Apple unveiled the next wave in their i-devices today including next generation iPads, new iMacs, upgraded Macbook Pro with Retina display, and the long-time rumored iPad mini. Want the deets on all the goods that Apple showed today at their media event? Don’t worry we have you covered. Here’s a quick rundown of the biggest reveals at Apple’s conference today.
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The biggest piece of news came from Apple’s confirmation of the smaller version of their popular tablet – the iPad mini. The iPad mini is essentially a smaller version of an iPad somewhere between the second and third generation. Shipping with iOS 6, some of the notable features are as follows:
- 7.9-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit Multi-Touch display with IPS technology
- Dual-core A5
- FaceTime HD Camera
- iSight Camera
- Lightning connector
- WiFi and LTE connectivity (optional)
- 10-Hour Battery life
The iPad mini will be available on November 2, 2012 and starts at a SRP of $329 for the basic WiFi, comes in black or white versions, and 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB models. For full features, specs, and details: iPad mini
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iPad Fourth Generation
What might seem to be a low blow to consumers who purchased the iPad 3 this year, Apple announced a 4th gen iPad that is more powerful than its predecessor. Upgraded features include:
- 9.7-inch Retina display
- new Apple-designed A6X chip
- FaceTime HD camera
- “ultrafast” wireless performance
- LTE Network support
- 10 hour battery life
This new model of the iPad will come in 16, 32, and 64 GB models and also launches on November 2, 2012. The retail price will remain the same as the iPad 3’s current pricing – starting at $499 for the basic Wi-Fi. For more features, specs, and details on the fourth generation iPad, visit: iPad
While the biggest news remained the iPad mini and the fourth generation iPad, Apple also revealed upgraded models of their popular iMac, MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and Mac mini computers. Each touted more power, efficiency, sleek designs, new features, and higher resolution graphics.
Below, we have a gallery of most of the devices shown at the event, including the iPad mini, iPad 4th Gen., iMac, and MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Check them out:
Sound off in the comments below: Are you excited to get your hands on any of Apple’s newly announced devices? If so, which ones?