Tablet: iPad 6 32GB $0 upfront with 2GB of shareable data

Tablet: iPad 6 32GB $0

Tablet: iPad 6 32GB $0 upfront with 2GB of shareable data Overview The iPad 6 32GB will be available to mobility customers on shareable data plans for $25/month, with 2GB of shareable data. Details Mobility customers on share plans can get a 32GB iPad 6 with 2GB of data for $25/month on a 2-year term. Customer pays $0 upfront. Note: No tax upfront is paid. On the subsidy model the customer does not need to pay back the cost of the tablet. The customer gets the tablet for $0 as long as they commit to the respective data plan on the 2-year term. In this case the rate plan is $25 for 2GB. Note: The offer must be presented as a bundle of iPad 32GB + 2GB of data for $25/month. Eligibility and conditions Consumer accounts only Customer must be on a shareable data mobility plan Customer must commit to a 2-year term The iPad 6 (32GB) is now being taken off Easy Payment, and put on the subsidy model. Customers will add 2GB of data for $25/month and get the iPad for $0 Note: This offer can be removed from market with a day’s notice.    

Apple iPad October 30th Event Announcing More New Products

What to Expect at Apple’s October 30th Event: New iPad Pros, Mac Mini, Low-Cost Retina Notebook and More Apple will be announcing some new products on Monday October 30th.  Checkout what the rumours are and what to expect we will hear below: While Apple introduced iPhones back in September, there are still a number of products that the company is planning to refresh before the end of the year, necessitating a second fall 2018 event, set to be held on Tuesday, October 30 in New York City. Apple’s October event will focus on the iPad and the Mac, and below, we’ve rounded up everything we expect to see along with a few other products that might possibly make an appearance at the keynote. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos.   iPad Pro Apple is working on updated iPad Pro models that adopt an iPhone XS-style design with slimmer bezels and no Home button, with the iPads instead set to gain a TrueDepth camera system that will replace Touch ID with Face ID for biometric authentication purposes. Though the iPhone XS uses a notch for the TrueDepth camera, the upcoming iPad Pro models are expected to feature slim top, bottom, and side bezels all around the display. Apple is not planning to use an OLED display for the new iPads due to cost and production issues. 2018 iPad Pro mockup via iDropNews Recent CAD drawings sourced from a case maker along with additional leaks have given us some insight into the dimensions of the new iPad Pro models. The smaller iPad Pro is expected to be 7 inches wide (178.52mm) and 9.7 inches tall (247.64mm), while the larger model will be 8.5 inches wide (215mm) and 11 inches tall (280.66mm). The smaller of the two iPad Pro models may be as thin as 5.86mm, and it’s not clear how thick the larger iPad Pro model will be. It could be as thin, or somewhat thicker like the current 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Bezels for both iPad Pro models could measure in at around 6mm at the top, bottom, and sides. Based on multiple leaks, Apple is apparently relocating the magnetic Smart Connector on the new iPad Pro models from the side to the bottom near the Lightning port, which could perhaps require a new vertically oriented Smart Keyboard. It’s not clear why Apple is making this change, and it’s not known if Apple is indeed releasing a new Smart Keyboard that connects differently. Originally, it was thought that Apple was relocating the connector because Face ID would be limited to portrait orientation since that’s the way it works on the iPhone, but code in iOS 12.1 suggests that after being set up vertically, Face ID will work on the iPad in both portrait and landscape modes. Design wise, the new iPad Pro models are said to feature a “diamond cut” at both the front and the back, which suggests the tablets could have a design similar to the iPhone SE with beveled edges. Antenna lines on the device may also be …

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Want to see whats coming up in the New Changes on This years 2018 iPads?

Want to see whats coming up in the New Changes on This years 2018 iPads? A while back on Tech Talk I spoke about the upcoming release of New Apple iPads for 2018.  Well now we have more information for you on what you can expect to see with these new devices!  Read below to see what’s coming:   New renders show what to expect from Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro refresh 17 MobileSyrup by Igor Bonifacic  /  15h  //  keep unread  //  hide With Apple’s ‘There’s more in the making‘ event little more than a week away, Hungarian industrial designer Victor Kádár has shared renders of the 2018 iPad Pro based on all the reports that have come out ahead of the tablet’s reveal. The renders allow one to easily visualize how the new 12.9-inch and 11-inch will look, showcasing both devices’ slimmer bezels. Like the iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, the new iPad Pros are expected to feature Face ID. Unlike Apple’s smartphones, however, neither of the new iPads is expected to include a display cutout. What’s more, Face ID will reportedly work in both portrait and landscape orientation on the 2018 iPad Pro. Apple will also reportedly do away with the iPad Pro’s Lightning socket, and will instead add a USB-C port to facilitate functionality like 4K display output. Unfortunately, there’s also speculation the new iPad Pro also won’t include an analog headphone jack. MobileSyrup will be on the ground in New York City next Tuesday to bring you all the latest from Apple’s second fall hardware event. Source: Victor Kádár Via: 9to5Mac The post New renders show what to expect from Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro refresh appeared first on MobileSyrup. Photo By FHKE

iPad Pro Fort Saskatchewan

iPad Pro Fort Saskatchewan Wikipedia describes the iPad Pro best read it here: “The iPad Pro is a line of iPadtablet computers designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc., that runs the iOS mobile operating system. It is currently available in two screen sizes, 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch,[7] each with three options for internal storage capacities: 64, 256 or 512 GB; the 512 GB configuration making the iPad Pro the first iOS device to offer that storage size. The first iPad Pro, the 12.9-inch version, was announced on September 9, 2015,[8] and released on November 11.[9] It is larger than all previous iPad models and the first iPad tablet to feature LPDDR4 RAM.[1] The 12.9-inch tablet was later followed by the smaller 9.7-inch version, which was announced on March 21, 2016, and released on March 31.[10] At WWDC 2017 on June 5, 2017, an updated generation of iPad Pro was announced. This updated generation features A10X Fusion processors, a base storage capacity of 64 GB and highest of 512 GB, an upgraded display and a new 10.5-inch version to replace the 9.7-inch model; the 12.9-inch version was refreshed and both screen sizes were released on June 13.[11] Following this announcement, the first generation iPad Pro was removed from the Apple Store.” You can read the rest of the article here.   iPad Pro Fort Saskatchewan Available at Telus Fort Saskatchewan in the Cornerstone Mall!