Absolutely looking forward to hearing each and every detail from Apple's event today about the iPad mini, Mac lineup refreshes, and the prospect of a possibly-refreshed 9.7" iPad? Watch it being unveiled for the first time (officially, that is) straight from Apple CEO Tim Cook and the recognizably-enthusiastic Apple crew today at 10am PST/1pm EST. Head after the break to find out how the event can be streamed live as it happens on Mac, iOS, PC, and Apple TV.
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Earlier today, Apple announced 'The New iPad' at their highly anticipated media event. Despite conflicting rumors regarding the name of the actual device, it has not been made evident what the device will in fact be dubbed other than the reference to it as 'The New iPad'. Below we've highlighted and gone into relative depth about the new features that have made their appearance in the new iteration of the iPad.
Apple's media event took place earlier today in New York, and they've officially posted the live stream coverage on their website. For those interested in the whole textbook-centric even that gave way to iBooks 2 and a few other things, we've got two related videos embedded below for your liking.
Among other things introduced at Apple’s media event today, Apple announced an update for their existing application capable of turning your iPad to an e-book. Dubbed iBooks 2, the update to the successful application pulls through with Apple’s textbook focus. The update offers a new interactive textbook interface to give
While the various news outlets of the web may have gotten readers a bit too ecstatic when hyping out the iPhone 5, truth is, there was no iPhone 5 come Apple’s annual press conference. One source says that next year’s iPhone, unofficially and presumably dubbed iPhone 5, will be a
Hear me out, Apple enthusiasts: the best way to hear Apple’s announcements during a keynote is straight from CEO Steve Jobs among other employees without knowing exactly what will happen beforehand. To do so you could either attend that keynote or commit to a “spoiler-free” venture from your home (or
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