Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro models will feature a USB-C port instead of a traditional Lightning port, according to information gathered from accessory makers at the Global Source Mobile Electronics Trade Fair by Japanese site Mac Otakara.
The trade fair kicked off today and Mac Otakara heard „talk“ from manufacturers attending the event about a switch to USB-C.
iPad Pro mockup by Álvaro Pabesio This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of Apple’s plans to adopt USB-C instead of Lightning on its new iPad Pro models, which would further bridge the gap between mobile device and computer.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who often [...]
Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller today made a surprise appearance at Adobe’s MAX conference, which saw Adobe previewing a full version of Photoshop on the iPad, set to be released in 2019.
Adobe’s upcoming version of Photoshop is „not watered down“ and is version of Photoshop with all of the assets and tools needed to create the same projects you can make on the desktop on the iPad. According to Adobe, Photoshop for iPad would not have been possible without the company’s close work by Apple and the power of the iPad Pro.
According to Phil Schiller, Adobe is excited about the upcoming version of Photoshop for iPad and can’t [...]
Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro could be one of its thinnest devices yet, measuring in at just 5.9mm thick, based on details shared by a leaker on Twitter who previously provided accurate details on the iPhone XS and XR ahead of launch.
According to Twitter user CoinCoin, the upcoming iPad Pro will measure in at just 5.9mm, and due to its thinness, there will be no room for Apple to include a headphone jack.
Of course no headphone jack on the upcoming new iPad. 5.9mm thickness is pretty good though.
— CoinCoin (@coiiiiiiiin) October 12, 2018
The 5.9mm estimate matches up with alleged iPad Pro dimensions shared [...]
The Wi-Fi Alliance, dedicated to developing new wireless networking standards, is planning to make Wi-Fi naming simpler with the upcoming launch of the newest Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ax.
802.11ax will be known as „Wi-Fi 6,“ making it easier for Wi-Fi users to understand the difference between 802.11ax, 802.11ac, and 802.11n.
With the launch of Wi-Fi 6, 802.11ac will be known as „Wi-Fi 5,“ while 802.11n will be known as „Wi-Fi 4.“
„For nearly two decades, Wi-Fi users have had to sort through technical naming conventions to determine if their devices support the latest Wi-Fi,“ said Edgar Figueroa, president and [...]