1. How to turn on & turn off the iPad Pro

    How to turn on & turn off the iPad Pro

    Powering on is the same as before: press and hold the power button at the top right. But you turn off the iPad Pro by pressing and holding both the power button and one of the volume buttons (up or down - it doesn't matter). Hold them down until the power-off slider appears, then swipe across...
  2. How to bring up the dock in iOS 12

    How to bring up the dock in iOS 12

    This is for the new iPad Pro 2018 running iOS 12, this device doesn't have the home button anymore. There are multiple functions activated by swiping up from the bottom of the screen, depending on how quickly you do it and how far up you swipe. Let's say you're in an app. Slowly swipe your...
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    iOS 10 adoption rate surges past 50 percent in less than a month

    More than half of Apple’s iDevices are now running the latest version of iOS according to official data from Apple. On its developer support website, Apple notes that 54 percent of devices that have accessed the App Store as of October 7 were using iOS 10. That’s an impressive accomplishment...
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    iPhone 7 & iPhone 7+

    What are peoples thoughts on the iPhone 7 that has been released recently? I'm looking for a new phone so would like to hear what people think of the phones.
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    Apple's 9.7-inch iPad Pro will reportedly offer 32GB or 128GB of storage, priced from $599

    Apple's next launch event is just around the corner, with reports suggesting to expect a new iPhone with a smaller form factor, and a little brother for the gargantuan iPad Pro. Now there's even more information surfacing about the latter device, courtesy of 9to5Mac. The new iPad Pro is...
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    Apple will most likely not be including wireless earphones with next iPhone

    There have been a lot of rumors about Apple reportedly nixing the headphone jack on its next high-end iPhone, and many have also speculated that Apple would include a set of wireless earphones with the device to accommodate the change. Although that might happen some day, it looks like Apple...
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    Apple keeps your conversations with Siri for two years

    Source: Neowin