The new 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro is a beautiful device, and it's now closer than ever to the Surface Pro lineup thanks to a keyboard and touchpad. But how does it fare against the Surface Pro X? We compare the two.
Windows devices aren't built to be dedicated small tablets in 2020, but that doesn't mean you can't get a great tablet experience. The iPad mini 5 is on sale for Cyber Monday, and it runs millions of apps, including Microsoft Office.
Apple launched mouse and trackpad support for iPad in March, and Microsoft is working on adding it to its Office apps. According to new reports, Microsoft is aiming to ship mouse support in its Office for iPad apps by fall 2020.
Imitation is flattery right up until you have to compete in the free market. Apple's new $350 Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro brings a trackpad and angled design to its popular tablet. While it's funny to see it happen, it's also a big threat to Microsoft's Surface line. Luckily, Microsoft is already on to the next big thing.
Microsoft may not be actively developing smartphones or phone OS software, but that doesn't mean it's not going full speed ahead on mobile, with a variety of apps and services for Apple's iOS and Google Android, as well as various other mobile-related projects. This is page is Windows Central's go-to destination for all things Microsoft mobile.
The iPad mini 5 is as capable as most other iPads, but packs that tech into a smaller package. With this model, you can look forward to a beautiful 7.9-inch Retina display, A12 Bionic chip, cellular connectivity, 64GB storage, and a 9-hour battery.
You can’t just save files wherever you like on iOS 12, lord, you can barely even save files out of the box. But with a pretty simple workaround, you can download all kinds of files directly to your OneDrive with your iPhone and iPad.