This week on tech, Apple made a bunch of big announcements — the company introduced the iPad Pro, a new 12.9-inch tablet very similar in characteristics to the Surface Pro 3 and with ink support using the new Apple Pencil.
Apple also unveiled an updated Apple TV running the new tvOS, a new Apple Watch collection, and the watchOS 2, which will be arriving on September 16th. In addition, the company introduced the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus with a number of new tweaks and 3D Touch technology.
Early this week, Microsoft announced an updated version of its Office apps for the iPad Pro, iOS 9, and watchOS 2, bringing new features such as inking support for the iPad Pro using the $99 Apple Pencil, multitasking functionality, and much more.
Windows 10 receives a new cumulative update bringing a number of functionality, improvements, and vulnerability fixes. In addition, an internal build of Windows 10 emerged a few days ago unveiling new changes and features coming in “Threshold 2”, which is the next update the company plans to release in October.
This week the Messaging app for Windows 10 arrived to the mobile operating system as a preview, and Microsoft confirms that Office 2016 for PC is arriving to costumers on September 22nd, 2015.
Although, the software giant announced on Friday, September 11, that the release of Windows 10 Mobile (build 10536) will be delayed until next week due to an upgrade bug, some users were able to download the new build and now thanks to a video, we have an early look on what to expect in the next version of the mobile operating system.
In response to a Reddit complain, Microsoft is changing its Xbox One support page, and now customers are able to purchase a power brick replacement easily without hassles, and those with warranty that received a faulty power supply will be able to order a new replacement for free.
Windows 10 for Xbox One is arriving in November and as always members of the Xbox Preview Program will be getting early access. However, the company announced that it will be optional the participation to download the new console’s operating system, and it will be an invite only access.
If you thought Lenovo’s Miix 700 and Apple’s iPad Pro are very similar to the Surface Pro 3, then wait until you see the upcoming Dell XPS 12 2-in-1 convertible. Leaked marketing documents reveals that Dell is planning to launch a new Surface-like tablet with 4K infinity display.
Finally, this week, I added a few new guides to help disable Action Center and bring back Windows Media Center to Windows 10. All this and more…
- Dell plans to launch the XPS 12 2-in-1 Surface-like device with infinity display
- Windows 10 Mobile build 10536: First look at new features and changes (video)
- Invites to test Windows 10 for Xbox One will roll out soon, Microsoft says
- Xbox One power brick replacement now available via Microsoft’s support site
- Apple’s September 2015 event announcements recap
- Microsoft optimizes its Office apps for iPad Pro, iOS 9, and watchOS 2
- Microsoft confirms Office 2016 for Windows PCs release date for September 22nd
- Windows 10 cumulative update KB3081455 for September 8th, now ready for download
- How to disable the Action Center feature in Windows 10
- How to add Windows Media Center back into Windows 10
- Windows 10 upcoming changes include new icons, animations, and tweaks
- Messaging Skype ‘beta’ app for Windows 10 arrives to mobile devices