With sales of Apple's tablets falling for the third straight quarter, you can bet it's been taking a close look at how to deal with the drop. In fact, the tech firm is reportedly looking at the idea of ditching the Mini to focus on the expected 'iPad Pro.'
With Apple's keynote looming over the industry, we take a look at everything we expect to happen, and not happen, this Thursday. Rumors include updated iPads, iMacs, and the Mac Mini, as well as more info on OS X Yosemite.
Los Angeles Clippers owner and ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer made his desire to have the team switch to Windows known in a recent interview. Ballmer promised to be smart about the transition, which will take place in the offseason.
A new report revealed that Apple is working on a 12.5-inch iPad. It will reportedly be available in early 2015, with no specific date given. As expected, Apple did not comment, though such an iPad would make sense for enterprise.
In a memo sent to the Los Angeles School Board of Education, Superintendent John Deasy revealed that the ambitious plan to distribute iPads to its students is dead before arrival. The program currently uses laptops instead of iPads.