iPad Overview Updated January 22, 2019


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Introduced in 2010, the iPad was Apple’s “next big thing” following the success of the iPhone. Apple’s iPad runs iOS, the same mobile operating system that powers the iPhone, with features and optimizations only available on the tablet computer.

iPad is currently available in four Retina display screen sizes: 7.9-inch, 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch, and 12.9-inch.

Current Lineup:

Discontinued Models:

  • iPad Pro 9.7-inch
  • iPad Air 2
  • iPad Air
  • iPad (4th Generation)
  • iPad (3rd Generation)
  • iPad (2nd Generation)
  • iPad
  • iPad mini 3
  • iPad mini 2
  • iPad mini


iPad Stories Today

How to access Apple News in any country

Trying to access Apple News outside of the US, UK, or Australia? Read on for how to access Apple News in any country.

iPad Stories January 21

Apple first announced its Everyone Can Create curriculum at last year’s March education event – where the $329 9.7-inch iPad was launched. The course was made available in October, covering four areas: photography, music, video production and drawing.

The company has today announced that the iPad-based project guides are now available in four more languages – with a further two promised …

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iPad Stories January 17

There are a handful of USB-C portable monitors on the market, but a lot of them have mediocre reviews and include questionable trade-offs. A new Kickstarter campaign is looking to offer two compelling 15-inch USB-C portable monitors, a 4K model, and a 1080p touchscreen model which have hit over 700% funding in the first two hours.

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Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip

iPad Stories January 15

How to get around Activation Lock on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Having trouble with a locked iOS device? Follow along for how to get around Activation Lock on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

iPad Stories January 14

Anker unveils MFi USB-C to Lightning cables slated for March, Kickstarter-backed alternative promised for April

Last year we learned that Apple would be opening up its MFi program to USB-C/Lightning cables so third-parties can expand the options on the market (and offer cheaper alternatives). After seeing a preview of Belkin’s upcoming cables, Anker is out today with details about its options that will be arriving in March. Also, a lesser-known brand has just successfully met its funding goal on Kickstarter for a line of durable, braided nylon USB-C to Lightning cables and is promising to ship them by April.

I mostly control smart home devices via Siri, and even Steph has become a convert to the idea since we got HomePods.

But while both Siri and the Home app make things very simple for us, things are trickier for guests – which is why I decided to put an old iPad to work …

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