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TrustedReviews

A really good, reliable tablet that’ll suit most people’s needs

Apple iPad 9.7

from TrustedReviews
The iPad 9.7-inch is the perfect mix of features and price. It doesn’t offer up anything new, and I think the iPad Air 2 is still the better tablet, but for everyone else looking for a reliable device then this ticks all the boxes... Full review
Wired

New and (sort of) improved

Apple iPad 9.7

from Wired
The question about the iPad has never been whether it was good, but whether it was worth it. Even now, seven years on, I can’t think of a single thing the iPad does that I couldn’t do on my phone. But I’d rather do lots of them on my iPad. Sometimes it’s the screen size, sometimes it’s the battery life, sometimes it’s the simple fact that I don’t have to have all my work apps on my iPad and thus don’t get constantly drawn in by push notifications and distracting app icons... Full review
finder.com.au

Isn’t a radical reinvention, except in terms of how much it costs

Apple iPad 9.7

from finder.com.au
Apple’s 2017 iPad is still the tablet to buy if you need a new device, but there’s little here to tempt upgraders beyond the substantially lowered price point... Full review
Cnet

Still great, one year later

Apple iPhone SE

from Cnet
If you don't want a small screen, don't go here. If you live your life on your phone screen and need a large canvas, don't go here. If you're on a budget and want an iPhone, go for it. It's still great. Just note those alternatives listed above, especially if you're OK with living on Android... Full review
iLounge

least expensive full-sized iPad that Apple has ever sold

Apple iPad 9.7

from iLounge

Apple’s fifth-generation iPad is a good, solid product at a great price for those who want a full-sized iPad but have no desire to pay twice the price for “Pro” camera and audio features. The performance is more than fast enough, and it provides the longest battery life of any iPad we’ve ever tested. While some would suggest that this iPad is targeted primarily at the education and business markets, we feel there’s also a considerable group of iPad users who have eschewed the iPad Pro simply because of its higher price tag, and truly have no need for the higher... Full review

GottaBeMobile

Apple offers a budget tablet

Apple iPad 9.7

from GottaBeMobile
The new 2017 iPad didn’t get a big overhaul because it seems Apple set a brand new goal: to lower the price so that this iPad would appeal to schools. Google dominates the education market with their affordable and simple Chromebooks mostly due to price and simplicity. When you consider the price reduction, the new 2017 iPad makes for a great tablet for schools and others... Full review
IT Pro

Sacrifices a fancy screen for a more attractive price point and some meaningful performance upgrades

Apple iPad 9.7

from IT Pro
Apple's move to rein in the price of the lower-end iPad is a very savvy one. The iOS software is far better suited to devices of this kind than Android, and offering a more powerful, longer-lasting and more competitively-priced replacement to the previous iPad generation will doubtless help secure the company's place at the top of the pile... Full review
IT Pro

A worthy successor

Apple iPad 9.7

from IT Pro
Apple's move to rein in the price of the lower-end iPad is a very savvy one. The iOS software is far better suited to devices of this kind than Android, and offering a more powerful, longer-lasting and more competitively-priced replacement to the previous iPad generation will doubtless help secure the company's place at the top of the pile... Full review
PC Advisor

A good upgrade for anyone still using an older iPad

Apple iPad 9.7

from PC Advisor
The 2017 iPad isn't Apple’s usual big upgrade. Instead, it’s aimed at owners of older iPads who want better performance and the latest software features. It’s slightly disappointing that the screen isn't laminated and that the cameras aren't the best Apple offers in an iPad, but considering the price it’s good value overall... Full review
Venture Beat

Big iOS on the cheap

Apple iPad 9.7

from Venture Beat
It lets Apple compete more effectively with Chromebooks, Windows tablets, and Android tablets. And it lets people use a full-sized iOS-flavored tablet without breaking the bank. Which is pretty cool. If you’ve always thought an iPad might be nice to have but just isn’t necessary due to its price, this is the product that should make you reconsider... Full review
Mackenzie

Review on the IPhone 7 by Mackenzie

Apple iPhone 7

I love the IPhone 7. its a great fast working phone. love the screen. i would recomed everyone to get this IPhone, only thing im not liking is the no headphone jack but still a great phone!!! Always good to try something different an this phone is deffently different compared to the Iphone 6
I love the IPhone 7. its a great fast working phone. love the screen. i would recomed everyone to get this IPhone, only thing im not liking is the no headphone jack but still a great phone!!! Always good to try something different an this phone is deffently different compared to the Iphone 6 Less

I hate this phone

Apple iPhone 6s

My first iPhone and my last
My first iPhone and my last Less

It's so awesome to own one I love it

Apple iPad mini 2

I love them I use them for everything I do I have one in my hand I'm very pleased with it i'm satisfied with it I love it
I love them I use them for everything I do I have one in my hand I'm very pleased with it i'm satisfied with it I love it Less

It’s a great phone and a very good evolution of the iPhone line

Apple iPhone 5s

The iPhone 5s is a great phone. Do we recommend it? Absolutely. It’s clearly the best iPhone Apple has ever built. But if you’re an iPhone fan we need to answer whether or not it’s worth an upgrade from an older device. That depends on the device you have currently. Yes, we think there’s enough here... More
The iPhone 5s is a great phone. Do we recommend it? Absolutely. It’s clearly the best iPhone Apple has ever built. But if you’re an iPhone fan we need to answer whether or not it’s worth an upgrade from an older device. That depends on the device you have currently. Yes, we think there’s enough here to upgrade from the iPhone 4s or older, but that it’s a bit too similar feeling for anyone with an iPhone 5. Less

hanna thanks for this informative article

Hanna. You say "we recommend it." Are you with a blog or review group? If so you can contact us to be considered in our sources for expert reviews. As for the 5s, have you tested the video on the 5s vs. the 5. Curious your experience there if any. Thanks for your review.
starettie

Not impressed

Apple iPhone 5s

I've owned the iPhone for less than 6 months. The fingerprint technology isn't great. Often it doesn't recognize the fingerprint for so long that its faster logging in through pass ID. In recent days, the batter life drains to 30% within 3-4 hours of a full charge. This phone cost me over $900 and... More
I've owned the iPhone for less than 6 months. The fingerprint technology isn't great. Often it doesn't recognize the fingerprint for so long that its faster logging in through pass ID. In recent days, the batter life drains to 30% within 3-4 hours of a full charge. This phone cost me over $900 and I am REALLY unimpressed. My old iphone 3G was more reliable than this. Less

It is perfect for people ....

Apple iPhone 5c

it is a great phone, its fast, never crashed on me, never glitches or anything. I'm not going to say that the battery is AWESOME but its okay ... every iPhone is like that though. For people who don't know who to use an iPhone or never even used one, it's great, My mother purchased it and I just t... More
it is a great phone, its fast, never crashed on me, never glitches or anything. I'm not going to say that the battery is AWESOME but its okay ... every iPhone is like that though. For people who don't know who to use an iPhone or never even used one, it's great, My mother purchased it and I just taught her a few things, and boom! she uses siri already without me telling her about her phone having a person to talk to with network connection so really its great nothing really different to the 5S so BUY IT! Less

Still a good phone

Apple iPhone 5s

But that's about it. Apple's innovation has been lacking for years and it is basically reselling the same product over and over with little to no improvement. iOS 7 has mixed reviews as well with its childish appearance. Still a good phone, in the way that the iPhone 4 is still a good phone, just... More
But that's about it. Apple's innovation has been lacking for years and it is basically reselling the same product over and over with little to no improvement. iOS 7 has mixed reviews as well with its childish appearance. Still a good phone, in the way that the iPhone 4 is still a good phone, just nothing special. Less
HD

Worst phone I have ever used

Apple iPhone 5

Having received this phone from work I am shocked at what I have lost moving from an older Blackberry - Call quality and reception is poor and a great selection of apps doesn't make up for pitiful email, address book, and voice dially functionality. This has all the pretty with none of the substanc... More
Having received this phone from work I am shocked at what I have lost moving from an older Blackberry - Call quality and reception is poor and a great selection of apps doesn't make up for pitiful email, address book, and voice dially functionality. This has all the pretty with none of the substance. I will be paying retail shortly for another device to use in its place Less

Good Christmas gift

Apple iPhone 5

Very good phone. Got it today for Christmas. I am through Fido and have the 60 max plan. Very fast and works wonders. I would reccomend.
Very good phone. Got it today for Christmas. I am through Fido and have the 60 max plan. Very fast and works wonders. I would reccomend. Less

Works wonderfully, wears horribly

Apple iPhone 5

Almost 3 months with the 5..... - Is it lighter? Quite a bit. - Is it thinner and nicer to hold? Noticeably. - Is the screen better? No question. The size makes a difference. - Is it faster than say the 4s? I can't say I notice. - Does it scratch easily? Your darn right it does. This is Applegate.... More
Almost 3 months with the 5..... - Is it lighter? Quite a bit. - Is it thinner and nicer to hold? Noticeably. - Is the screen better? No question. The size makes a difference. - Is it faster than say the 4s? I can't say I notice. - Does it scratch easily? Your darn right it does. This is Applegate. Horrible. 3 months in mine looks like it made a few laps in a gravel crusher. - Headphone Jack? Yes...its on the bottom and its annoying. Would I buy it again? No question. Less

About Apple

Apple Inc. came on the stage as a wireless phone manufacturer with massive fanfare when it introduced its revolutionary iPhone in 2007.

Rather than build “just another cell phone”, Apple, as it is known to do, built something incredible and hard to forget. A large part of the fascination with the iPhone centers on its smooth, touch screen user interface(UI).

Invented by Palm over 20 years ago, the touch screen had never been so fun and sexy as when Apple began playing with it. Rather than using a stylus or having to ‘accommodate’ the interface, Apple created something that all but redefined ‘intuitive’. Natural finger motions allowed the user for the first time to interact with a device as though it were truly an extension of themselves.

Established in Cupertino, California on April 1, 1976 by Steven Jobs, Bill Gates one time friend and current business nemesis, Apple Inc. was known for its first 30 years as Apple Computer. And as with the iphone, Apple has a reputation for developing superior and intuitive computers, so much so that the company has a great many loyal customers to whom Apple is more like a lifestyle choice than a company.

Apple may have begun in a modest California garage, but it now employs over 20,000 permanent and temporary workers globally and had $24.01 billion in sales in 2007.

Apple is one of those few companies whose name alone has transcended into the rarified air of household names and worldwide logo recognition.


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