Six cases for your new iPad Pro

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The iPad Pro should be right around the corner now that the fourth-generation Apple TV is officially available. Some rumors are pointing to a November 11 launch, but nothing has been officially confirmed. We do know that the iPad Pro is slated for a November release and that it is time to start preparing for its arrival. First you must consider if you're going to ditch your old 9.7-inch iPad for the more powerful 12.9-inch version. If have already made up your mind and plan to pre-order an iPad Pro, then here are some case and keyboard case options for you to consider.

How to sell your used iPad before the iPad Pro launch

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The iPad Pro is rumored to be launching around November 11, which means it is time to decide if you want to trade in your old 9.7-inch iPad for a new 12.9-inch tablet. It makes sense to upgrade to the iPad Pro if you already have a larger iPhone 6 or 6s model and want a new iPad that isn't the iPad mini 4. The larger screens of the iPhone 6 models are a good alternative to the 7.9-inch mini, and the iPad Pro is Apple's fastest and most powerful device with its A9X processor and 4GB of RAM.

The iPad Pro is also very expensive starting at $799 for the WiFi-only model. You will probably want to try and sell your old device if you do decide to upgrade. There are several ways to sell your used iPad model, such as eBay, or you can check rates for electronics resellers like Nextworth or Gazelle.

Sketching and painting app 'Procreate' gains iPad Pro and Apple Pencil support


Savage Interactive today updated its sketching app Procreate with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil support. The design app can now support 16K resolution canvases when used on Apple's upcoming 12-inch tablet, and the app will also take advantage of all the advanced features found in the Apple Pencil when the stylus is released sometime this month. The official release notes for version 3.0 of the app lists "predictive touch, coalesced touches, pressure sensitivity" as some of the new features available for the Apple Pencil.

Nintendo announces Miitomo as first mobile title


Nintendo today announced that its first original title for mobile devices will be Miitomo. The free-to-play title will allow users to create a Mii avatar and share common interests with other players. Miitomo will launch in March 2016, and it will include optional IAPs.

The video game maker announced the news during an investor briefing on Thursday morning. Investors and Nintendo fans were disappointed with the news that Nintendo decided to launch an unknown social networking app, instead of a video game starring one of its more popular characters, such as Mario. Shares of Nintendo dropped 9% after the briefing.

Nintendo to announce first mobile game tomorrow


On Thursday Nintendo will announce its first video game for smartphones and tablets during its meeting with investors, according to The Wall Street Journal. Up until recently the video game maker has snubbed mobile gaming, refusing to port older titles to the App Store or release new games on mobile platforms. Earlier this year Nintendo had a change of heart announcing they would team up with the Japanese game developer DeNA to release new games to smartdevices.

New iPad Games and Apps of the Week

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Apple CEO Tim Cook announced this week that the fourth-generation Apple TV will be available for pre-order on Monday, October 26, and that it will begin shipping at the end of the month. Apple also opened app submissions for tvOS. This means developers can start submitting third-party apps and games for the new Apple TV.

Chrome for iOS adds multitasking support for iPad

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Google's Chrome web browser for the iPad is the latest iOS app to add multitasking support. iPad users who upgrade to version 46.0.2490.73 of the app will be able to use the Chrome browser alongside other apps, or view video while using Apple's Picture in Picture feature. The update also adds better support for right-to-left languages.

Apple releases iOS 9.1, mostly benefits iPhone users

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Apple today has released iOS 9.1 for the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. The update features mostly bug fixes but it also add over 150 new emojis and improves Live Photos for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners. The update fixes an Audio Message bug that was stopping users from sending text messages, and issues affecting the Calendar app, App Store and Game Center. The update also includes improvements in the Multitasking UI, CarPlay, Music, Photos, Safari, and Search. Here's the iOS 9.1 changelog.


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