Apple Inc. Announces The New iPad Air 2 And iPad Mini 3

The Revolutionary New iPad Feature Apple Didn’t Talk About

It could foretell a future where consumers have unprecedented choice over their mobile carrier Apple unveiled a pair of new iPads during a somewhat subdued event Thursday at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters. At first, it seemed there was nothing groundbreaking about theiPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 — these were somewhat boring, iterative improvements like[…]

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Hands on with iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3: Small changes to the world’s top tablets

What’s rectangular, gold, and 18 percent thinner than a No. 2 pencil? The iPad Air 2, which Apple unveiled Thursday. Sporting subtle refinements like a Touch ID fingerprint sensor and a beefed-up iSight camera, Apple’s second iPad Air isn’t a dramatic leap past the first iPad Air. But that’s not a surprise. When you make the most popular[…]

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APPLE’S IPAD AIR 2 AND RETINA IMAC EVENT ROUND-UP

As expected, Apple‘s press event on Thursday debuted more than a couple pieces of new hardware. Most notably, the previously leaked iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 have been announced with release dates and pricing. And while there’s no news of an updated MacBook, the new 27-inch iMac has finally received a Retina display. iPad Air 2[…]

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6 Ways Apple’s iPad Could Change Dramatically Today

Apple appears set to release the iPad Air 2 tomorrow, and it’ll come with some major improvements Apple is getting ready to make some major announcements Thursday in Cupertino, and there’s a lot of speculation about what consumers can expect to see. Among the litany of possible releases are Apple’s OS X Yosemite, a new iMac, a[…]

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Apple iPad event: what to expect from next Thursday’s announcement

iPads, iMacs, and OS X Yosemite are coming It’s barely even been a month since Apple last got up on stage to unveil new products, but it’s already time for another presentation. So what are we expecting this month? It’s looking like most of Apple’s biggest announcements for the year have already passed, meaning we’re expecting far more[…]

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New Amazon Kindle Releases for 10/2

                Kindle Release Date: October 2, 2014 | 4GB | Amazon | E-Reader Features a 6 inch Pearl e-paper technology display. The display has 16-level gray scale and 167 PPI.  New features include a touchscreen display, 20% faster processor, and twice the storage of previous models. Other Kindle[…]

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Nobody Can Predict the Success of Apple’s Watch Yet

It’s interesting to read all the coverage Apple got for its watch announcement, and the amazing amount of analysis and predictions that came out shortly after the launch event. Critics went after everything, from style, form and function. Others lauded its design, potential capabilities and eventual usefulness. Part of this discrepancy in views is due[…]

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Get to know iOS 8: Changes in the Settings app

With every new version of iOS, Apple loves to add, tweak, and change settings; unsurprisingly, iOS 8 is no different. Here’s a comprehensive list of just about everything the company has changed in iOS 8 within the Settings app. Cellular The Cellular section used to be hidden in iOS’s General section in previous versions, but[…]

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Giving the people what they want

iPhone 6 review Let’s start with the facts. There is explosive demand for bigger smartphones. A 4-inch smartphone feels small now; somewhere around 5 inches is the new normal. Yet too many large-screen phones are cumbersome, awkward, and often just plain bad. And Apple has a long history of taking good ideas with obviously huge[…]

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READY TO TAKE ON THE COMPETITION.

  MOTOROLA MOTO X (2014) REVIEW Last year’s Moto X was a modest phone. At the time, the then-Google-owned Motorola had created a new image for its handsets—moving on, once again, from its Razr devices—presenting us with a practical, mid-range smartphone that was well worth your money, but didn’t quite have the pizzazz to make it stand out from[…]

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Oculus Rift to Sell for $200-$400 Price Range

The consumer model Oculus Rift could sell for $200-$400 according to Oculus VR co-founder Nate Mitchell. Mitchell and co-founder Palmer Luckey revealed the potential pricing details in an interview with Eurogamer. “It’s going to be as cheap as possible,” Luckey said. The two-year-old company purchased by Facebook a little over a year ago for $2 billion has been hard at[…]