Apple’s official cases for the iPad Pro aren’t “insanely great,” they’re insanely expensive. But with tons of junk occupying the bargain case market, how can you find an iPad Pro case that is both well designed and affordable? Well, we found an iPad Pro case that arguably matches Apple on design and function, but costs just $16. Read on for our review.
TekRevue’s Jim Tanous returned to the MacJury again this week to discuss first impressions of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro with App Camp for Girls founder Jean MacDonald, technology author Michael E. Cohen, and host Chuck Joiner.
The 9.7-inch iPad Pro’s new True Tone Display feature can make colors appear more consistent based on changing ambient light conditions, but it won’t provide absolute color accuracy. If color accuracy is important to your work on the iPad Pro, here’s how to disable True Tone manually.
TekRevue’s Jim Tanous joined The Mac Observer’s John Martellaro, freelance tech journalist Jackie Dove, and host Chuck Joiner on this week’s MacJury roundtable to discuss the announcements from Apple’s March event.