All Important Details from iPad Mini Event
Apple released a few long-awaited devices [thanks to rumors that were floating the web for a couple of months] on October 23rd in San Jose. The presentation was interesting, and we are sure a lot of people would like to see compact iPad Mini event round up. Since the Cupertino-based company made all its announcements planed for 2012 we can analyse what exactly we will see this October and November.
Our iPad Mini event round up includes new tablet computers, programs and computers developed and launched by Apple. So what has Tim Cook presented to all iOS and Mac consumers? Which device would you love to get this year for yourself, family or friends? We hope that our round up will be useful to you.
Updated iBooks App
This fall Apple updated the iBooks application [that changes are not that significant]. It also released a new version of iBooks Author program for the iPhone and other gadgets.
You might like to check out and download:
- the updated version iBooks 3.0 and its new features [continuous scrolling in between book pages, improved integration with iCloud, easy sharing via social networks, etc.]
- the updated version of iBooks Author
People who like desktops and believe that there is nothing better than a powerful desktop machine should learn more about the new Macs lineup introduced by Phil Schiller [Apple’s SVP]:
- 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro [the starting price is $1699]
- an improved Mac Mini with USB 3.0 ports and up to 2TB of HDD space
- a lighter and thinner iMac with different configurations
The Cupertino-based company has revealed the most-awaited gadgets:
- the 4-th gen iPad with A6X processor, better 4G LTE support, new Lightning connector like the iPhone 5 and other improvements
- iPad Mini
The new-generation tablet computer is similar to iPad 3. It just got a faster processor and some other new and improved features.