As September is nearing, there are more and more leaks and rumours regarding the upcoming iPad. The tablet line-up from Apple has gone a long way, from Air through Mini, all the way to Pro. If you are curious to know what comes next, keep reading, and you'll find out how much better the next iPad can get.
Let’s take a closer look at STM’s Dux Plus iPad Pro case. Available in black, blue and red, the dux plus is available for both 12.9 inch and 9.7 inch iPad Pro's. From classroom and workplace to their everyday life, most people are afraid of dropping their precious iPad Pro and damaging it in the process.
Let’s take a closer look at the Gripcase iPad Air 2 case. Weighing just 0.2 kg, this lightweight Gripcase product made of proprietary EVA foam polymer is shock absorbent, fade and UVA resistant, abrasion resistant and washable along with being mildew and germ resistant.
The patented tablet brackets of Heckler Design capture your iPad's corners securely with heavy steel together with securing card reader cables and lightning cables. But if you thought that superior security means compromising on functionality, think again.
iPads are no longer devices that you use just for fun or to make work easier. They are increasingly used by the disabled and for students with ASD (autism spectrum disorder). Several studies have shown iPads to be effective communication and teaching devices for children with autism.
The workforce in various domains seems to have fallen in love with iPads. From construction and healthcare to restaurants and cafés, iPads have become almost ubiquitous, as professionals are increasingly realising how fast and efficient their work will become with the use of this device.
With the advent of technology, education has undergone a lot of change for the better. From schools and colleges to vocational institutes and other organizations working towards educational empowerment, the use of various tech gadgets has become prevalent today.