The Week in iPad Cases: Backpacks, for when you need to carry more than just …

27 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple iOS9 release date officially confirmed for September 16.

The iPad Air 2 only came with 2GB of RAM, and from what we can only assume, the new iPhones still feature 1GB of RAM, or at most it has been upgraded to 2GB.

Elsewhere, the rear iSight camera has also been upgraded with 12 mega pixels and 4K video recording ability alongside a new “live photos” feature that turns your still images in to moments of animation. “Dubbed the “Apple Pencil”, this $99 accessory is “not meant to be a typical stylus“, Apple explained, but is designed to make “drawing and sketching feel remarkably fluid and natural”, according to the company“. Apple also trimmed off some of the size of the iPad mini 4: it is 0.24 inches thick and 0.65 pounds, as compared to the 0.29 inches thick and 0.73 pounds of its predecessor. “iPad is the clearest expression of our vision of the future of personal computing”, Cook told the crowd, adding that the model is “the biggest news in iPad since iPad“. We won’t know the answer to that for another couple of weeks, but the big difference is that the new professional-orientated iPad Pro is still based around Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 9, where Microsoft uses a full desktop OS thanks to Windows 10.

And keeping in mind the bendgate of iPhone 6 Plus, Apple has strengthened the durability of the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus with the use of 7000 series aluminum. The iPhone 6S will be available in gold, silver, space grey and the new rose gold metallic finishes, with recommended retail prices ranging from $1199 to $1699. Last night, Apple launched its Pencil – a new product that looks a lot like a stylus.It was launched as a way of interacting with the iPad Pro, the company’s huge new business-focused tablet. If you are in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, United Kingdom or the USA, the pre-orders go live from September 12 and the actual sales start from September 25, 2015.

One of the key features that will be introduced by Apple’s iOS 9 in the iPad will be a split screen mode, which will allow users to view two apps side-by-side on the screen. A new version of Apple TV, the company’s set-top streaming device, is coming out on October replete with a new remote armed a touchpad that allows more control over scrubbing over video and music.

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