Yesterday was a holiday for Apple lovers world wide after the major corporation revealed it’s next line up of hi-tech products at a convention in San Francisco. If you haven’t had the chance to check out the details of the products check this out:
Reports the Chicago Tribune:
Apple Inc. on Tuesday unveiled a Retina iPad Mini and the iPad Air, a thinner, faster full-size iPad that Apple executives said was innovative enough to “deserve a new name.” The new device weighs 1 pound and runs on Apple’s new A7 chip, said Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Apple. “This is a screaming fast iPad,” Schiller said, adding that graphics will be 72-times faster than the orginal iPad. “It’s our biggest leap foward in an iPad.” It will come in silver, white, space gray and black and will start at $499. With cellular capabilities, it will run $629. They will ship Nov. 1. The iPad Mini will be available in the same colors and start at $399, with cellular versions available for $529. Apple also announced it will add a Retina display faster chips to its iPad Mini. Apple also announced faster MacBook Pros and gave a closer look at the anticipated cylindrical desktop MacPro that will be available later this year.
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