Apple's competitors are often forced to compete on price, because when it comes down to it, that's all they've got, but with the new 5G iPhone SE, the new M1-equipped 5G iPad Air, the new Mac Studio, the new 27-inch Studio display and the M1 Ultra processor, Apple boldly goes where no-one has gone before.
Telstra's one-day specials for September feature up to 50% off selected Samsung and Apple phones and tablets.
It has taken Microsoft a few months, but the software behemoth has finally decided to start rolling out mouse and trackpad support to Office for iPad users in a phased rollout that will take about two weeks.
Once again, Apple has showcased a range of great new technologies in an incredibly professionally produced video presentation that showcases two new iPads, two new Apple Watches, a new Fitness+ service, the Apple One bundles, the new A14 Bionic processor and from tomorrow, the new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14.
In the US, Apple's event starts at 10am PDT on Tuesday, September 15, but to see Apple's news live in Australia on its highly rumoured two new Apple Watches, two new iPads and its Apple One bundle, it's another very early morning Wednesday start.
Refurbished products can be a brilliant way to save money on previous-gen devices, but when Apple launches powerful new products at various price points, sometimes buying refurbished is a terrible deal.
A new 10.5-inch iPad Air and a new 7.9-inch iPad mini have arrived, both with Apple Pencil support, advanced Retina display and A12 Bionic processors, for the "most complete" iPad line-up yet.
Brydge’s ‘award-winning’ BrydgeAir Bluetooth keyboard has announced full compatibility with the brand new iPad Pro 9.7
A news report says Wednesday 9 September is the date Apple will launch its 2015 range of iPhones, iPads and a new Apple TV box.
Running out of space on your iPhone or iPad? SanDisk's iXpand provides up to 64GB of external storage.
It’s got to the stage where an announcement of a new iPad isn’t such a big deal any more. But the new iPad Air 2, the “thinnest and most powerful iPad” isn’t a bad piece of machinery. Apple’s new flagship tablet is down to 6.1 mm in thickness and weighs less than 450 grams. There’s also a new baby iPad, the Mini 3.
Photos of what will probably be Apple's next iPhones have already leaked, but if that wasn't enough we now have leaked photos of what could be the next iPad Air.
Apple's next iPad refresh is on the horizon and a new discovery today is pointing to the next Air and iPad Mini including Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor, like that seen on the iPhone.
While the iPad Mini might boast an extremely sharp display and tiny form factor, online reports are suggesting the device may actually display fewer colours than its iPad Air sibling, and other tablets.
An iPad Air - identified as such by 9to5Mac – burst into flames at a Vodafone store in Canberra this week.
If you want to rent an iPad Air or Mini with a data package Telstra has a deal for you.
The most significant of Apple’s new announcements is the iPad Air. Its most important feature is its extreme thinness ("20% thinner") and low weight (450 grams – “engineered to weigh just one pound”).
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