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10 iPad Air 2 reviews in 10 quintessential quotes

The early word is out on the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3.

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The Week in iOS Apps: Using your new iPhone's barometer

This week's roundup of apps includes one offering that turns iPhone 6 users into an army of weather data collectors — who needs TV meteorologists when you can create your own weather forecasts?

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The Week in iPad Cases: Wallets, extra storage, and more

Need a little extra room for your things while you’re on the road? Fear not, for this week’s round up of new iPad cases offers abundant choice of alternative storage solutions for your favorite tablet.

iPad Air 2: The only three things you really need to know

It's Apple's best iPad ever. But what does it really deliver compared to the first iPad Air? Jon Phillips separates awesome from ordinary.

Bankable Backup and Recovery options for Your iPhone or iPad

Take a look at these useful tools for backing up and restoring your iOS device.

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Here's how Google's Nexus 9 stacks up against Apple's iPad Air 2

Sure, one runs iOS and one runs Android, but subtler differences matter as much in choosing between the hottest two tablets of the fall.

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Apple debuts iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3: Thinner, faster, gold, and with Touch ID

The newest additions to the iPad lineup are incremental upgrades from their predecessors.

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The Week in iOS Accessories: A camera for your camera phone

This week's roundup includes the new QX line of camera lenses from Sony, which uses your iPhone as a viewfinder to take DSLR-quality photos.

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The Week in iPad Cases: Rainbows, butterflies, and flowers

This week’s round up of new iPad cases offers an assortment of colorful themes, familiar cartoon characters, and storage solutions.

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The Week in iOS Apps: Gameboy style, video editors, and updates from Square

Gaming nostalgia is always popular on iOS — can a new Gameboy-style game generate the same enthusiasm as its 8-bit cousins?