Apple may launch its AR headset with third-party help early next year

Apple could release its long-rumored augmented reality headset before mid next year. According to a note obtained by 9to5Mac, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a strong track record when it comes to Apple predictions, says the company will launch the dev...

2020 iPhones may take design cues from the iPhone 4

The iPhone 11, which was revealed earlier this month, bears more than a passing resemblance to both the iPhone X and iPhone XS. That's a bit of a bummer, since we'll have been stuck with roughly the same design for three years (not to mention that th...

Adobe’s Fresco drawing and painting app is now available for iPad

If the early impressions of Adobe Fresco nabbed your interest, you're in luck. The powerful drawing and painting app is now available for everyone to use on iPad. As you might expect, Creative Cloud subscribers will have the fastest access, and Fresc...

iPad Pro leak suggests tablet photography just won’t die

One notable omission from last week's iPhone launch event was a new iPad Pro, but now we have some idea of what to expect from Apple's latest pro-level tablet. The blog of frequent Apple leaker Sonny Dickson shared what they claim is a "final design"...

Apple’s keyboard folio shouldn’t cost half the price of its new cheap iPad

When Apple announced a new base model iPad with a larger screen and a smart connector, I was hooked. I've been fixated with buying a new iPad precisely because of the smart keyboard folio, but it's been a little pricey. For me, that one accessory is...

MagicDock literally gives your iPad Pro a desktop computing experience

Adjustable stand, landscape/portrait switching, USB hub, the Magic Dock for the iPad Pro packs it all. Designed by Steve Warren, who noticed exactly how powerful the iPad Pro was, but how limiting the stands for it on the market were, the MagicDock for the iPad Pro turns your tablet into a touchscreen desktop, like a Wacom Cintiq or a miniature Microsoft Surface Studio. The dock comes with a neat magnetic baseplate that the iPad Pro simply snaps to, and adjustable arms that let you place the iPad at practically any angle. In fact, a swivel-hinge on the baseplate even lets you switch between landscape and portrait modes.

You could use the iPad Pro with its most popular accessory, the Apple Pencil, or you could plug a keyboard and mouse into the iPad Pro using the MagicDock’s USB hub at the back. The dock’s rear-facing hub even comes with an HDMI port, in case your work setup requires an external display, and the good-old headphone jack, for work as well as entertainment purposes… and when you’re done, the iPad Pro snaps right off, thanks to the MagicDock’s reliable magnetic fixture system!

Designer: Steve Warren

iPhone Pro, new iPad and 16-inch MacBook Pro details emerge

As usual before the fall, Apple's next batch of products are coming into focus. A Bloomberg report has given us our best glimpse yet at the new hardware, including "Pro" iPhones that'll replace the XS and XS Max, refreshed iPads and iPad Pro models,...

Best Buy’s weekend sale takes up to $600 off the pricey iPad Pro

Best Buy is running another massive 3-day weekend sale. If that sounds familiar, it's because the retailer slashed prices just a few weeks ago. This time around, Best Buy is cutting prices on the latest entry-level MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. It's o...

LG’s updated UltraFine 5K display works with your iPad Pro

LG's UltraFine 5K Display has returned after a months-long hiatus, although you might not scramble to get one depending on what device you're using. The updated version of the 27-inch monitor is compatible with the USB-C output from recent iPad Pros,...