Analysts say it's not just the iPad. Consumers have been holding on to their tablets longer, opting to buy bigger-screen iPhones and Mac computers instead. It's also been years since Apple has spurred demand by offering any big jumps in technology or a radically new take on its tablet. The company, which has long claimed the iPad's weakness is a "speed bump," is counting on new initiatives to turn things around. One example is a partnership with IBM announced last year and intended to increase iPad sales to business users.
The iPad Pro might help jump-start demand, The tech industry has increasingly been embracing devices that convert between tablets and laptops, and Apple could benefit from offering a similar device, What's interesting about some of these moves, however, is they borrow from industry trends that have been happening for the past couple of years, Microsoft, for example, announced a keyboard cover for its Surface tablet-computer when it launched in 2012, then added a stylus a year later, The Apple Pencil, meanwhile, runs counter to the strong opinion of company co-founder Steve Jobs, who chastised the technology when he announced the original iPhone in 2007, "Who wants a stylus?" Jobs said at the time, complaining that the accessory is annoying to carry around and store, "Nobody wants a stylus, So let's not use a stylus."Aside from those peripherals, Apple also included other technologies to make the iPad Pro appealing, such as a battery that can last 10 hours, and four speakers -- two on each side, The company said it was able to achieve this by using new technologies in the device, such as a so-called "variable" and so the adventure begins iphone case screen that can conserve power when it's not displaying images as often, The iPad Pro also has more-capable computing power coming from its chip, called the "A9X," which delivers speeds nearly twice as fast as those of PCs sold in stores today..
The whole device fits in a frame that's slightly thicker than that of the current iPad, Apple said, and weighs about the same as the original iPad at a little over 1.5 pounds. See all of today's Apple news. With worldwide demand for tablets dropping, Apple follows a new trend intended to make tablets more like laptop computers. Apple's answer for slowing iPad sales: Supersize it. That's what CEO Tim Cook announced Wednesday, unveiling a new, larger version of the tablet. Called the iPad Pro, the device features a 12.9-inch screen that's designed to be used with two hands, and the ability to run two apps side by side. The goal is to prove the iPad can be more than just a device for surfing the Web and watching videos.
The consumer electronics giant on Wednesday showed off apps including Facebook's Messenger chat app, a GoPro camera remote app and translation tool iTranslate, The new apps will run directly on Apple Watches, a change that takes advantage of updates to and so the adventure begins iphone case the operating system, Apple said in June that it was changing its WatchKit software, a set of tools enabling developers to create apps for the Apple Watch, to let apps run directly on the device, Previously, all apps had to run through an iPhone, which connects to the watch..
"Apple Watch is helping our users live a better day," said Apple CEO Tim Cook at a press event in San Francisco. Getting popular, useful apps on the Apple Watch is crucial for the Cupertino, California, company. When Apple debuted the watch a year ago, it immediately sparked interest in the nascent smartwatch market. But Apple has had limited success as consumers debate whether they need computers on their wrists. Having meaningful features on a smartwatch would go a long way to convince potential buyers. Meanwhile, rivals from Google to Samsung are jostling to lure developers to their platforms to make the watches that use their software more attractive.
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