As we mourn those who died in Paris during Friday’s terrorist attack, we look back at the week that was in technology.
The biggest story of the week: The iPad Pro arrives
The largest iPad in history arrived in stores this week. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro went on sale at a starting price of $799. Throw in the $169 Smart Keyboard and $99 Apple Pencil and the least expensive model will set you back $1,067.
Unfortunately, Apple’s rollout of the iPad Pro wasn’t perfect. Early reviews on the devicehave been mixed, while the heavily promoted accessories remain back ordered for most customers thanks to apparent supply constraints. Meanwhile, the number of iPad Pro-optimized apps remains small.
Also making news: The second Apple Watch is coming
Cupertino is planning on releasing a second-generation version of its wearable device in 2016. At least, thats what one recent report out of China claims.
UDN argues that the second-generation device will launch in the second or third quarter next year. This would place the “Apple Watch 2″ release over a year after the launch of the original model in the Apple Online Store.
First announced back in October, YouTube has officially unveiled itsYouTube Musicapp for the iPhone.
After downloading the app, youll quickly be taken to a personalized home screen based on previous videos viewed on YouTube. When watching a video, you can also launch a personalized station depending on the artist or song. Liking specific music will help the app offer better recommendations that align to your taste.Its also quick and easy to search for any type of music.