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How the new Apple iPhone could help combat 'the new drunk driving'

How the new Apple iPhone could help combat 'the new drunk driving'

Apple is still very much in the Mac and MacBook market; hence, calling the iPad a PC replacement is akin to shooting Macs in the leg.

During the WWDC's keynote, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that the Mac is the heart and soul of the tech company, and no device can match the deep integration of hardware and software of Mac. This functionality takes full advantage of the 10.5 and 12.9-inch screens of the two new iPad models respectively and even features the app pairings that the user now has active. Thanks to improved specs, a reworked form factor, and new software launching later this year, this is an iPad that's more capable than its predecessors. "If the user wants to know more about each account, you can just click on any of the items to get a detailed view".

The dual cameras at the back should be placed vertically, rather than horizontally as in its cousin the iPhone 7 Plus.

Some of the key features of iOS 11 include the ability for you to be able to send payments to other iPhone users and major improvements to Siri, Apple's digital assistant. Soon after the release, there was the inevitable slew of articles pitting the Surface Pro against the upcoming next-generation iPad Pro, and Apple's product kept getting the short end of the stick. Navigation will also come with speed limits and lane guidance. For those reasons, I was willing to sacrifice that extra screen space for the portability that the 9.7-inch version offered.

The 10.5 inch iPad Pro is available this week online or in-store starting at $650. Just as before, it is ever-present when you are on the home screen, but it can now also be pulled up at any time, no matter what app you are in.

"That makes for smaller and faster backups", he added.

The zippier A10X Fusion chip inside the new iPad Pro came to life during processor-intensive tasks like editing photos and using Touch ID.

One of most frustrating thing in iOS was its volume indicator, which used to appear in the middle of the screen while watching videos, covering up most of the screen real estate and blocking the important part of the video. First of all: the screen.

The new functionality promises to save you the hassle of scouring your home for the password to your home Wi-Fi router. Well, we are testing this right now!

"I absolutely loved last year's iPad Pro, and considered it the best tablet ever". They can also be easily shared between other devices easily as the format is compatible with most devices. Apple is taking some of the weight of changing the way people behave in their cars onto its own shoulders with some new features in iOS 11 that will help to prevent distracted driving.

After their announcement last week at their annual World Wide Developers Conference, Apple is now beginning to ship their new 10.5-inch and updated 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, with Apple Stores and authorised Apple retailers stocking the devices from today. Premium accessories such as the Apple Pencil and Keyboard (priced at $100+) could also drive margins.


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