Apple is launching the 10.5-inch iPad mainly because 10-inch and larger tablets have been popular among enterprises and the education sector in the US, the sources said. Its existing 9.7-inch iPad may be too small and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro too expensive for such procurement, the sources indicated.
According to DigiTimes, Apple will release a 10.5-inch “education and enterprise” tablet as part of its iPad line-up next year. The 10.5-inch iPad is said to be equipped with Apple’s A10X processor, also expected in next year’s refreshed line-up, with production slated to begin next month.
A number of claims have emerged recently suggesting Apple plans to extend its iPad line-up with a new tablet dimension in the 10-inch range. Earlier this month, Barclays analysts claimed Apple will release a bezel-free 10.9-inch model alongside refreshed 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPads, citing its own supply chain sources, while in October Japanese website Mac Otakara said a new 10.1-inch iPad Pro would launch in early 2017.
Months after speculations emerged of popular instant messenger WhatsApp introducing video call on its platform, the first screenshots in tandem with the rumour have emerged. The screenshots from a beta testing version of the app, reflecting a Video Call button in the connecting options, indicate the feature may be rolled out in the next update for WhatsApp, the date for which is still unknown.
PhoneRadar, which got hold of some screenshots of the beta version of the app for iOS, reported how a video camera icon, just like the one in Facebook Messenger, is placed on the top right corner of the chat window. Additionally, one can also select the Video Call feature from a list of connectivity options like call or message a contact.
This morning my iPhone pop out a notification to asked me to update to latest iOS 7.1.2. This has been long wait update after the issue of non-encrypted eMail attachments, and Apple promised to release a fix. And this update also the first iOS 7 update after the announcement of iOS 8 in Apple WWDC 14.
This update size range from 20 – 30+ MB, depends on your iOS devices (iPhone 4, 5, 5C, 5S, iPad 2, the New iPad, iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad mini with retina display, and 5th generation iPod touch). Continue reading Apple iOS 7.1.2 Update→