Apple took the wraps off iPad Air 2, the successor to company s last year iPad Air. The new iPad flaunts several enticing features, one of which is the massively improved anti-reflective screen. However, this feature is said to be causing production issues, which could lead to fewer shipments, reports Cult of Mac.
In addition to the iPad Air 2, Apple also introduced the iPad mini 3. Much like last year s iPad mini with Retina, which was gifted with major hardware improvements, the iPad mini 3 also flaunts several significant changes, while maintaining the same $399 price tag.
If you are looking to buy a tablet and aren't looking for the latest and greatest hardware specs, there are some great deals available for both the first-gen Apple iPad mini as well as last year's Google Nexus 7. Both the tablets are available at over 20 percent reduced prices as spotted by Times Of India.
We have recently seen photos of the Apple iPhone 6 (white and black variants) as well as an extensive gallery of the iPad Air 2. Now a photo of the next-generation iPad mini has been leaked online courtesy of AppleClub (via MacRumors).
Samsung today unveiled its Galaxy Tab S series of tablets, including the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 tablet which as its name indicates comes with an 8.4-inch display. The tablet brings an array of powerful specifications on board, which puts it directly in competition against Samsung s arch rival Apple s iPad mini with Retina Display. We pitted the two tablets against each other to see which one beats the other in terms of specifications.
After introducing the TouchID sensor on the iPhone 5S, it was but a matter of time before Apple would integrate this feature on its iPads. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed earlier this month that the forthcoming iPad Air 2 and iPad mini were going to get the fingerprint scanner, and now yet another report has surfaced online which reiterates this notion.
With all eyes on the new and bigger iPhones, the next-generation iPads have sort of taken a back seat. A new report on MacRumors though brings them back into the limelight claiming that the next-generation iPad Air and the iPad mini will feature Touch ID sensor and will be launched later this year.
Amazon India is selling the 64GB variant of the first generation Apple iPad mini at a discounted price of Rs 26,999. The shopping portal is offering 20 percent rebate on the MRP (Rs 33,900) of the iPad mini Wi-Fi only variant in India.
Apple has launched an aggressive EMI scheme for its iPad mini in India that would give buyers the iPad mini for a downpayment of just Rs 4,999, followed by 18-months EMI. The scheme is currently applicable just on the iPad mini Wi-Fi 16GB variant and is not applicable on any other model including the latest iPad mini with Retina Display.
In case you missed the 347 independently confirmed reports from newspapers and blogs around the world, Apple plans to unveil a brand new second-generation iPad mini tonight during its press conference in San Francisco, California. Try to at least act a little surprised. We have already gone over everything to expect from Apple s fifth-generation full-size iPad, and now it s the new iPad mini s turn for a roundup. Just like the iPad and just like every other device Apple launches we have seen persistent leaks and rumors for months leading up to the tablet s debut. Is Apple prepping a significant update worth getting excited about, or are we looking at another update like the iPhone 5s that is a huge overhaul and yet ends up being somewhat lackluster?
After the iPad Air, Apple has announced the iPad mini with Retina Display with a 7.9-inch 2048x1536 pixel display, which is the same resolution as the full-sized iPad with Retina Display or now the iPad Air.
Along with its next generation iPads and MacBooks, Apple today also launched the updated version of iLife and iWork productivity apps for OS X Mavericks and iOS 7. These updated apps will now bring a redesigned interface as well as an array of new and improved features. The interesting part is that these new versions of the apps will be available for free for new buyers, as well as for existing users on downloading it from the App Store.
Apart from introducing the iPad mini with Retina Display, Apple has slashed the price of the older generation iPad mini by $100 and it will now retail for $299. But Apple has not just slashed the price of the iPad mini but also slashed the number of variants. The iPad mini with Retina Display will now come in just 16GB Wi-Fi and 16GB Wi-Fi with cellular versions.
Apple fans across the world are eagerly awaiting the next-generation iPad mini 2 and the iPad 5, which are set to be unveiled tomorrow. A day prior to the launch, contradicting many previous reports, a freshly leaked photo shows that the iPad mini 2 might not get the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, while reaffirming its presence on the bigger iPad 5. It was posted on Wiebo and spotted by GadgetOx, which also leaked the white variant of Google Nexus 5 earlier today.
For the past few months we have stated that the next iPad will have a design that will resemble the iPad mini and now this throughout has also been confirmed by the Wall Street Journal. The report claims sources in the supply chain have confirmed this and also that Apple could use a film based touch sensor for the iPad 5 just like the iPad mini.
Apple could launch the fifth generation iPad in September according to a report by Taiwan based Digitimes. The report claims sources in the supply chain,and we must admit that this might be plausible considering Apple has not released an update for its tablet this year.
After the success of its iPhone 4 buyback scheme where Apple offered Rs 7,000 off if the buyer gave his old smartphone, Apple is now announcing a similar scheme for the iPad mini. We are hearing that Apple would offer a minimum of Rs 4,000 off if buyers exchange their old tablets when they buy the iPad mini or the 16GB iPad with Retina Display.
We had earlier reported that Apple was reportedly planning to release the next-gen iPad mini with a Retina display. Now the folks at WeiPhone have come across what appears to be the images of the rear shell casing on the next-gen iPad mini.
Apple will launch the iPad mini in India tomorrow starting from Rs 21,900 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only variant. BGR India has been exclusively reporting about the launch of the iPad mini in India right from Apple's launch plans to the pricing. The fourth generation iPad with Retina Display (iPad 4) will also go on sale from tomorrow starting from Rs 31,900 for the base 16GB Wi-Fi only version. Read on for the final pricing.
Yesterday we exclusively reported about Apple's plans to launch the iPad mini in India in coming weeks and now we have some more details to go along with out initial report. According to multiple sources, the iPad mini is likely to be priced at Rs 21,900 for the base 16GB Wi-Fi only model.