iPad Pro We’ve been expecting Apple to launch two new iPads at its fast approaching March 25 event, but a new leak has claimed that a third new (non-Pro) model is on the way.
According to tipster CoinX, who has a solid track record, Apple will launch a 10.2-inch iPad and a 10.5-inch iPad this year. However, they won’t come out at the same time (via MacRumors).
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The Fitbit Versa Lite didn’t sell as well as hoped
Thursday August 01, 2019
Fitbit’s Q2 financial results are out, and while the company was celebrating the success of the Fitbit Versa this time last year, it hasn’t been able to repeat the trick 12 months on. In short, it seems the Fitbit Versa Lite – a very likeable, cut-down version of the original – hasn’t set the world … "The Fitbit Versa Lite didn’t sell as well as hoped"
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Both iPad 7 (10.2”) and the “new” iPad (10.5”, non-Pro) are coming. But not at the same time.
— CoinX (@coiiiiiiiin) March 13, 2019
The Galaxy Note 10's screen may be a huge letdown
Wednesday July 31, 2019
A Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leak has revealed the phone could have a new IP69 water resistance rating. In not-so-good news, the screen may only be Full HD+. An IP69 rating for the Galaxy Note 10 would mean the phone has “protection against high-pressure, high-temperature jet sprays, wash-downs or steam-cleaning procedures”, according to The Enclosure … "The Galaxy Note 10's screen may be a huge letdown"
A multitude of rumours about a 10.2-inch iPad 2019, which is the model we expect to see on March 25, have cropped up over recent weeks. The word on the street is that it will be pretty similar to the iPad 9.7-inch iPad 2018.
It will reportedly feature a headphone jack, Touch ID and a Lightning port rather than a USB-C port. Hopefully it will be just as affordable as the iPad 2018 too, which starts at £319.
It will almost certainly be joined at this month’s launch event by the iPad Mini 5, which will be an incremental upgrade on the now three-year-old (nearly fours years old, in fact) iPad Mini 4.
Leaks have suggested it will maintain the 7.9-inch display of old, along with a Lightning port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It’ll also keep the home button, which suggests Touch ID rather than Face ID will be the order of the day.
Much less is known about the rumoured 10.5-inch iPad, but if CoinX’s leak proves accurate, it will likely come out later this year − possibly at Apple’s next iPhone launch event in September.
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It sounds like it could bridge the gap between the £319 iPad and the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which starts at a much steeper price of £619.
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You can play the 1996 Diablo in your browser right now – here's how
Wednesday July 31, 2019
Diablo, the original dungeon crawler, was a revelation when it launched all the way back in 1996. It let players charge around hacking and slashing all manner of beasties while hoovering up loot, and while Diablo-alikes are now reasonably common, the game was a trailblazer. So, how would you like to play it in your … "You can play the 1996 Diablo in your browser right now – here's how"
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