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Essential Apple User Magazine March 2020

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Whether you’re at home in isolation or at work as a key worker, your iPad is right at hand. If your own tablet is getting a little long in the tooth, you might consider a new iPad Pro, which despite the coronavirus, was delivered on time. Find out about them on Page 16. These line operators at an iPad and iPhone production facility in China look healthy and happy, but recently, several Chinese factories had to close due to the coronavirus. Thankfully, the new iPad Pros were delivered on time. Find out about them on Page 16. “The latest iPad Pro is the most powerful Apple tablet yet. Its eightcore A12Z Bionic Chip features an eight-core graphics processor, making it ideal for power-hungry tasks, and its processing power is augmented by an…

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team players//

James Gale Managing Editor I don't want any 'classic' games updated for currentgen hardware. Give me a simple AM2 coin-op port of Daytona Rally and I would be very happy indeed! Martin Smith Group Senior Designer Defender would be another choice for me. Sega’s G-Loc could be fun as well, but only if you could set it into the sit-in arcade machine as a peripheral. Bob Canning Staff Writer I’d love to see an up-to-date Ikari Warriors reboot. The Bitmap Brothers did something similar in the Nineties with The Chaos Engine, so how about today? Alison Drew Sub Editor I'm old school, and a big fan of that old Mac stalwart, Shufflepuck Cafe. It's the perfect game to play with a mouse and would be great on a modern Mac. Ian Osborne Editor Back in the day, Time Pilot was an awesome game. Imagine…

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editor’s letter//

For the next three issues we’re taking a break from the usual reviews, previews and gadgets, to bring you a series of specials about your favourite Apple gear. This month, it’s an iPad special, so we take an in-depth look at Apple’s amazing tablet, including a guide to the latest iPads, top tutorials on how to get more from your touchscreen mobile device and more. At the end of March, a new iPad Pro range was released, and they’ve taken a great leap forward from the previous models. The edge-to-edge screen and 12.9-inch or 11-inch sizes are retained, but under the hood, the latest iPad Pro is a more powerful beast. But perhaps the most important change to the high-end tablet is around the back. Instead of a single camera, there…

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the ipad in numbers

3rd April 2010 – The iPad launches. Apple’s tablet celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. How much time do we spend on our iPads? 87% use it every day of the week 26% for half an hour to an hour per day 32% for 1-2 hours per day 24% for more than 2 hours per day iPad screen pixel count: Apple’s largest retail store: Fifth Avenue, New York, USA. 1993 Apple launched their first touchscreen tablet: The Newton MessagePad. Over 4000 million iPads sold since its launch. The time shown on iPad press images. All-time most popular App Store game – Candy Crush Saga. 54% of UK households own an iPad. Apple Stores in the UK: 38. All-time most popular App Store app – Facebook. $1 – Steve Jobs annual salary for his last 15 years at Apple. Last year’s most downloaded App Store game – Mario…

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the new ipad pro

It’s here at last, and it’s looking amazing. Released in March 2020, the latest addition to Apple’s iPad range is the most powerful yet, an awesome update to the iPad Pro. Some things are unchanged from the previous generation. Once again, it comes in two sizes, with 11-inch and 12.9-inch screens. It, once more, features an edge-to-edge screen with no Home button and unlocks with Face ID. It also has a USB-C port instead of a Lightning port for charging and connectivity. But if some things remain the same, there’s also a lot that’s different, taking the iPad Pro to a whole new level. “The new iPad Pro introduces advanced technologies never before available in mobile computing. Combining the most advanced mobile display with powerful performance, pro cameras, pro audio, the…

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ipad, 7th generation

The latest release in Apple’s tablet range is not a dazzling new top-of-the range device, but instead it’s a useful refresh for the lower-cost, entry-level iPad. If you don’t yet own an Apple tablet, and are keen to join the fun without spending too much money, it’s the perfect iPad for you. With a 10.2-inch Retina Display, Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard Support, plus an A10 Fusion chip, it’s definitely worth a look if you’re on a budget. It’s a powerful tablet at an affordable price. On Display The new iPad 7th Generation has a 10.2-inch display, with almost 3.5 million pixels and a very wide viewing angle. It’s powered by an A10 Fusion chip, which isn’t as good as the A12 processors found in the iPad Pros or the new A13 CPUs…