8 tips for being productive on the iPad with iOS 10

In my review of the iPad Pro 10.5, I said that most people should probably wait until all the productivity improvements coming in iOS 11 are available before buying one. But you didn’t wait, did you, you maniac? You went out and bought one, and are now wondering how you can get the most out…

Apple iPad Pro 10.5” Vs. Surface Pro Gen 5: Battle Of Specs, Features & More

As expected, Apple and Microsoft are once again going head-to-head in competing for consumers who are looking for tablets that can also function like laptops. The Cupertino giant recently launched the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, while the Redmond-based tech company has introduced the all-new Surface Pro Gen 5 to rival the former. The two are expected to…

Microsoft exec says Apple’s iPad Pro mimics the Surface

 Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. A Microsoft clone? Or an almost Apple computer? Ariel Nunez/CNET Is Apple the chicken and Microsoft the egg?  Or is it vice versa?  I ask only because Microsoft has regained quite some confidence lately and it’s begun insisting that Apple…

Review: 2017 10.5-inch iPad Pro – pricey, but perfect [Video]

The 2017 iPad that Apple launched earlier this year was inexpensive, but it was also about dealing with various compromises. The display, for instance, lacked anti-glare and lamination properties of more modern iPads, and the speakers weren’t nearly as good as the latest Apple hardware. But price can be a compelling feature as well, and…

The New iPad Pro Is Incredible, But Not Worth the Upgrade

Photos: Alex Cranz/Gizmodo The iPad has a problem that we should all wish to have: It’s too damn good. The battery life and standby battery life are superb, the screen is pretty, the apps are nice, and the thing is powerful enough it can last for years. That’s wonderful for all of us consumers, but…

Apple iPad Pro vs. Microsoft Surface Pro: How They Compare

If there’s one image that comes to mind when choosing between an Apple and Microsoft product, it’s probably actors Justin Long and John Hodgman standing alongside one another against a white backdrop. “We use a lot of the same kinds of programs,” says Hodgman, playing the role of a PC dressed in a beige business…