The 12.9-inch iPad Pro was unveiled along with a new stylus-like device and a ‘Smart Keyboard’ ahead of its November release date.
The iPad Pro, which was hailed as “the biggest news in iPad since the iPad” by Apple chief executive Tim Cook, features a 12.9-inch screen as well as a far faster processor.
Introducing the new iPad Pro
The device is the third size of iPad, following the introduction of the original iPad in 2010 and the iPad Mini in 2012. Its 32GB model will cost $799 when it goes on sale in November. As well as announcing the device, Apple unveiled two major new accessories – the “Apple Pencil”, a [...]
It’s almost as if Square has realised that its most well remembered game is actually still worth something as an IP, as beyond the PC-re-release a couple of years ago, it’s finally announced a full HD remastering is in the works – albeit with a modified combat system – and to top it all off, you can now play through the original game on your iPhone or iPad. This version is a port of the re-release, so has the same visuals as the original PC version and the additions made last year, like the ability to turn off random encounters if you want to make it somewhere without interruption, and the ability to max level your characters if you get bored with grinding. Controls will be handled [...]
Theres a number of small but significant tweaks to the Notification Center in iOS 9 which have made Apple’s catch-all drop down menu more useful and efficient.
One of the most common complaints about Notification Center in iOS 8 and prior is the inability to quickly clear all notification alerts from apps. Instead, users are required to clear alerts on an app-by-app basis.
With iOS 9, Apple has made it somewhat easier to clear notifications, as alerts are now sorted, by default, on a daily basis. This means that users can clear all notifications from today, regardless of the number of apps that may have sent out alerts.
While there [...]