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Title says it all, but I'll repeat. Keyboard/Shortcuts don't work at all for me now on iPad 3rd Generation ("New iPad" LTE.) Also, triple tapping the Home button on my Logitech EasySwitch Bluetooth Keyboard for Mac no longer triggers Accessibility, though that option remains selected in Settings and still works on the iPad's own Home button. Feh. And first time ever, whole iPad just crashed and restarted on its own.
Wait, so you're telling me this means Apple is not using these vans to track down and abscond with Tesla employees?
Why do I not believe this? Might make an okay Hackintosh, dunno, but wouldn't consider this "out of the box."Crap resolution display too.You can get a new in box 13.3" Retina MBP for less right now.
I am using a Logitech keyboard right now with my iPad. It's the Easy-Switch K811, kind of a Macbook KB clone %u2014 has auto backlighting and is the same size as Apple's wireless KB. Use it in conjunction with my Otterbox Defendercase, it's cover doubles as a stand to hold the iPad in either Landscape or Portrait. Yeah, it is awkward having to reach the screen to select stuff, but not as awkward as trying to edit text with my fingertips. Still find it weird that any Apple...
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Thanks Marvin, I was looking at the refurbed and earlier models too but the 8GB RAM and 10+hr battery life of the current MBP were more important to me. Not to mention that buying from either B&H or Apple, as a NYS resident I'd have been paying an extra hundred in tax. Still yeah, that 256GB SSD does add a couple hundred in value, at today's storage prices. So Skylake could support wireless charging, huh. Might be the way Apple gets around the mag-safe port being too...
Funny but as my old Mac recently died I've been trolling eBay for an entry level 13" Retina Macbook Pro. Overnight a couple units of the current model, new sealed in box, appeared for less than at the Apple Store (and they're usually actually more at the tat bazaar). Then this morning B&H lists them at even less, $1149. What's most interesting is that they are not even advertising this as a markdown. Which leads me to believe they are quietly clearing out inventory in...
Yeah, glad I haven't tossed my old iPad either! Anybody know what are the minimum system requirements on the Mac side? And how does it work with an iPad as a sole display? Kinda bummed that the developer has already raised the price 50% and it's still in beta. I remember paying almost $30 for iTeleport when it first came out; then it went down to $10 IIRC and is now about $25. Gets like one star reviews for the current version. Funny but until my PPC eMac blew this...
Oh I wouldn't expect the iPad to work as a touch display for OS X, that is what the keyboard and trackpad would be for. Nor would the iPad part necessarily utilize the keyboard, it would be detachable just as it is now from the smart cover. Simply put, the two halves in conjunction would operate exactly like a MB, and the display alone would just be an iPad.Being able to employ just one single display for two different uses would save the consumer. I mean, what is the...
Why do you say that? I mean, nobody is talking about one processor running both. iOS would stay on ARM in the display, which is simply an iPad. OS X would be on the new Intel chip inside the keyboard/trackpad unit, just like in any Macbook. Yes both keyboard and display would probably have to have their own battery, but the total weight of the two would not likely exceed that of the current MBP, given the greater efficiencies that will be realized in this iteration....
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