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We're covering today's Apple event and giving our thoughts on a huge product roll-out this holiday season on the show. That includes new iPhones.
It goes out from Cupertino live at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern. And, if what Apple suggests pans out, it should be easier than ever to watch the event.
These 2018 iPad Pro 12.9 renders could give us an early look at what Apple will be announcing at its special event next week.
Among those factors, Face ID is included, the headphone jack goes away and old accessories won't work with this new iPad anymore.
Macs on Macs to upgrade through the end of the year plus bigger Apple Watch displays and updated AirPods. Plus some iPhones, who knows?
It's certainly not surprising to hear Apple could be working on two new iPad Pro variants, but the smaller 2018 model is expected to measure around 11 inches in screen diagonal.
We're still probably several months away from a new iPad Pro generation, but the existing one is already available at big discounts today only on Amazon.
iPhone X enthusiasm was present in the crucial holiday weekend indicator, but it was outshone by the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL percentage-wise.
For 24 hours only, Best Buy takes $100 off the price of the 64GB Wi-Fi-only iPad Pro 12.9 model, $125 off the 256 gig config, and $150 off the 512 GB-er.
Analyst Ming-chi Kuo believes that the TrueDepth camera will add to the list of differentiators from the regular iPad next model year.
A new Apple TV, new iPhones and new iPads are all getting the ability to stream Netflix content in HDR or in Dolby Vision.
The snazzy red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are apparently no more in the wake of the 8, 8 Plus and X announcements, while iPad Pros have become even pricier.
Why wait until November to score hefty discounts on the iPhone 6s, iPad Pros, as well as the Huawei Watch 2? Best Buy has you covered right now.
In the market for a new Mac or iPad Pro this back to school season? In keeping with tradition, Apple has some sweet Beats freebies in store for you.
WWDC brings the goods and we're not just talking about software. The HomePod and iMac Pro steal breath while the U11 gets a reputation adjustment.
The shipment terms are comparable to its competition, but Sprint is tiering its finance options based on each model's memory capacity.
In addition to Apple, Best Buy, T-Mobile and Verizon, AT&T is also accepting pre-orders for new 10.5 and 12.9-inch iPad Pros ahead of a launch next week.
Pre-orders begin now and you can get the iPad Pro in both 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch sizes fully financed if you've got good credit.
They're not much, but Best Buy's $25 and $50 coupons bundled with 10.5 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro pre-orders are still more than what Apple offers.
Expensive tablets need some financing, but that's what T-Mobile is here to offer for qualifying customers: $30 per month plus a healthy down payment.
That highly anticipated 10.5-inch iPad Pro is hardly bezelless, but it does reduce screen borders, also bringing the typical speed upgrades to the table.
We still don't know if Apple has two, three or even four new iPads in the pipeline, but we may find out in just a few days, according to reputable analysts.