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Microsoft’s iPad Commercial is Funny, But the Joke May Be On Them in the End

Apple loves to tell us that the iPad is a computer and Microsoft loves to make fun of them for it. At least they are both reliable. Microsoft has ribbed Apple in commercials before, but this Christmas season brings a fresh dig in the form of an ad for the Microsoft Surface Go. Check it out here, or below:

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Apple Music Arriving on the Echo is An Interesting Win-Lose for Apple

It was big news last week when Amazon surprised everyone with an announcement that Apple Music is coming to their Echo products. A year ago this would have sounded unthinkable, but Apple and Amazon have been slowly drawing closer over that time. Prime Video showed up on Apple TV and then Amazon started selling new Apple devices after driving unlicensed refurbished sellers out of their Marketplace. And now this.

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Deals: RevolCam: The Multi-Lens Photo Revolution for Smartphones

With photography being one of the most common uses for iPhones today, there is no shortage of accessories to help you get a better shot. Whether additional lenses, flashes or cases, there are plenty of ways to take your camera skills to the next level. Here is an award-winning item that combines two of these accessories into one.

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The Original iPad is Now Available from the Apple Certified Refurbished Store

A lot of buyers are locked in to getting all their shopping done over the Thanksgiving weekend. However, good things can still come to those who wait. The sixth-gen iPad is now available refurbished through Apple’s Certified Refurbished Store for $279 for the 32 GB model. That is $50 off the normal retail price.

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Deals: Nomad Ultra Rugged Charging Cables

Some of the most popular items I have recommended from our Deals store are Lightning cables. If you are an iPhone and/or iPad user, it’s hard to have too many. Between the living room, the bedside table, the car, and maybe the office, it certainly pays to be covered and have a cable standing by at the ready. And don’t even get me started about kids wearing their cables out and coming to borrow yours. If you have children with iOS devices, you know what I’m talking about.

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Congrats to Our Pad and Quill iPhone Case Giveaway Winners

Our Pad and Quill iPhone Case Giveaway ended Monday at midnight, and I am pleased to announce our winners!

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Donald Trump is Playing a Dangerous Game and Apple isn’t the Only Potential Loser

Apple’s stock has taken a beating this month, and it sunk even lower today after comments from Donald Trump in a Wall Street Journal interview pointed toward the possibility of additional trade tariffs. The President of the United States casually tossed around comments about how easily people can stand a 10% tariff on all electronics imported from China. Evidently, he isn’t all that concerned with preserving the economic gains of the last year, because tariffs like these will kill them fast enough to make your head spin.

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Apple’s Free In-Store Classes Are Worth Taking Advantage Of

If you live near an Apple Store, you may already be aware of the fact that they offer free courses covering all kinds of topics. Whether you are interested in learning more about your devices, investigating new things like coding, or maybe looking for something more creative or artistic, Apple has you covered. If you weren’t aware that these programs were available, I would definitely suggest that you take a look. There is a schedule for your nearest store at Apple.com and in the Apple Store app under Sessions.

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Don’t Miss Out On Our Pad and Quill Case Giveaway!

Our Pad and Quill iPhone case giveaway started yesterday and ends Monday at midnight. Don’t miss it. Follow this link or look below to sign up.

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Living with the New iPad Pros- Face ID is a Great Addition

There was a lot of speculation about how accurate and how reliable Face ID would be before the iPhone X was released last year. Those questions were answered quickly, as Apple’s TrueDepth cameras, Secure Enclave, and software combined to make a facial recognition easy to set up and even easier to use with a smartphone. After a year of success, there was little doubt that Face ID would work when it came to the iPad Pro. The question was if it could provide the additional flexibility needed to work well on a platform that isn’t centered around a single task or orientation.

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Giveaway- Pad and Quill Traveler and Bella Fino Cases

iPad Insight is wishing you a Happy Holidays with a great giveaway. Enter today to win one of the following quality cases from Pad and Quill:

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