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Security threat finds its way to iPhones, iPads doing the dodgy

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: there’s no such thing as a safe operating system, and proving this is a threat that has found a way to break into Apple’s normally fenced off garden that is the iPhone and iPad.

5:01 pm 18/01/2016 By Leigh D. Stark
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Review: Incipio ClamCase Pro for iPad Air 2

The iPad Air 2 is already a great tablet, but what if you want to join that “post-PC” world and ditch the laptop altogether? Incipio’s ClamCase Pro could be the ideal addition, bridging the gap with one of the best keyboard cases we’ve ever seen.

5:01 pm 25/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Australia’s first in-depth Apple iPad Pro review

Apple may have reinvented the tablet for today, but it has plans to give artists a tablet for tomorrow, and it arrives in the form of the iPad Pro, Apple’s biggest tablet yet.

11:00 pm 11/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Apple’s iPad Pro priced for Australia

Announced earlier in the year, the massive iPad Pro is nearly upon us, and that starts with a price. Are you ready for 12 inches of Apple iPad goodness?

5:13 pm 10/11/2015 By Staff writers
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Farmers get in with a supermarket for the iPad

Sometimes the best experience is the one that’s most familiar, and that’s the angle an online supermarket has taken, delivering an app with the experience of browsing your local.

9:16 am 22/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Android’s best iPad: Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 reviewed

You’ve seen Samsung’s 2015 phones, and now it’s time to see what the company can do to make its tablets on par with these bad boys. Is Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 the best tablet around?

4:58 pm 11/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Apple’s next iPad is bigger than your old iPad

There’s a 7.9 inch iPad and a 9.7 inch iPad, but say that’s not big enough for you, and you’d prefer a laptop-sized iPad for your big images and all. Fine, because now there’s an iPad Pro.

1:38 pm 10/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Lifeproof builds a water-tight iPad case, but what happens if it fails?

If you read books, watch movies, and use an iPad Air for everything, it makes total sense to bring it everywhere you go, but what about the beach, the pool, or somewhere with a risk of water damage? Lifeproof has an answer, but it won’t be for everyone.

12:38 pm 07/08/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Logitech unveils a way to protect iPads with a plastic “Blok”

A new case for a newly revamped brand, Logitech— sorry “Logi” has been working to make iPads more resistant to drops, and it has done so with a block of plastic.

4:06 pm 16/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Apple connects 4G iPads with a global SIM for travel

Owners of the cellular iPad and iPad Mini are probably aware their portable computers come with a SIM slot, and if they want to go travelling, Apple now even has its own SIM card they can do that with.

3:50 pm 03/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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