When questioned about the Retina display iPad mini on yesterday’s earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted that it is “unclear” if the company’s supply for the device will meet the initial demand.
It looks as if the new iPad Air will be in good supply on November 1st, as Apple will reportedly accept online requests for Personal Pickup.
I love fall, especially the leaves and colors. Rich ambers, oranges, and maroons begin to display in remarkable ways. Celebrating nature’s beauty, two wallpapers below show fall foliage. First, the pumpkin picture, “Fall Harvest,” is taken by @jonnyb098 and is available for iPhone and iPad.
The Space Gray version of the first-generation non-Retina iPad mini has quietly appeared in several Apple retail stores. The new model has been available in Apple’s online store since Tuesday.
How are the kids in the Los Angeles Unified School District going to learn math if the folks who run the district can’t do any cipherin’ themselves?
When Apple announced on Tuesday that it would still be selling the iPad 2 alongside the new iPad Air and Retina display iPad mini, not a few observers were at least mildly perplexed. How could Apple still sell such ancient technology? Because you’re still buying it, that’s why!
You may have seen the new “Pencil” iPad Air commercial, and listened to the smooth, pleasant tones of the narrator talking about the “extremely simple,” yet “extremely powerful” device. Did you know who that voice belongs to?
Apple will be opening the doors of their retail stores a bit earlier than usual on Friday, November 1st, which is the first day customers will have the opportunity to get their hands on a new iPad Air.
Apple showed-off a number of videos at its event yesterday, and has now posted them on their YouTube page.
In case you missed the live stream of Apple’s media event today, the full video has now been posted online, with all the details on Apple’s sleek new iPads, the new Retina MacBook Pros, the iPad Air, OS X Mavericks, the Retina iPad Mini, and so much more.
As expected, Apple today introduced the new Retina display iPad mini, with a beginning price of $399. The original iPad mini will continue to be available for sale with an entry-level price of $299.
So much for “Apple can’t keep a secret any more.” As Phil Schiller introduced the new iPads today, and dropped a bomb on all of us – The iPad Air!
It’s Tuesday, October 22, 2013, and that means today is the day of Apple’s big media event! Apple is expected to officially reveal their new iPads, announce the release of OS X Mavericks, a new Mac Pro, and a whole mess of other possibilities – maybe even a few exciting surprise announcements!
Apple’s October event is less than 24 hours away – and there are more rumors and claims surrounding the event than you can shake a stick at. Many of you might be wondering what we should really expect from Apple’s big event. We’ve donned our hip waders and trudged through the swamp of rumors to help get a better idea of what might unfold this week at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he of the decent Apple predictions track record, has released a new report with his expectations for Apple’s October 22nd media event.
The excitement is swelling as the Apple iPad media event, planned for October 22, approaches. To celebrate, here is an invitation version for both iPhone and iPad by iMore editor Derek Kessler. They are both parallax ready!