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Having a likely release date sometime in the middle of this year the time has come to put into perspective all the rumors and speculation surrounding the Asus ZenFone 7. Does it match the hype or is it just another product in a very crowded market? Let’s define what we’re talking about and then discuss the pluses and minuses of the Asus ZenFone 7.

5G Boost

Asus has announced that its ZenFone 7 will carry 5G and this will unfortunately increase the price of the new phone. This was confirmed at a business conference in Taiwan. In order to stay competitive it was decided to upgrade to 5G along with the rest of the competition. So judging by the price of its competition you could expect to pay around 40% more. So expect to pay around $650 USD approximately. Prices of course will come down over time as 5G becomes the industry standard.

All-Screen Display

But there is a plus chúng tôi ZenFone 7 will have an all-screen NanoEdge display. It’s all covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 6 both in the front and the back as well. You interact with it via a Dynamic AMOLED touchscreen which is complemented by a 6.67 inch (16.9 cm) and 120 Hz Touch-Sensing. It also has the HRR 10+ Always On Display. All this is pretty much standard in this era but the question as to whether it represents good value remains to be answered.

Flip Cameras

Perhaps an exception to this is the flip-up camera which is just starting to become a feature among the latest generation of smartphones. Camera technology is taken a lot more seriously and the Asus ZenFone 7 looks like it got the memo. In the flip-up camera mount there are 3 cameras.

Increased Storage

Another pleasant surprise is the increase in storage which has increased from 128 GB to 256 GB. There is also speculation (O.K., it was a leak !) that wireless recharging might also be part of the package. This is all part of an effort by the Wireless Power Consortium which is a collaboration of 500 companies around the world to introduce a standard setting for wireless recharging. With support for a maximum of 15 W while recharging we can expect this to become a standard feature this year with Asus. So there’ll be no more messy cables to carry around. It is expected that the battery will be at least 6,000 mAh and should take about 2 hours to recharge. This is based on the history of the previous release last year by Asus.

Operating System

We can also see and upgrade to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 which will accommodate 8GB of RAM. This is fast becoming the industry standard but it’s good to see Asus keep up with the pack and not get left behind. The 865 is a big improvement over its predecessor the 855 with less latency and more processing power. This will mean the ZenFone 6 will be a sound investment of your money for the next 2 years or so.


So the major upgrade for the Asus ZenFone 7 is the upgrade to 5G which sees it slot in nicely as a slightly cheaper alternative to the big brand names such as Apple and Samsung. But there is nothing all that revolutionary about it. It’s a case of baby steps leading to yet more incremental improvements coming at a reasonable price. But the vast majority of customers are happy with this approach at the present time. The big change will hopefully be in the wireless recharging which will allow for a much more convenient method to power up the battery and to do this at 30 W capacity will be the stuff of dreams coming true. Maybe it’ll happen but we will all have to wait and see when it is released in the next 3 months or so.

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Asus Zenfone 5 Hands On, Initial Review, Photos And Videos

Asus Zenfone 5 Quick Specs

Display Size: 5 Inch HD IPS LCD, 1280 x 720p resolution, 294 PPI, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, 10 point multi touch

Processor: 1.6 GHz dual Core Intel Atom Z2560 processor with PowerVRSGX 544 MP2 GPU clocked at 400 MHz


Software Version: Android 4.3 Jelly bean (customized)

Camera: 8 MP camera, Capable of Full HD, 1080p video recording

Secondary Camera: 2 MP, Capable of 720P HD recording

Internal Storage:  8 GB

External Storage: MicroSD support up to 64 GB

Battery: 2110 mAh

Connectivity:  HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP, aGPS, GLONASS,  Micro USB 2.0

Asus Zenfone 5 Unboxing, Quick Preview, Camera, Benchmarks, Features and Overview [Video]

Design, Form Factor and Display

The Design language of of Asus Zenfone is quite simple and sturdy. The front is mainly a large 5 inch display lined on the bottom with capacitive buttons and a Metallic strip, which is a nice touch and blends well with the new Zenfone 5. The smartphone will be available in several colors and these further add to its appeal. The Metallic hardware keys on the edge compliment the looks quite well.

The 5 inch Display panel has good viewing angles. The color reproduction and brightness are also quite appropriate. It is not the best 5 inch display that we have seen, but it won’t disappoint you. We are expecting this to be launched for around 15 K mark and the 5 Inch HD Display will be one of the better ones in this price range. The display is also enjoys  Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.

Processor and RAM

The processor used is Intel Atom Z2560 with 2 cores clocked at 1.6 GHz based on 32nm process technology. The 2 core PowerVR SGX544 MP2 GPU is also quite powerful. The SoC will be much better than conventional Qualcomm and MediaTek Dual core chipset. Intel is also using Hyper threading technology which lets Z2560 execute 2 instructions per cycle.

Camera and Internal Storage

The primary camera has an 8 MP sensor and wide f2.0 aperture. It also enjoys Autofocus and LED flash functionality. In our initial testing, the camera performance was more than decent. The quality of images was pretty good even in low light conditions.

The camera did stutter in some shots, but we would rate it above average based on initial impressions. Asus also highlights its Pixelmaster software which boosts performance . The rear camera can record 1080p full HD videos and the front 2 MP shooter can record 720p HD videos as well, but video quality doesn’t look very good.

User Interface and Battery

The phone runs on Android 4.3 jelly bean OS with changes of future upgrade to Android KitKat. The customized UI is something we liked in this phone. It vaguely reminds of Aviate launcher and features a balanced mix of functionality and design. In line with the global trends, it’s quite flat as well. Asus has also provided with several useful preloaded apps like PC Link which lets you view and control your smartphone from your PC.

The battery capacity is 2110 mAh and in our initial testing, this didn’t last for complete one day. With moderate usage and perhaps using those battery saver modes that Asus has provided, we can surely expect to cross the one day mark. Asus claims about 18 hours of 2G Talk time and 353 hours of Standby time. The battery is also non removable.

ASUS Zenfone 5 Photo Gallery


The ASUS Zenfone 5 may not be as dazzling on paper, and before you make an opinion based on specifications, you should know that overall experience in practice will be better than your expectations. Multitasking is smooth; thanks to 2 GB RAM and the chipset performance in basic tasks is quite smooth. We can expect ASUS to launch this along with other phones in Zenfone series sometime later this month.

Asus Zenfone Ar Faq, Pros & Cons, User Queries And Answers

Talking about Asus Zenfone AR, it comes with Google’s Project Tango. The first phone with Tango platform, Lenovo Phab 2 Pro was launched in CES 2023. Other highlights of Zenfone AR are Snapdragon 821 processor, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB internal storage and 23 MP tri rear cameras.


5.7 Super AMOLED display

WQHD resolution

Tango enabled phone

TriCam system consisting a 23MP primary camera

Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC


Internal storage up to 256 GB

2 TB expandable memory & other options

AR & VR and Daydream ready


Relatively small battery for such a phone

Hybrid microSD slot

Asus Zenfone AR Specifications

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Question- How is the Design and Build Quality?

Overall the phone has a very simple design with Tango sensors that look pretty hi-tech.

Question- How is the Display Quality ?

Question – What is Google’s Project Tango?

Answer – Tango is a augmented reality computing platform developed by Google. It uses computer vision to enable mobile devices to detect their position relative to the surroundings around them without using GPS or other external signals.

Answer– Zenfone AR is powered by a Quad-core processor (2×2.35 GHz Kryo & 2×1.6 GHz Kryo) with Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821 chipset and Adreno 530 GPU.

It will reportedly come in many variants with 6 GB / 8 GB LPDDR4 RAM and 32/64/128/256 GB internal storage that will be expandable up to 2 TB through a hybrid microSD slot. The phone also has a vapor cooling system that prevents it from overheating.

Question – What is special about Snapdragon 821 Soc?

Question – What are the Camera Specifications?

Answer– Asus Zenfone AR is equipped with three rear cameras, a a motion tracking camera, a depth sensing camera and a 23 MP primary camera with Sony IMX318 sensor, Dual-LED real tone flash, f/2.0 aperture, OIS (4-axis), EIS, 1/2.6″ sensor size, 1 µm pixel size, 3x zoom, phase detection autofocus and depth & motion tracking sensors. On the  front it comes with 8 MP camera with Dual-LED real tone flash, 85˚ wide-viewing angle and f/2.0 aperture.

Answer– Yes, the primary camera supports 4K Video-Recording, while the front camera supports Full HD video recording.

Question- How is the camera performance on Asus Zenfone AR?

Answer– We have not tested the device yet.

Answer- Zenfone AR is backed by a 3300 mAh Li-ion battery that is Non-removable.

Question – Does it support Fast charging?

Answer– Yes, it supports fast charging with Quick charge 3.0

Answer– Yes, the device comes with dual SIM card slot. However, it is a hybrid slot so you will only be able to use two SIMs or one SIM and one microSD card simultaneously.

Question – Does it have a 3.5 MM audio jack?

Answer– Yes, it is placed at the bottom.

Question – Does it have a USB type C port?

Question- Does the Asus Zenfone AR Have microSD Expansion option?

Answer- Yes, up to 2 TB. In addition to that, it comes with ASUS web storage of 5GB that is free for life and 100GB free space on Google Drive for 2 years.

Question – Does it have a dedicated microSD slot?

Question – What is the audio hardware in Asus Zenfone AR?

Answer – It is equipped with an inbuilt mono speaker that comes with 5 magnets, ASUS SonicMaster 3.0, DTS Headphone:X for virtual 7.1 surround sound and NXP Smart AMP technology that delivers up to 4X sound volume.

Question – What are the special features in Zenfone AR?

Answer- As mentioned earlier it is the second phone that comes with Google’s project Tango. In addition to that it is a Daydream ready phone that comes with both AR and VR capabilities.

Answer- Augmented reality is a technology with which you can combine real and virtual world. VR is virtual reality that is very common nowadays. While daydream is a virtual reality platform developed by Google that is build into Android Nougat, with this you can experience high-quality, immersive virtual reality on your phone.

Question- Does the Asus Zenfone AR support Adaptive Brightness?

Answer– Yes, the device supports adaptive brightness.

Question- Which OS version, type runs on the phone?

Question – Are navigation keys backlit?

Answer– Yes.

Question – What are the connectivity options ?

Question – What are the sensors on board?

Answer– Fingerprint sensor, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, hall sensor, ambient light sensor, RGB sensor, IR sensor (Laser Focus), barometer and e-compass.

Question- Where is the fingerprint sensor located ?

Answer– It is inbuilt in the home button on the front.

Answer– In 6 GB variant, around 3.2 GB is free for the user.

Question – What are the dimensions of the phone?

Answer– Its dimensions are 158.7 x 77.7 x 9 mm.

Answer– It weighs around 170 grams.

Question- How is the Call quality?

Answer– We have not tested it yet.

Question- What Color Variants are available for Asus Zenfone AR?

Question- Does it support VoLTE?

Answer– Yes, it supports VoLTE.

Question- Does the Asus Zenfone AR have heating issues?

Answer– We have not tested it yet. We will update you as and when we test the device.

Question- Is Mobile Hotspot Internet Sharing Supported?

Answer– Yes, the device supports mobile data tethering/sharing.


How To Unbrick Asus Zenfone 2, Works On Ota Fail Too!

It may happen that your beautiful Zenfone 2 stops rebooting, getting stuck at boot logo and thus resulting into bootloop. Especially when you installed an OTA update on a rooted Zenfone 2 and where you went one step further into hacking your device: deleting some system apps for better performance. When an OTA is applied, and the said update couldn’t find some system apps, this causes bootloop.

Well, whatever you did, if your Zenfone 2 is bricked, and thus not restarting properly, or you are getting force close errors on apps, then here is a way to unbrick your Zenfone 2. You need to install the whole of firmware back on your device to fix this. And we got one for you here, along with installation instructions. That too a pre-rooted firmware so that you have root access for Xposed, titanium backup and stuff.

Don’t want root access though? Well, simply fire up the SuperSU app after installing the pre-rooted firmware, and tap on Unroot option under the settings. That will unroot your device, and you would be able to take OTA updates too. You have a complete stock device in hand, with everything working alright too. Successful unbrick of your Zenfone 2 isn’t that hard, you’ll see.

How to Unbrick Asus Zenfone 2

For Z008 – here

For Z00A – here

Download all the files from the folder mentioned for your device.

Supported devices

ASUS ZENFONE 2, model no. ZE550ML and ZE551ML

Don’t try this one any other device!


Warning: Warranty may be void of your device if you follow the procedures given on this page. You only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components.

Backup important files stored on your device before proceeding with the steps below, so that in case something goes wrong you’ll have backup of all your important files.

Download the files of pre-rooted firmware from above. And while the download is going on, do step 2 to 6, as we will start working with files from step 7.

Install ADB drivers.

Install Asus Zenfone 2 drivers.

Enable USB debugging on your Zenfone 2. Do this:

Go back to Settings, then choose ‘Developer options’. Find the ‘USB debugging’ option and use its toggle button to enable it. Accept warning by tapping on OK button.

Create a new folder on your PC, and name it as z2unbrick — so that we work only within this folder.

Transfer all the downloaded files to the z2unbrick folder.

Make sure you have all these files in z2unbrick folder:





Now, open command window in the z2unbrick folder. For this:

You will see a command window open up, with location directed to z2unbrick folder of yours.

Boot your Zenfone 2 into fastboot/bootloader mode. For this, run the following command in command window. (You can copy paste the command and then hit enter key to run.) adb reboot bootloader

You will see Fastboot written in the middle of the screen. Alternate way to reboot into fastboot mode is: Power off your device, and then hold Power+Volume up button together until you see Android on screen, with fastboot written.

→ Upon this, you should get a serial no. with fastboot written after it. If you don’t get fastboot written on cmd window, then it means you need to reinstall adb and fastboot drivers, or change restart PC, or use original USB cable.

fastboot devices

Install the pre-rooted firmware now.

Flash the firmware now. Use the following commands for this. Run them one-by-one, hit enter key after each command. fastboot flash fastboot droidboot.img fastboot flash recovery recovery.img fastboot flash boot boot.img fastboot flash system system.img

→ The last command will take time, because chúng tôi is a huge file. Wait for it to complete.

Now, do a factory reset, so that you don’t face any force close or sluggish performance when using the device. Run the following commands one-by-one. fastboot format userdata fastboot format cache

Now, reboot your device running the following command. fastboot reboot

Your Zenfone 2 should start alright now. It’s been unbricked now. And you should face any force close errors either. It’s already rooted, btw, remember? Well, if you wish to take OTA updates in future, or now, make sure device is unrooted. OTA don’t work on rooted devices. To unroot, open the SuperSU app, and then go to Settings tab, and look for ‘Full unroot’ option. Tap on it, and then on ‘continue’ to remove root access from device and make it OTA compatible instantly.

Google Asus Nexus 7 2013 Android 4.4 Kitkat Update: Downloads And Step

The latest update from Google, KitKat, version 4.4 of Android, is already available for download and manual installation for your new and shiny Nexus 7 tablet, 2013 edition.

While it’s NOT the official update from Google, as it’s based on AOSP source code of Android 4.4 that was released by Google right after announcing the Android 4.4 update.

So, if you can’t wait for official update, which is only 2-3 weeks away, install the Android 4.4 on Nexus 7 2013, K008, now, and enjoy the KitKat right away, even before Nexus 5 — the launch device of KitKat — user get to play with it.

Also, know that this Android 4.4 ROM for Nexus 7 2013 is in early stages of development, and is still buggy at some places. So, you may experience apps force closing sometimes.

Note: You need a custom recovery to be able to install the Android 4.4 ROM we’ve got here.

If you need ClockworkMod recovery (CWM) for your Nexus 7, then install the TWRP recovery first using the link just above, then root it using instructions on the same page, and then install ROM Manage free app from play store and install the non-touch version of CWM recovery (works perfect!) using that app, for free.

Warranty may be void of your device if you follow the procedures given on this page.

You only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components.


To make sure your device is eligible with this, you must first confirm its model no. in ‘About device’ option under Settings. Another way to confirm model no. is by looking for it on the packaging box of your device. It must be Nexus7, K008!

Do not use the procedures discussed here on any other device. You have been warned!


You must do this pre-installation stuff before attempting to install the ROM on your Nexus 7 (2013) in order to avoid any complications later, and have a smooth and successful process.


Back up important data and stuff before you start playing around here as there are chances you might lose your apps and app-data (app settings, game progress, etc.), and in rare case, files on the internal memory, too.

For help on Backup and Restore, check out our exclusive page on that linked right below.



You must have proper and working driver installed on your windows computer to be able to successfully install a firmware on your Google Nexus 7. In case you’re not sure, follow the link below for a definitive guide for installing driver for your Nexus 7 on your computer.



If your android device powers off due to lack of battery while the process is underway, it could damage the device.

So, make sure your device is adequately charged — at least 50% battery of the device.


If you haven’t used a custom recovery, either CWM or TWRP, before, to install a .zip file of a ROM on anything else, then we suggest you first watch a video of that, given right below, to get familiar with the process.


Download the files given below and transfer them to a separate folder on your tablet and remember the location.

File size: 167 MB

File size: 107.60 MB

Reminder: Before you proceed, make sure you’ve transferred the files you downloaded above to a separate folder on your tablet.


Make sure you have backed up your tablet adequately (including important data stored on internal memory). Also create a nandroid backup using your recovery for additional safety.

You’ll need either CWM or TWRP recovery for installing the AOSP Android 4.4 ROM on your Google Nexus 7, 2013 edition. And since CWM and TWRP recoveries function differently we’ve put together separate guides for both of them.

So if you’re a CWM user, follow the CWM users guide and if you’re a TWRP user follow the guide for TWRP users.


Boot the Nexus 7 into recovery mode. For this:

Power off your device and wait 4-5 seconds after lights go off.

Press and hold Volume Down + Power key together and release the Power key once the Google logo appears, but keep holding the Volume Down key. You will be in Bootloader mode now.

└ In recovery, use Volume buttons to navigate Up and Down between options and use Power button to select an option.

Create a Backup from recovery. It’s optional but very important to do, so that in case something goes wrong you can restore to current status easily.

Perform a Factory Reset (This will delete all apps and their settings and game progress). For this:

Select Wipe data/Factory reset, then select Yes on the next screen to confirm factory reset (screenshot)

Install the file first. For this:

└ Make sure to first flash the ROM file and then the Gapps file.

After you are done with flashing of the files, reboot your device. For this, go back to the main menu of recovery and select reboot system now.

That’s all. Your Nexus 7 will now reboot and it will take some time as it’ll be tablet’s first boot after installing Android 4.4, be extremely excited for this!


Boot your Nexus 7 (2013) into recovery mode. Do this:

Power off your device and wait 4-5 seconds after lights go off.

Press and hold Volume Down + Power key together and release the Power key once the Google logo appears, but keep holding the Volume Down key. You will be in Bootloader mode now.

└ In recovery, use Volume buttons to navigate Up and Down between options and use Power button to select an option.

Create a Backup from recovery. It’s optional but very important to do, so that in case something goes wrong you can restore to current status easily.

Perform a Factory Reset (this will delete all apps and their settings and game progress). For this:

Tap on Wipe » then at the bottom of the screen do a swipe on the ‘Swipe to factory reset‘ option (screenshot)

First Install the ROM file –

└ Make sure to first flash the ROM file and then the Gapps file.

After you are done with flashing of the files, reboot your device. For this:

Go back to the main menu of recovery and tap on Reboot » then, tap on System to reboot your tablet.

That’s all. Your tablet will now reboot and it will take some time as it’ll be tablet’s first boot after installing Android 4.4, KitKat. Be very excited, man!

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Ipad: History, Specs, Pricing, Education, Review, Rumors, And Deals

Apple’s tablet debuted in 2010. Since the original version, it’s expanded into multiple screen sizes and Pro and non-Pro options.

The iPad is Apple’s base tablet model. In its ninth generation, the iPad focuses on being the perfect tool for education and people who seek a bigger screen to read and surface the web compared to the iPhone. With Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard support, the iPad has never been better.


The iPad is a line of tablets designed and developed by Apple. It was originally announced in 2010, three years after the first iPhone was introduced. With a 9.7-inch screen and with iPhone OS 3.2 the iPad was a success, hitting 1 million tablets sold in over three months, half the time the first iPhone took to reach this mark.

Steve Jobs then unveiled the iPad 2 in March of 2011. About 33% thinner than its predecessor and 15% lighter, the second generation used the A5 chip, twice as faster as its predecessor. The iPad 2 also introduced front and back cameras that supported FaceTime video calls.

The successor of the iPad 2 wasn’t a success at all. The third generation was introduced in March of 2012 with a Retina display and the A5X processor. The problem with this tablet it was too heavy and the battery didn’t last long enough. In October of the same year, Apple announced the fourth generation with the A6X processor, HD FaceTime camera, improved LTE capabilities, and the Lightning connector.

At this October event, Apple also introduced the first iPad mini. In 2013, Apple went with the first iPad Air and the iPad mini 2. In 2023, the company introduced the first Pro model, with two different sizes.

In March of 2023, Apple announced the fifth-generation iPad with the A9 processor. It was a budget option compared to the other tablets. It was in 2023 that the company brought expressive news to the base iPad line. The sixth-generation had the A10 Fusion processor and fully supports the first-generation Apple Pencil.

A year later, the seventh generation was announced with a larger 10.2-inch display and support for the Smart Keyboard as well. It retained most of the specs of the previous model.

In September of 2023, the eighth generation was introduced alongside the fourth-generation iPad Air model. The eighth generation received an upgraded processor, now with the A12 Bionic, while keeping the same storage options: 32GB and 128GB.

In September of 2023, the ninth generation was introduced alongside a redesigned iPad mini. This iPad now features the A13 Bionic processor, True Tone support, and new storage options: 64GB and 256GB while keeping the same price.

iPad 9 Specs

The ninth-generation iPad launched in September of 2023. Available in two colors, Silver and Space Gray, this tablet is made of 100% recyclable aluminum, and supports the first-generation Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.

With thinner bezels, the product comes with a 10.2-inch Retina display with a fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating, and True Tone support for the first time, which adjusts screen content to the color temperature of a room.

This tablet uses the A13 Bionic chip, the same available on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. It has an “all-day” battery with up to 10 hours of surfing the web on Wi-Fi or watching videos.

The iPad also comes in 64GB and 256GB storage options and Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular versions.

Revamped cameras

For the first time, this iPad shares the same FaceTime camera as the M1 iPad Pro with the Center Stage experience. With a new 12MP Ultra Wide front camera and Neural Engine, users can enjoy even more engaging video calls.

As users move around, Center Stage automatically pans the camera to keep them in view. When others join in, the camera detects them too, and smoothly zooms out to include them in the conversation. Center Stage makes video calls more natural in FaceTime as well as third-party video-calling apps.

Its main camera is the same: 8MP, f/2.4 aperture, and digital zoom up to 5x.

iPadOS 15

The ninth-generation iPad comes with the iPadOS 15. Previewed during the WWDC21 keynote, the new operating system brings a redesigned Home Screen with widgets and App Library support.

On iPadOS 15, FaceTime group calls can finally appear in a grid, so it’s easier to see everyone. It’s also possible to share your screen, listen to Apple Music songs together, or watch Apple TV+, HBO Max, Disney+, and others while in a call.

The experience with an external keyboard allows users to get more done with all-new keyboard shortcuts and a redesign of the menu bar.

With the Quick Note feature, users can use the Apple Pencil to add a quick note. They just need to slide the pencil through the bottom right corner to the center of the screen and start writing.

iPadOS 15 launched on September 20. Learn more about it here.

iPadOS 15.1 features

One month after releasing iPadOS 15, Apple released iPadOS 15.1 More notable, the company finally brought SharePlay support for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Unfortunately, Universal Control wasn’t one of the features added with this new version. Here’s what else is new:


Mandarin Chinese (Taiwan) support in the Translate app and for system-wide translation


New automation triggers based on the current reading of a HomeKit-enabled humidity, air quality, or light level sensor


New pre-built actions let you overlay text on images or gifs, plus a new collection of games lets you pass the time with Siri

iPadOS 15.2 features

Five weeks after releasing iPadOS 15.1, Apple is releasing iPadOS 15.2. It brings more features that were expected to launch alongside iPadOS 15 but, unfortunately, Universal Control is still nowhere to be seen. Here are the top features of this version:

Apple Music Voice Plan is a new subscription tier that gives you access to all songs, playlists, and stations in Apple Music using Siri

App Privacy Report in Settings lets you see how often apps have accessed your location, photos, camera, microphone, contacts, and more during the last seven days, as well as their network activity

Communication safety setting gives parents the ability to enable warnings for children when they receive or send photos that contain nudity

Digital Legacy allows you to designate people as Legacy Contacts so they can access your iCloud account and personal information in the event of your death

Apple TV app: Store tab lets you browse, buy, and rent movies and TV Shows all in one place

iPadOS 15.3 features

Six weeks after releasing iPadOS 15.2, Apple is releasing iPadOS 15.3. This update foregoes new features in favor of under-the-hood bug fixes and improvements. One of the most notable changes here is a fix for a Safari vulnerability that may have been leaking your browsing history and Google ID data to the websites you visited.

iPadOS 15.4 features

iPadOS 15.4 finally brings one of the most important features expected from iPadOS 15 and that got delayed: Universal Control. Here’s everything new with iPadOS 15.4:

Universal Control: This feature allows you to control your Mac and iPad using the same keyboard and mouse/trackpad. Universal Control needs iPadOS 15.4 and macOS Monterey 12.3;

New Siri voice: Siri has a fifth American voice. Apple says a member of the LGBTQ+ community recorded the voice and it’s non-binary;

More emoji: iPadOS 15.4 also brings new emojis. You can discover all of the new characters here;

Shortcuts automation: Adds support for running Personal Automations in the background without requiring a pesky banner notification.

You can learn everything new with this update here.

iPadOS 15.5 features

Different from other software updates, iPadOS 15.5 only improves the Podcast app experience, as Apple focused on Wallet changes for the iPhone this time:

Apple Podcasts includes a new setting to limit episodes stored on your iPhone and automatically delete older ones

iPadOS 15.6 features

iPadOS 15.6 is yet another small update for iPad users. Here’s what’s news:

TV app adds the option to restart a live sports game already in progress and pause, rewind, or fast-forward.

Fixes an issue where Settings may continue to display that device storage is full even if it is available.

Fixes an issue that may cause Braille devices to slow down or stop responding when navigating text in Mail.

Fixes an issue in Safari where a tab may revert to a previous page.

iPadOS 15.7 features

iPadOS 15.7 only brings bug fixes and some security improvements as the company readies the iPadOS 16 release.


Apple describes this iPad as the go-to tablet for education. For several years the company discounts this tablet up to 10%.

Apple is always promoting ways students can use the iPad to learn new things: using Augmented Reality, the Apple Pencil, and how to code with Playgrounds.

The company says the “App Store is the best place to discover apps” for education purposes:

“Let your curiosity run wild with iPad. The App Store is the best place to discover apps that let you get a leg up in geometry, learn a new language, and attend virtual classes. You can even use augmented reality to learn something exciting, like watching the history of spaceflight unfold in your living room or making characters from your favorite book literally leap off the page.“

Apple launched the iPad 9 on September 24, 2023.


iPad (2023) pricing starts at $329 for the 32GB storage option with Wi-Fi only. The prices can go up to $559 with the 128GB storage option and WI-Fi + Cellular. Here are the full prices of the ninth-generation tablet:

32GB with Wi-Fi: $329

32GB with Wi-Fi + Cellular: $459

128GB with Wi-Fi: $429

128GB with Wi-Fi + Cellular: $559

Apple Pencil (1st generation): $99

Smart Keyboard: $159

Lower prices may be available from Apple’s official Amazon store.

iPad (2023) Review

Soon, we’ll review the ninth-generation iPad. As for now, you can watch our video review of the eighth-generation iPad, as we described it as the “best value tablet you can buy:”

“The iPad 8 was never meant to be a huge update. But even still, I think this is easily the best value tablet you can buy. For $329, this tablet has so much to offer: The performance, the great battery life, and the Apple pencil functionality. I’d highly recommend you pick up this tablet if you simply need an inexpensive tablet today that’s going to last you for three to four years with no trouble.”

iPad Deals

Over at 9to5Toys, you can find the best deals on the iPad and other Apple products. Download the 9to5Toys iPhone app to receive push notifications for new deals as well.


This iPad could be released in October of 2023.

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