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But we already know it's going to be terrible.
This week's roundup of new iPad cases features This Is Ground's Mod Pro, an iPad travel bag that features an embedded Tile luggage tracker.
Slash through horrifying monsters with your finger in this cartoonish affair.
This week's roundup includes an app that helps you display and share your baby pics with maximum adorability.
Siri performs well in Apple’s ads, but in real life, it’s a different story.
A colleague wants high-contrast text while viewing a PDF.
Adding features to things is dumb.
Glenn and Susie talk about the end of free Hulu, Apple's next steps for the Apple TV, and why we have a public beta of iOS.
A security firm is offering up to US$500,000 for information on zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS, surpassing Apple's bug bounty just days after it was announced.
Apple's next big iPad app can turn just about anyone into a coder.
Kids and adults can learn to code with Swift Playgrounds, a free iPad app coming to iOS 10. Made by Apple engineers, it teaches the Swift programming language, but it’s fun like a puzzle game.
This week's roundup includes a kit that helps your kids master the basics of engineering, science, and math—and it's fun to boot.
New public betas for iOS 10 and macOS Sierra should follow shortly.
You can finally change up your username, while iOS players again get to use battery saver mode.
The new lock screen in iOS 10 gives you unprecedented use of your iPhone. But if you can get this much access without unlocking it, so can anyone else.
While most of iOS 10’s features were tailor-made for the iPhone, there are some features iPad enthusiasts will love.