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Will Shanklin

Will Shanklin

Senior Writer, Mobile Tech

Will Shanklin began writing for online-tech publications more than a decade ago.

During that time, he has worked for media outlets ranging from Android Central to AppleInsider, and Geek to HuffPost. He also spent five years building and running a Mobile Tech section at New Atlas.

Will has interviewed top technology executives and developers, and he's reviewed a long list of consumer gear. He loves presenting content in a way that's as clear, digestible, and visually engaging as possible.

A recent Denver transplant, Will looks forward to exploring the area's nature, live music, and other fun activities.

2021 Apple iPad with pencil.

Apple iPadOS 15: Everything you need to know

Apple's iPadOS 15 makes multitasking easier and more functional, with lots of new features and updates. Here's everything you need to know.
Apple's Craig Federighi standing in front of the iOS 15 logo.

Anyone can install the iOS 15 public beta now – here’s how

The final version of Apple’s iOS 15 won’t arrive until the fall, but you can check it out now with the first public-facing beta.
12.9-inch iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard.

Rumored OLED iPad Air could outshine iPad Pro, confuse buyers

Last year, Apple gave us a confusing dilemma when choosing between the iPad Air and iPad Pro. A new report suggests that decision is about to get tricky again.
Apple executive, standing in front of a huge image of the iPad Pro.

A 16-inch iPad? Why this rumored monstrosity should never see the light of day

The iPad Pro blurs the lines between tablet and laptop about as well as a device can. But a rumored gigantic iPad would be too big to live up to its name.
iPad Pro on a desk with other Apple devices and accessories.

Apple uncorks better iPad app performance with one tiny tweak

The iPad Pro's apps may soon start to catch up with its hardware, thanks to a new behind-the-scenes tweak that Apple will begin offering some apps.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella standing onstage in a welcoming pose.

Microsoft CEO would ‘welcome’ iMessage on Windows

In a recent video interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella listed iMessage as one example of Apple features that his company would invite onto Windows.