Apple has unveiled a 4th Generation iPad, a new iMac, a 13-inch retina Macbook Pro, and of course the iPad Mini, today in San Jose.
You’ve heard the rumours. Apple was set to unveil a new product at today’s keynote. A new 7.85 inch iPad, appropriately called the iPad Mini.
As you’ve seen above, some people can hold it in one hand. This is something we are seeing a lot in their promotional photos around their website.
“Beautiful from every angle. Incredibly thin and light.”
The iPad Mini is “as thin as a pencil” at 7.2mm. It weighs about 0.62 lbs.
Inside includes the not-so-new A5 processor. The display is unexpectedly only 1024 x 768, not retina.
The iPad Mini starts at $329 for 16GB and Wifi. The Cellular+ Wifi model starts at $459. It comes in with both black and white. Pre-orders begin on October 26th. The iPad Mini will be in-stores on November 2nd.
The new iMac is 5mm thin. Yes. 5mm.
Apple got rid of the optical drive. This is abnormal for desktops… unless you are Apple.
The new iMac will start at $1229 for their 21.5 inch model.
4th Generation iPad
Unexpectedly, a new iPad was also shown today. What is it being called? iPad with Retina Display. Very creative.
The only differences between the new iPad and the iPad with Retina Display is the speed. It has the new A6X processor.
One more thing. It has “ultra-fast internet connectivity,” and the lightning connector.
This new iPad (I’m talking about the new iPad, not the new iPad), starts at $499.
13-inch Macbook Pro with Retina
Previously, only a 15-inch model of the Macbook Pro with Retina was available. Now, a 13-inch model is also available.
There are no enhancements to this model, just a smaller body and screen.
This new Mac starts at $1699 with 128GB.
The amazing $599 Mac Mini has (finally) been updated.
It supports Thunderbolt, USB 3, and Intel Ivy Bridge processors.
The Mac Mini has suffered the loss of its Optical Drive.