New iPad Air

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The iPad Air has been getting rave reviews but hasn’t been snapped up with as much excitement perhaps as other past Apple product releases. The iPad Air has a Retina Display and is lighter and thinner than previous iPads. It has a 9.7″ screen and the same A7 processing chip and M7 coprocessor as the iPhone 5s. It doesn’t however have the fingerprint sensor that the iPhone 5s has so a manually typed password is required. The iPad Air starts at $499 for a 16GB, Wi-Fi only model. The iPad 2 is still sticking around and starts at $399. [image]

 

New iPad Mini with Retina Display

iPad Mini with Retina Display

The new iPad Mini will have a release date sometime this month. It has a 7.9″ display and the same A7 processing chip and M7 coprocessor as the iPad Air and the iPhone 5s. The iPad Mini with Retina Display will start at $399, while the regular iPad Mini remains available at $299. [image]

 

New Macbooks

Macbook Pro

The 15″ Macbook is virtually the same size and weight as it’s predecessor while the 13″ Macbook has slimmed down a little.  Both Macbooks feature fourth-generation Intel Mobile Processors and have faster all-flash storage, faster Wi-Fi, better speakers and enhanced graphics. The 13″ and 15″ models start at $1,299 and $1,999, respectively. [image]

 

New Mac Pro

Mac Pro

The Mac Pro is coming sometime in December. It has a unique design that looks both Darth Vader-esque and like a glossy high-end bin. The design has a purpose, however: the machine is designed around a single large fan that sucks air upwards through a bottom vent to absorb heat and carry it out of the top. The benefit of this design is that the Mac Pro is amazingly quiet. What it lacks in noise, the new Mac Pro certainly doesn’t lack in power. The machine features workstation graphics with dual GPUs, PCIe-based flash storage, high-performance Thunderbolt 2, new-generation Xeon processors, ultrafast memory, and support for 4K video. Whew! The Mac Pro doesn’t come cheap and starts at $2,999. [image]

 

Free Mavericks OS X

OS X Mavericks

Apple has made their new software as easy to adopt as possible, making Mavericks OS X free and available for download online. More than 10% of Mac users have downloaded Mavericks, which is much higher than the adoption rate for Mountain Lion. Mavericks features multiple display support, iBooks, Maps, and changes in notifications and tagging. OS X Mavericks also has a clever ‘app nap’ function that places applications into a low-power state while they aren’t being used. This can add an hour of extra battery life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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