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Apple today updated its most popular iPad with support for Apple Pencil and even greater performance, starting at $329.

Apple released the latest update to iOS, version 11.3, which adds the previously promised iPhone battery health settings, along with four new Animoji, ARKit 1.5, a new Music Videos section in Apple Music, and more.


Apple CEO Tim Cook has doubled down on his call for regulation that would limit Facebook and others companies’ ability to use customer data.

Apple announced new tools and programs designed to help teachers spark creativity in the classroom and inspire students to succeed.


We just spent some time with Apple’s new $329 iPad, announced here in Chicago at its education event. The new iPad is very familiar. It has the same basic 9.7-inch screen size, bezels, Touch ID sensor, button placement, and cameras. The big new features are Apple Pencil support, which works the same as the iPad Pro, and an update to the A10 processor.


What’s next for Apple? We’ll find out in June, when the company hosts devs from around the world at Worldwide Developers Conference 2018. Every year, the event gives Cupertino execs a chance to show off Apple’s new software and hardware. The latest WWDC 2018 rumors show what’s on the horizon.

The new Apple Watch is also said to have improved health tracking capabilities.


If you paid $600 for a space gray Magic Keyboard or Magic Trackpad when the iMac Pros shipped, you’re a chump.

Starting today, patients of Stanford, NYU and 40 other hospitals and clinics can now view their medical records right from their iPhone.


‘Let’s take a field trip’ was one of Apple’s freshest events in years — even if there’s a lot of schoolwork left to be done.