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Apple and SAP partner up, take on the enterprise app space
“This partnership will transform how iPhone and iPad are used in enterprise by bringing together iOS with SAP’s deep expertise in business software."
Apple remains top dog of declining tablet market
"Tablet shipment results were mediocre following impressive fourth-quarter performances that were supported by the peak season demand."
Hands-on review: Apple 9.7 inch iPad Pro
When the new 9.7 inch iPad Pro was placed down on my desk, it felt like Christmas. I didn’t even care that its metal finish was a distinctive pink.
Apple gears up for its 27th annual developer conference
"There has never been a more exciting time to bring our developer community together."
In pictures: All about Apple
Apple ups its mobility game with the release of the new iPhone and iPad.
All new 9.7-inch iPad Pro comes to New Zealand
Apple has released an all new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and says it will be available to order March 24 for a starting price of NZ$1,049.
New iPad app for 'struggling readers' launched
The app has been designed to deliver an individualised reading coaching to beginning readers, struggling readers, and English language learners.
New language education app helps kids with learning disabilities
A new app for language disorders is the first special education tool to be featured by Apple in the best new apps section of the App Store.
Brydge iPad keyboards available now for Kiwi students
Brydge has released new wireless keyboards in New Zealand for secondary and tertiary students who want to turn their iPad into an education tool.
Apple ups education focus with latest acquisition
Hot on the tail of releasing a slew of new education features with iOS 9.3, Apple has acquired LearnSprout, an education technology start-up.
Apple wants to help you with your budding music career
Want to tap into your musical potential? Apple is on your side, bringing new and refreshed music apps to the App Store.
What Apple's latest iOS update means for educators
Apple's latest iOS update brings a range of new features designed specifically for the education system, including shared iPads and the Classroom app.
One class school gets early connection to Wi-Fi
Remote West Coast school Barrytown now has wireless internet access in its classrooms as the Ministry of Education stepped in ahead of UFB update.
The only iPad Pro review you’ll ever need*
In the spirit of full-disclosure I’m going to let you in on a secret: I love Apple.
In pictures: Apple's iTunes U for the classroom
iTunes U helps educators organise their classrooms in a seamless fashion, enabling teachers to deliver lessons, grade assignments and stay connected.
Apple's iPad Pro improvements crucial, experts say
The iPad Pro is Apple's largest mobile device to date and has considerably improved specifications; a critical development for future success.
Hands-on review: Brydge iPad keyboard
As a Kickstarter fan, I do like to see products make it. The Brydge iPad keyboard has definitely made it, even onto my Christmas must-have list.
Hands-on review: Belkin QODE Ultimate Pro iPad Keyboard
It may be wafer thin, but this hasn't translated into any serious keyboard compromises.
iPad Pro, now available from Vodafone New Zealand
Vodafone New Zealand has announced the iPad Pro, complete with the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, is now available to order from it’s website.
New iPad Pro comes complete with… a pencil?
Targeting a greater number of professional users along with general consumers, Apple has introduced the iPad Pro to its line-up.
Apple, Samsung lose ground as tablet market sags
Apple has held its spot at the top in the global tablet market, despite a substantial decline in a market that has seen little innovation or updates.
How iPad apps can help Kiwi SMBs
"The ability to work on the move and run business applications from tablets and smartphones has become a need-to-have, rather than a nice-to-have."
iOS app review: Papers, please
It’s a game. It’s just not like any game I’ve ever played before. For a start, it’s kind of depressing. Claustrophobic. Unsettling.
Microsoft set to gain as iPad falters in tablet market
While the iPad is the weakest link, salvation comes in the form of Microsoft and the commercial sector which will help garner low but positive growth.