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Despite the new 2020 iPad having only just started shipping, you can already save $30 or more on the entry-level model at Amazon. That discount drops the 32GB device down to just $299 with the 128GB version hitting $395, marking the best savings yet. Noted there’s a slight delay in shipping, though that’s commonplace with newly-unveiled Apple products anyway.
Like the 7th-gen before it, the most-recent iPad has a gorgeous 10.2-inch Retina display with a 2160-by-1620 pixel resolution. You’ll also get a Touch ID fingerprint sensor for security plus an 8MP 1080p camera on the back with a 1.2MP 720p camera on the front. The display supports the first-gen Apple Pencil as well as the Smart Keyboard.
The main upgrade to the affordable iPad is the upgraded to the A12 Bionic chip, making it a pretty decent upgrade over the 7th- generation iPad it’s replacing. Though not as powerful as the A14 in the new iPad Air, the A12 chip will ensure the entry-level iPad is super speedy and able to keep…read more
Many of the world’s biggest companies did not reinvent the wheel — they merely built a strong brand. If you would like to follow suit, the All-In-One Digital Branding Certification Bundle provides a comprehensive guide. It includes 10 courses on branding, and you can get it now for just $45.
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All the training comes from top online instructors, who have thousands of positive reviews between them. You would normally pay $…
Though the MacBook Pro isn’t the most affordable laptop on the market, it’s earned its place and its price thanks to its versatility, ease of use, and features like the Touch Bar. Now, today only, you can get your hands on a mid-2019 model at up to $800 off its regular cost thanks to this one-day sale at Best Buy. There are two versions on sale today, including a 13-inch model and a 15.4-inch model with prices starting at $1,899.99.
This 13-inch MacBook Pro is the lowest priced model on sale today, down to $1,899.99 which saves you $400 off its regular price. Along with the Touch Bar, this version is equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB RAM, and a 1TB SSD.
Meanwhile, this 15.4-inch MacBook Pro is just priced at $100 more today — $1999.99 — though the deal saves you a full $800 off its regular price. This model features the Touch Bar, as well as an Intel Core i9 processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, and AMD Radeon Pro 560X graphics. Plus, this model is only on sale in silver…read more
Join the Champions, Link, and Zelda as they fight against Calamity Ganon.
We’ve been anxiously awaiting the release of the Breath of the Wild sequel, but we had no idea that Nintendo was also creating Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, which is basically a Breath of the Wild prequel. Players get to battle Calamity Ganon’s minions in massive hordes and learn more about what took place before Link was injured and slept for 100 years.
Excited to learn more about this upcoming game? We’ve got you covered! Here’s everything you need to know about Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.
Hack and Slash Zelda
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
$60 at Best Buy
Fight to save Hyrule
Join Link, Zelda, and the four Champions as they fight to stave off Calamity Ganon’s evil hordes. You’ll learn a little more about these characters and their relationships in the process.
What is gameplay like?
Does it work with amiibo?
Digital Version preorde…
Today only, Woot is offering the 5th-generation iPad for just $269.99 in refurbished condition. While it may not be the newest iPad around, it still supports the latest version of iPadOS and it’s the 128GB model meaning there’s a ton of room for apps and media. If you’re wanting a cheap tablet to have around the house for watching Netflix or Apple TV+ shows on, it could be a great pickup at today’s price. Refurb models of this spec generally go for just over $330 these days.
These refurbished devices are expected to have a moderate level of wear and tear, though they’ve all been tested to ensure they work properly and also come with a 90-day warranty.
Last year, Apple released the 10.2 iPad model which has a $329 starting price, though that only gets you 32GB of storage. For 128GB, you’re looking at $429. There are also rumors of a 2020 iPad Air on the horizon but that will likely retail for $500 and up, which makes today’s deal more appealing if you want something on the lower end…read more
Want to use a specific folder for your imported photos on Mac? Here’s how to get it set up.
When you use your best digital camera to take amazing photos, you’re going to want to import those photos onto your Mac to edit, share, and store them. You can even set up the Photos app on Mac to import photos automatically from that specific device. In macOS, you can also select which album you want those photos to go to. If you’re trying to import a bunch of pictures from a specific event, you can also create a brand new folder and move them directly to it for better organization. Here’s everything you need to know about how to import photos from your camera to your Mac.
How to select a folder to add new photos
How to create a new folder to add photos
How to find the photos in your selected folder
Where your photos go if you don’t select a specific folder
How to select a folder to add new photos from your digital camera in the Photos app on Mac
After you prepare your d…read more
The app also serves Wales.
What you need to know
England recently released a COVID-19 contact tracing app.
Turns out it can’t accept positive test submissions for around 1/3 of tests.
The app’s Twitter account recently confirmed it couldn’t link to test results taken in Public Health England labs or at the NHS.
England’s contact tracing app does not work with around 1/3 of tests carried out in England, the app’s Twitter account has confirmed.
Responding to a user who got a test result but no code to input into the app, the NHS COVID-19 app Twitter account stated:
If your test took place in a Public Health England lab or NHS hospital, or as part of national surveillance testing conducted by the Office for National Statistics, test results cannot currently be linked with the app whether they’re positive or negative.
FAQ: What is the Google-Apple COVID-19 (coronavirus) Exposure Notifications system?
Noted by Reuters, PHE and NHS tests in England…read more
The source code for Windows XP was recently leaked online!
What you need to know
Microsoft’s Windows XP source code was recently leaked online.
People have started digging through the code to see what they can find.
Turns out Windows XP had a secret theme that looked just like Apple’s Aqua interface from 2000 that was never released.
Earlier this week it emerged that the source code from Windows XP had leaked online.
From Windows Central:
Alleged source code for Windows XP leaked online this week. The leak was spread in a thread on the anonymous forum 4chan, which linked to archives of both the alleged Windows XP source code along with source code for other Microsoft products. Notably, the archive includes the Windows NT 3.5 and original Xbox source code dumps that appeared online in May.
Digging through the code, The Verge has found that Microsoft actually had a secret, unreleased Microsoft XP theme that looked exactly like Apple’s Aqua interface from 2000.
As report…read more
Here’s how you can translate web pages in Safari, both in iOS 14 and in earlier releases.
If you’re running iOS 14 or later, Safari now comes with a translation feature baked into the browser, making it easier than ever to translate a web page on iPhone. Once activated, text is translated in-line on the webpage that you’re viewing. It’s a handy tool if you want to read websites that are written in different languages, and it’s available right in the address bar in Safari.
If you’re on iOS 13 and earlier, you can use Microsoft’s Translator app and its extension to quickly translate web pages that you visit into your native language. Microsoft Translator is a universal app for iPhone and iPad, and can be downloaded from the App Store for free.
Here’s how you can translate web pages in Safari on iPhone and iPad.
How to translate web pages in Safari in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14
How to activate the Microsoft Translator extension in Safari
How to translate a web page on iPhone …