Posts Tagged ‘iPad Air 2’

Someone has been able to get not just Mac OS 8 but also Warcraft II and SimCity 2000 running on the iPhone X and iPad Air 2, showing it all off on video.

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Yalu102 iOS 10.2 jailbreak has just been updated, with the new version adding support for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4.

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Attention right now is understandably on Apple’s newly announced iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2, but the company has also taken the time to quietly revise storage tiers for its iPad lineup while also dropping the price on the Apple Watch Series 1, giving buyers an entry-level option.

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Here’s a speed test comparison between 12.9-inch iPad Pro vs 9.7-inch iPad Pro vs iPad Air 2 vs iPad mini 4 vs every other iPad model ever released.

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Apple has announced a new 256GB 12.9-inch iPad Pro in the wake of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro release, followed by discounting the iPad Air 2 by $100. Here are the details.

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Here’s a specs comparison between 9.7-inch iPad Pro vs 12.9-inch iPad Pro vs iPad Air 2 vs iPad mini 4 vs iPad mini 2 for those looking to make a new purchase from Apple’s tablet lineup.

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Check out this video of an iPad Air 2 running Mac OS 7.5.5 and 6.0.1. This comes in almost a year after the device was shown booting up Windows 98.

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Ever wondered how the iPad Pro stacks up versus every other iPad model? Here’s a speed test of Apple’s largest tablet against every other iPad model ever released.

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Here’s a collection of the best Cyber Monday 2015 deals on Apple’s iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, and more.

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Here’s a display quality comparison between Apple’s iPad Pro vs iPad Air 2 vs iPad mini 4, covering color reproduction, clarity and other metrics.

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Here’s a full side-by-side specs comparison of Apple’s iPad Pro vs iPad Air 2 vs iPad mini 4. Which one of these iPad models is right for you?

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One of the great things about Apple’s customer facing website is the length of effort and detail that is put into the product pages for individual device. Not only do the pages for the iPad Air 2, or the iPhone 6s for example, show high-resolution beautiful gallery images of the hardware, but they also go into a fair amount of detail on the included technical specifications so consumers know exactly what they are getting. It’s rare that information on this page changes, after all, a specification is a specification, but at some point in the last two weeks Apple has silent updated the Bluetooth specification against a number of iOS devices.

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