iPad Pro, tvOS9.2, many new features promised in iOS 9.3, no Android migration app


Image from Apple's NZ iPad Pro page
Image from Apple’s NZ iPad Pro page

iPad Pro as a laptop replacement — It all depends on your workflow and your expectations. For Steven Sande, the choice all boils down to two things: a lack of interruptions and a well-defined workflow.
The first thing I’ve noticed about using the iPad Pro as a laptop replacement is that I have fewer interruptions. When I’m working on my iMac, I tend to have way too many disruptions at any time. While that 27-inch beast is a fast and versatile computer, I tend to have way too many things running simultaneously: they all vie for my attention …

tvOS 9.2 beta 1 adds support for app folders, Bluetooth keyboards — The upcoming tvOS 9.2 update for the fourth-generation Apple TV will add a number of new capabilities for the fresh platform, including the ability to stow apps in folders on the home screen, and to connect a Bluetooth keyboard for easier text entry. Meanwhile, App Analytics data is now available for tvOS apps, letting developers measure user engagement and monetization of tvOS apps.

Forthcoming iOS 9.3 adds night mode, secure notes, more in iOS 9.3 — The next point release of Apple’s mobile operating system is shaping up to be one of the most important yet, with a slew of new features that help users sleep, keep their sensitive data under wraps, and get a better overview of their health coming in iOS 9.3.  iOS 9.3 for iPad adds multi-user support for students, new Classroom append other new iPad features focussed on the education market, including multi-user support and a new dedicated Classroom app.
iOS 9.3 & watchOS 2.2 betas also add ability to pair multiple Apple Watches with an iPhone.

Apple denies plans to build iOS-to-Android migration tool — Apple is not, in fact, working on a migration tool to help iPhone owners switch to Android, a spokesperson said on Monday, in a rare instance of the company commenting on rumors.

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