EDITORS’ RATINGNot yet rated1141FileMaker Pro, and the FileMaker Server component that makes databases available over a network, has a new version for Windows and Mac with a handful of improvements and new features that fill in some previously annoying gaps — especially for integrating with online services.
FileMaker 16’s Invisible Brillianceby William Porter The just-released FileMaker 16 is the most significant update to the database platform in at least a decade, and yet most of the improvements have little to do with the company’s marquee products: FileMaker Go and FileMaker Pro. They are, respectively, the mobile and desktop clients used to run FileMaker databases. Yes, the company has enhanced each in a few welcome ways, but the big news in this release is in technologies that are invisible to end users: FileMaker Server, WebDirect, and beyond.
The new 2017 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models that were introduced at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference are today available for purchase at Apple retail stores around the world.
With stock now available at retail locations, in-store pickup for the iPad Pro has also gone live, allowing customers to check stock at local Apple Stores.
Apple began accepting iPad Pro orders just after the WWDC keynote event, and the first iPad Pro models began shipping out over the weekend with most offering June 13 delivery dates.
The new 10.5-inch iPad Pro replaces the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, offering a bigger display with 40 percent smaller side bezels and a slightly larger and heavier body. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is the same size as the previous-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro.