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the ipad pro is a killer machine, but its software is killing me

Nobody needed to convince me that Apple’s at the top of its game when it comes to designing iPad hardware. The 2018 iPad Pro was so fast that more than two years later, it can handle more or less anything that you can throw at it. The 2020 iPad Pro was essentially the same speed – and it didn’t matter. So here comes the 2021 iPad Pro, which is an even more extreme dunk in terms of features. Adding an M1 processor isn’t going to add the same boost as it did on the Mac side, because the iPad Pro was always powered by an energy-efficient Apple processor. But it’s still an upgrade of two processor generations, and that matters. A new display on the larger model allows Apple to set…

4 min
all of the apple products we’re still expecting in 2021

Apple’s Spring Loaded event absolutely lived up to its name, bringing a slew of new products, from the colourful 24in iMac to the 12.9in iPad Pro’s gorgeous Liquid Retina XDR display. But now that it’s over, we can turn our attention to the rest of the year. Here are all the products we’re expecting Apple to announce before the calendar turns to 2022. MAY-JUNE AirPods (3rd generation) We initially thought that new AirPods were coming at the Spring Loaded event, but Apple opted to skip audio products entirely. But based on the leaks and the rumours, they could arrive at any time between now and the iPhone event in the autumn. Seemingly accurate images leaked months ago showing a pair of earbuds that look a lot like the AirPods Pro, with shorter stems…

6 min
14 significant apple event news you may have missed

There was a lot of new stuff announced at Apple’s Spring Loaded event. By now you’ve already read about the new iPad Pro, purple iPhone, AirTag and Siri Remote, but there are a bunch of smaller announcements you might have missed. 1. THE 12.9IN iPAD PRO IS A LOT MORE EXPENSIVE The iPad Pro has never been cheap, but the new model has some serious sticker shock. Where the previous iPad Pro topped out at £1,649 for the 12.9in model with LTE and a gigabyte of storage, the same model will now cost £1,999 and you can spend as much as £2,149 on the 2TB model. That’s because the base price has increased by £100, Apple is charging £200 more for the same 1TB storage, and the cellular costs have jumped by…

2 min
ios 14.6: apple releases beta 1 to public beta testers

Apple started testing iOS 14.6 before the big iOS 14.5 release even went out to the general public. With iOS 15 expected to begin testing at WWDC in June, many users thought iOS 14.5 would be the last release in the iOS 14 branch. It appears that Apple is not quite done iterating, and so we’ll get iOS 14.6 as well. HOW TO GET THE iOS 14.6 BETA If you’re feeling brave, you can try out iOS 14.6 before its general release. Apple suggests you do not run the beta on any critical device, and that’s good advice – you never know what can go wrong. Developers can go head to developer.apple.com/download on the device upon which they which to run the beta, and download a developer beta profile. Those who aren’t developers…

1 min
xbox cloud gaming comes to iphone and ipad

Last year, we wrote about how Apple’s restrictive App Store rules would cause millions of gamers to miss out on Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming service (née xCloud). Microsoft later updated the Xbox app to stream games over your local network from your own Xbox, but that’s not the same thing as a cloud gaming service where you don’t need to download or install games at all. After months of hand-wringing and probably back-room negotiations, Microsoft finally announced that it would build a web-based solution for devices in which it can’t provide an app, like iPhone and iPad. (Oddly enough, this is also how the company plans to bring Game Streaming to Windows 10 PCs.) The company promised that we’d see Xbox Game Streaming through the browser as early as spring 2021. That…

9 min
shure aonic 50

Price: £279 from fave.co/3u17rtE Shure has been a mainstay in recording studios and on concert stages for 95 years. The company’s latest contribution to its rich legacy is the Aonic 50 active noise-cancelling (ANC) headphones. These £279 headphones promise audiophile quality, exceptional comfort, superior ANC performance, and some of the deepest Bluetooth codec support you’ll find anywhere. BUILD QUALITY The Aonic 50 are beautiful headphones. Imitation leather dominates the headband and ear cups, while soft-brushed aluminium arms connect the two. The click-adjustable arms open and close with ease; yet once locked in place, they’ll stay exactly where you placed them. You’ll often face a trade-off with easy-to-adjust headbands; not here, I found the pressure on my head to be near goldilocks perfect. The imitation leather wrapped around the Aonic 50 is soft and luxurious.…