iPad 2013

  • TechCrunch TV Apple Event Wrap-Up: Software Free And Now, New iPads And Macs

    TechCrunch TV Apple Event Wrap-Up: Software Free And Now, New iPads And Macs

    The Apple event in San Francisco today was a big one, in terms of just how much stuff Apple trotted out between software updates, pricing bombshells and new hardware. The iPad underwent a makeover and lost some weight with the new iPad Air, and the iPad mini stepped up to the big leagues with an uncompromising 64-bit A7 processor and Retina display. Read More

  • Hands On With The New 2013 Retina MacBook Pros

    Hands On With The New 2013 Retina MacBook Pros

    Apple has updated its 13- and its 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro laptops today, with changes that make both machines more powerful under the hood and that actually result in a size and weight savings for the already-svelte 13-inch Retina Pro. Read More

  • iPad Mini Retina Hands On

    Hands On With The New iPad Mini With Retina Display

    The first-generation iPad mini was near-perfect in terms of a small tablet, with the one big shortcoming being that it lacked Apple’s impressive Retina high-resolution display. It was hard to go back to a standard-res screen after the iPad 3 and iPhone 4, which is why it’s great that the new version offers a Retina screen. Read More

  • Hands On: Apple’s New Mac Pro Is An Insanely Quiet Thermal Wizard

    Hands On: Apple’s New Mac Pro Is An Insanely Quiet Thermal Wizard

    Today at an event in San Francisco, Apple reintroduced its new Mac Pro computer which will form the vanguard of its new high-end lineup of machines for the professional set. The new Mac Pro got a December release schedule and a $2,999 starting price. We went hands on, as much as we could, with the new machine today and can give you a few more details about how it looks and feels now that… Read More

  • Meet Apple’s New iPad Mini With Retina Display, Prices Start At $399

    Meet Apple’s New iPad Mini With Retina Display, Prices Start At $399

    Considering that Apple’s invitation proclaimed that were was “a lot to cover” today, it comes as no surprise that the announcement train is still chugging along. And after the usual weeks of leaks and speculative hype, Apple’s Senior VP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller has finally unveiled the new iPad mini onstage at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. Read More

  • Apple Follows In Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Footsteps, Makes OS X Updates Free

    Apple Follows In Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Footsteps, Makes OS X Updates Free

    Apple announced today at its event at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens that its forthcoming update to OS X, Mavericks, will come at no cost to consumers. This is a change for Apple, a company that in the past charged for updates to its desktop operating system. Those fees were low — less than $50 — but they existed. And by dropping the cost of OS X updates to zero, Apple… Read More

  • Apple Unveils Cheaper MacBook Pro Retina With Intel Haswell Processors, Slimmer Designs

    Apple Unveils Cheaper MacBook Pro Retina With Intel Haswell Processors, Slimmer Designs

    Today at Apple’s press conference, the company unveiled updated MacBook Pro models with retina displays. The new laptops sport the latest Intel processors based on the Haswell architecture. Both the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros got updated. The 13-inch model is lighter (under 3.5 lbs), slimmer (.71 inch thick) and has a bigger 9-hour battery. It has integrated graphics and Thunderbolt… Read More