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61% off Anker Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2 with 6-Month Battery – Deal Alert

Enjoy more comfortable, efficient typing on your iPad and keep it protected as well with this smart folio keyboard case. Opening or closing the cover triggers your iPad’s sleep or wake modes, and the keyboard connects automatically when needed via Bluetooth. With the one of the highest capacity battery of any iPad keyboard case, it lasts half a year between charges. The typical list price of $69.99 has been reduced 61% to just $27. See this deal on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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61% off Anker Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2 with 6-Month Battery – Deal Alert

Enjoy more comfortable, efficient typing on your iPad and keep it protected as well with this smart folio keyboard case. Opening or closing the cover triggers your iPad’s sleep or wake modes, and the keyboard connects automatically when needed via Bluetooth. With the one of the highest capacity battery of any iPad keyboard case, it lasts half a year between charges. The typical list price of $69.99 has been reduced 61% to just $27. See this deal on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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61% off Anker Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2 with 6-Month Battery – Deal Alert

Enjoy more comfortable, efficient typing on your iPad and keep it protected as well with this smart folio keyboard case. Opening or closing the cover triggers your iPad’s sleep or wake modes, and the keyboard connects automatically when needed via Bluetooth. With the one of the highest capacity battery of any iPad keyboard case, it lasts half a year between charges. The typical list price of $69.99 has been reduced 61% to just $27. See this deal on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
http://www.cio.com/article/3210810/mobile/61-off-anker-keyboard-case-for-ipad-air-2-with-6-month-battery-deal-alert.html#tk.rss_consumerelectronicsMicrosoft Office 2010
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IDG Contributor Network: Is the iPad mini doomed?

Apple’s line of iPad products has become somewhat confusing in recent years. The company has had the iPad mini, the iPad Air, the iPad Pro, the iPad, etc. Customers have had a lot of iPad options, perhaps too many options.Now it looks like Apple might simplify its iPad offerings by killing the iPad mini.Jonathan Geller reports for BGR: …we have heard from a source close to Apple that the iPad mini is being phased out.Not one to ever be shy about disrupting the company’s own lineup, our source beats the Apple drum and states that there’s “fierce cannibalism of our own products” and that the iPad mini has just been “sized out of its own category.”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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IDG Contributor Network: Is the iPad mini doomed?

Apple’s line of iPad products has become somewhat confusing in recent years. The company has had the iPad mini, the iPad Air, the iPad Pro, the iPad, etc. Customers have had a lot of iPad options, perhaps too many options.Now it looks like Apple might simplify its iPad offerings by killing the iPad mini.Jonathan Geller reports for BGR: …we have heard from a source close to Apple that the iPad mini is being phased out.Not one to ever be shy about disrupting the company’s own lineup, our source beats the Apple drum and states that there’s “fierce cannibalism of our own products” and that the iPad mini has just been “sized out of its own category.”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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IDG Contributor Network: Is the iPad mini doomed?

Apple’s line of iPad products has become somewhat confusing in recent years. The company has had the iPad mini, the iPad Air, the iPad Pro, the iPad, etc. Customers have had a lot of iPad options, perhaps too many options.Now it looks like Apple might simplify its iPad offerings by killing the iPad mini.Jonathan Geller reports for BGR: …we have heard from a source close to Apple that the iPad mini is being phased out.Not one to ever be shy about disrupting the company’s own lineup, our source beats the Apple drum and states that there’s “fierce cannibalism of our own products” and that the iPad mini has just been “sized out of its own category.”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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IDG Contributor Network: Is the new, cheaper iPad worth buying?

iPad sales have been sluggish in recent years, and Apple has become painfully aware of how its tablet sales pale in comparison to iPhone sales. Now the company has released a new, cheaper iPad that starts at $329 for 32GB and goes up to $429 for 128GB.But is the new iPad worth the money?Well let’s start with the tech specs of the new, cheaper iPad. MacRumors has a list of what you can expect from the new iPad in terms of hardware: The new 9.7-inch iPad is similar in many ways to the iPad Air 2, which had an A8X chip and started at $399, but slightly thicker and heavier with a faster A9 chip and a brighter Retina display. Another difference is that the new 9.7-inch iPad does not have a fully laminated display or anti-reflective coating per its tech specs.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Why Apple dropped iPad’s price to lowest yet

Apple this week is releasing its most affordable iPad to date. The refreshed 9.7-inch iPad, which packs a Retina screen and Apple’s A9 chip in a device that effectively replaces the iPad Air 2, is priced at $329 with 32GB of storage.The $70 price drop makes the entry-level iPad more competitive, particularly among schools that can now snag the tablet for under $300 at educational pricing. Businesses that are motivated by price and don’t require more advanced features in the iPad Pro will also be giving the iPad another look as a result of these changes, according to Avi Greengart, research director at GlobalData.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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LiquidText update a must-have for iPad Pro

In December 2015, I reviewed LiquidText, an iPad productivity app for reading PDF documents. At the time, I wrote that “LiquidText is a simple, useful app for highlighting text…but it doesn’t let you draw annotations using Apple Pencil.”As of March 14, that’s no longer the case. The latest version of the iPad-only LiquidText app enables freehand inking with Apple Pencil and an iPad Pro. And with this significant update, LiquidText may just be the app for reviewing and annotating PDFs using Apple’s tablet and stylus.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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LiquidText update a must-have for iPad Pro

In December 2015, I reviewed LiquidText, an iPad productivity app for reading PDF documents. At the time, I wrote that “LiquidText is a simple, useful app for highlighting text…but it doesn’t let you draw annotations using Apple Pencil.”As of March 14, that’s no longer the case. The latest version of the iPad-only LiquidText app enables freehand inking with Apple Pencil and an iPad Pro. And with this significant update, LiquidText may just be the app for reviewing and annotating PDFs using Apple’s tablet and stylus.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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