New Apple iPad Pro models are on the way, judging by a glaring leak from within Apple’s own website
Apple’s Chinese portal temporarily showed the existence four new iPad Pro models within a support document, according to the iPhone in Canada blog.
The models in question are listed as European editions, 11-inch and 12.9-inch tablets with LTE and Wi-Fi only models.
Two of the new models, named A2228 and A2229 and representing the Wi-Fi models, had previously leaked within a filing to the Eurasian Economic Commission. The cellular version models, A2231 and A2233, are new to us.
Read full post here:
Harley-Davidson has launched an online portal for buying or selling pre-owned Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The H-D1 Marketplace will help customers look Read more
EA Ripple Effect Studios has finally unveiled Battlefield 2042’s third multiplayer mode, which finally gives fans the ability to create Read more
More details about Battlefield 2042 were announced during the EA Play Live event, including a new Portal mode that features Read more
A new custom game maker is coming to Battlefield Battlefield 2042: Portal was revealed at EA Play Live 2021. It's Read more
We've already seen the affordable OnePlus Buds and the even cheaper OnePlus Buds Z, but another version of the wireless Read more
Earlier last month, the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G arrived on the Geekbench portal revealing its key specs, later the phone’s Read more
Epic is giving Fortnite players the chance to unlock the Piranhas Pickaxe for free by completing a challenge involving the Read more
Apple opens pre-orders for a number the new iPad Pro, iMac and Apple TV 4K tomorrow (April 30) and now we know Read more
Has the post-PC era finally arrived? Apple has been promising it since the original iPad launched, but its slates (while Read more
It has been a huge week in the world of tech and there’s a good chance that you might’ve missed Read more
The long-rumored OnePlus Watch is finally a reality – and it’s a polished wearable that can hold its own against Read more
There was a time when buying gaming headsets meant looking at options from Logitech, Steelseries, and a handful of other outfits focused Read more