution to a problem that few people actually have. And I don't know why we keep trying to pretend otherwise.