Compared: 2018 iPad versus the original 12.9-inch and 9.7-inch iPad Pro

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The newest iPad can easily be considered as a low-cost alternative to the current generation of iPad Pro devices, but a comparison with the original iPad Pro models suggests Apple’s latest release has a lot in common with the earlier tablets. AppleInsider looks at the numbers to see how close they really are.
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Compared: 2018 iPad shows how far Apple has progressed versus the original iPad in eight years

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The latest installment of AppleInsider’s comparisons between the latest iPad release and others in the product range takes a look at the earliest releases, showing how far Apple’s tablet has progressed in just eight years since the first shipment of the original iPad on April 3, 2010, while still retaining the same overall appearance as its predecessors.
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The Play Store mobile client now shows original release dates for apps

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The Play Store has long shown the date an app or game was last updated, but now you get a bit more historical information. The Play Store mobile client has started showing the release date for apps. So, you’re a few taps away from finding out how long most apps have been on the Play Store. I say “most” because a few are showing obviously incorrect dates.

The “Released on” date at the bottom of the listing when you tap on “Read more.” Google’s apps are, obviously, among the oldest with release dates around 2010.

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Nokia 5 and original Nokia 6 start receiving Android 8.1 Oreo update

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The Nokia 8 got Android 8.1 last month, and now both the Nokia 5 and the original Nokia 6 from 2017 are in the process of receiving updates to this version of the OS. The two phones got their first taste of Oreo, then in the 8.0 iteration, back in January. The update is rolling out to the Nokia 5 in India, Tunisia, and Indonesia, while the Nokia 6 is only getting it in India at the moment. We expect more markets to see the new software in the next few days. The Nokia 5 is facing an 866.7MB download, while the Nokia 6’s will be 933.8MB. For both you will need to grab the file via Wi-Fi….

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Apple’s lineup of original TV shows could begin rolling out as early as next March

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Apple is making TV shows of its own, that much we’ve known for quite a while now. But don’t expect any of Apple’s original creations to hit Apple Music (or is it iTunes?) anytime soon. A new report says that Apple is working on no less than 12 different titles, but they won’t launch earlier than March 2019.

Meanwhile, competitors such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and HBO will be busy releasing new shows this year, with Netflix likely to have the most number of original shows of the bunch. After all, Netflix is spending $ 8 billion on original programming this year alone, and introduces dozens of new shows every month.

If you think Apple’s late start is the only bad news coming out from The New York Times, then get some popcorn.

Apparently, Apple’s strategy for original programming has been to keep “its bright, optimistic brand identity.” That means Apple might not pursue “dark” projects, or projects that are “heavy on the social issues.”

In fact, Apple has already parted ways with Bryan Fuller, who was supposed to serve as executive producer on Steven Spielberg’s revamped Amazing Stories show. That’s because Amblin Television, Apple, and Universal Television viewed his vision for the series as “too dark” and too expensive. Seven weeks after his departure, he hasn’t been replaced. What’s clear is that Apple isn’t in a hurry to launch TV shows that people really want to watch — after all, Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke aren’t exactly must-watch television.

Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston will star in a show about morning talk show hosts. The series was purchased four months ago, but it still doesn’t have a script. A first draft will arrive this week.

Finally, there’s one other mildly disturbing detail in the Times’ piece. Apple apparently doesn’t plan to follow Netflix’s high-volume strategy. I’m all for quality vs. quantity, but Netflix has been able to achieve both.

Apple certainly has the budget to go against Netflix or anyone else, and has hired two former Sony execs who made their names with shows like Breaking Bad while at Sony — that’s Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht. But how competitive can an Apple streaming service be with just a few shows ready to roll out in 2019?

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Apple’s slate of original TV shows will reportedly rollout as early as next March

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It’s long been known that Apple is aggressively eyeing Hollywood and original content, but now a New York Times report sheds more light on the company’s vigorous push into series programming.

According to the report, entertainment executives who met with Apple told the NYT that the company’s new programming has a planned rollout of sometime between March 2019 and summer 2019. Apple currently has a 40-person team working on Apple Worldwide Video where it creates original content, and is building a 128,000-square foot headquarters for its entertainment division in Culver City, California. Apple plans to expand its portfolio of shows and is opening divisions for adult dramas, children’s shows, and programming for Latin America and Europe.

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Original creator of the Mac startup chime talks its demise & more in new interview [Video]

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A fun piece from CNBC this morning highlights Jim Reekes, a former Apple employee who created numerous sound effects for the Mac during his time at Apple. Reekes left Apple in the 1990s, but you’ll probably recognize some of his sound effects…

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Y Combinator has its ups and downs, so I’m using this original roller coaster analogy

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A few weeks back, I wrote about what it means to be at Y Combinator on a pretty practical level: how the weeks are organized around YC dinners and office hours, the importance of focus and goals, and the resources YC has to offer. But I omitted one of the biggest effect of YC: the roller coaster feeling. This is something classic for any entrepreneur. Your motivation and certainty oscillate at a super high frequency between bulletproof optimism and feeling like everything is going against your best efforts. And to be honest, coming into YC I thought I might have…

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ColorWare’s Latest Skin Makes an iPhone X Look Like Original iPhone

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ColorWare this week announced it has released a limited edition original iPhone skin for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, and iPhone X.

Over 10 years ago, Apple debuted their revolutionary iPhone. This product changed everything for mobile phone owners. The bar of expectations was risen to a point that changed the market forever. ColorWare would like to pay homage to this historical event by offering our Limited Edition Original iPhone skin.

ColorWare says its single-piece matte skins are made with genuine 3M vinyl, allowing for easier installation and a better final look.


The skins are available for $19 each in the United States for a limited time only. They are estimated to ship in three to five business days.

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Feeling Nostalgic? This ‘Original iPhone Skin’ Will Take You Back to 2007

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ColorWare, the company known best for its vibrant collection of iPhone skins and accessories, announced this week the release of their latest nostalgic creation — a limited edition skin designed to make your recent iPhone model look exactly like the original two-tone iPhone unveiled by Steve Jobs in the summer of 2007. The skin, which […]
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