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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iPad Air’

New iPad Air Leak Shows Touch ID Sensor

Apple’s second big event of the year is set to take place this Thursday. All signs point to the event being Apple’s annual iPad reveal. Rumors are now swirling about what surprises Apple could have for tablet consumers this year. Last year’s iPad event was largely predictable. Aside from the name, the iPad Air was another thinner, lighter iPad for …

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iPad Air, iPad Mini, Original iPad- Which Is Best?

So you are thinking about buying an iPad but are a little overwhelmed with all of the different options. Do you buy the iPad mini that is small and powerful, the full size iPad Air that has a large screen and familiar set up, or the light weight, the brighter and slightly more expensive iPad with Retina Display? Just a …

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iPad Air Components Cost Less Than Last Year’s Model

With each passing year Apple adds new features and hardware to its line of iPhones and iPads. The cost for the latest Apple devices, however, has managed to remain relatively stable due to better manufacturing processes, as well as Apple’s incredible influence over its component manufacturers. A breakdown of the iPhone 5S back in September found that one of the …

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New iPad Mini With Retina Display Due This Month

Apple still hasn’t confirmed an actual date for the release of its new iPad Mini with Retina Display, just saying that the tablet will be available sometime later this month. Oddly enough, Apple did not release a new iPad in March of this year, the month it usually adds a new tablet to its stock. The latest iPad Air was …

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The iPad Air Is Now Available To Purchase

Apple unveiled its new lighter, thinner iPad – the iPad Air – at a press event on October 22nd. The device is now available for consumers to purchase, and just as the holiday shopping season kicks off (Amazon just launched its Black Friday deals store). “iPad created an entirely new mobile computing experience, and the new iPad Air is another …

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The iPad Air Gets The NMA Treatment

Did you hear? Apple unveiled its latest iPad – the iPad Air – yesterday. The company boasted that it was the lightest full-sized tablet in the world at just 1 pound, and even tossed in free iLife and iWork apps to sweeten the deal for those buying the new 64-bit tablet. Now, new Apple products are always a source of …

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Bryan Cranston’s First Post-Breaking Bad Gig Is…an iPad Air Ad

“It’s an extremely simple tool, but also extremely powerful. It can be used to start a poem, or finish a symphony. It has transformed the way we work, learn, create, and share…it’s used by scientists, artists, and scholars, and students…” Meth. It’s meth. Nope, it’s the iPad Air. Apple’s first ad for the new device comes with narration from none …

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T-Mobile To Offer iPad Air For $0 Down, 200MB Of Free Data A Month On All Tablets

T-Mobile has been on a campaign to change how the wireless industry works by ditching contracts, rethinking upgrades and even making International roaming charges a thing of the past. Now, hot on the heels of the iPad Air announcement, T-Mobile wants to change how carriers sell tablets as well. T-Mobile announced today that it will be carrying the iPad Air …

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Funny Or Die’s “Apple iPad Announcement Parody” Nails It (VIDEO)

Earlier today Apple unveiled the new iPad, the iPad Air. As the name implies, this latest iPad is thinner and lighter than previous models. It’s 7.5mm thin which Apple claims is 20 percent thinner than previous models. It also weighs 1 pound, which Apple claims is the lightest full sized tablet in the world. One thing you can always count …

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Apple Introduces The Thinner, Lighter iPad Air

It was pretty much confirmed earlier this year that Apple would introduce a new iPad at its October event. What we didn’t expect was a new name. Today, Apple announced its latest iPad – the iPad Air. As the name implies, this latest iPad is thinner and lighter than previous models. It’s 7.5mm thin which Apple claims is 20 percent …

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