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Apple’s “Pencil” now works with its iWork toolkit

Apple is bringing its pencil to the masses. The pencil tool will now work across Apple’s suite of iWork tools — including the popular Pages (document creation) Numbers (its spreadsheet app), and Keynote (for presentations) apps — on the low-cost iPad that Apple first brought to market last year. At an event today in Chicago, Apple announced its latest iPad, in a bid to ... Read More »

Apple’s 2019 Mac Pro will be shaped by workflows

A year ago, I visited the Apple campus in Cupertino to figure out where the hell the new Mac Pro was. I joined a round-table discussion with Apple SVPs and a handful of reporters to get the skinny on what was taking so long. The answer, it turns out, was that Apple had decided to start completely over with the ... Read More »

Chrome OS tablet, OnePlus 6 confirmed, and Apple’s new 9.7 inch iPad (MobileTechRoundup #428)

We are past the frenzy of mobile phone announcements, but that just means Kevin and I can now purchase and further test mobile devices as they launch. In MobileTechRoundup show #428 we started with a new iPad discussion that after the show has me doubting my purchase. Image: ZDNet How’s that new iPad working for Matt? New Spotify hardware for ... Read More »

What Apple’s education announcements mean for accessibility

From an accessibility news standpoint, this week’s Apple event in Chicago was antithetical to the October 2016 event. At the latter event, Apple began the presentation with a bang — showing the actual video being edited using Switch Control in Final Cut. Tim Cook came out afterwards to talk some about Apple’s commitment to serving the disabled community before unveiling the ... Read More »

Apple’s new $329 iPad and iOS 11.3 release temper my wanderlust

Last month I wrote about my love of the Apple iPhone X and then the new shiny thing, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, showed up. dear apple iOS is now a toxic hellstew You know what they say about karma. Read More After more than three weeks of use, it has already worn off the shine and my iPhone X ... Read More »

Apple doubles down on book creation with iPad app

Apple’s ebook creation tools – first launched in 2012 – have long played an interesting if minor role in the ecosystem. While Amazon has the indie book world sewn up with Kindle Direct Publishing, the desktop-based iBooks Author has always been the multimedia alternative and a favorite for folks creating one-off texts. Although there are no clear numbers (the last ... Read More »

Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad for students: Price, release date, specs, and features

Apple is introducing a new 9.7-inch iPad expected to begin shipping next week. (CNET/CBS Interactive) Apple is introducing an updated 9.7-inch iPad focused on schools, students, and teachers with Apple Pencil support and other education tools. Apple held an event at a public high school in Chicago to unveil the new tablet, expected to take on Google’s Chrome OS in ... Read More »

Apple could be announcing a new cheap iPad

According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple could be unveiling a new version of its entry-level iPad at its event next week. The company is holding a press event on March 27 in Chicago. And the only thing that we know is that the event is going to be focused on the education market. Apple launched a cheap iPad ... Read More »

Apple’s education event has elephant in the room named Google

Apple in the Enterprise: A Strategic Guide Once a pariah in the enterprise, Apple has quietly emerged as a darling of executives and professionals because of the ease of use of the iPhone and the iPad. We look at how the influx of Apple devices is changing the tech landscape in business. Read More Apple is holding an event at ... Read More »

Discord partners with esports teams to launch Verified Servers

Discord, the voice and text chat app for gamers, is today announcing a new partnership with a number of eSports teams for the launch of Discord Verified Servers. Verified servers ensure that users know they’re communicating with an official source, similar to verified accounts on other social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Alongside using these servers for their ... Read More »

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