It seems like there's something going on or about to happen, but we can't quite put our finger on it. Like something that didn't get mentioned. Like an event-wide "one more thing." Hmmmm, well, maybe you can spot it in this week's hottest news.
So have you heard any good rumors lately? We have. It seems like the rumor mill is on the cusp of being vindicated about the iPad mini as at long last Apple gives the technorati what they've been begging for. Will there be a market for it? Oh, we think a lighter priced smaller tablet might just be stuffing a few stockings this holiday season.
Invites went out today for the already much-anticipated October 23 event, and we can't wait to see what Apple has to show -- the general consensus is that this is the iPad Mini, although the event invitation doesn't say. We'll bring you all the details live as they happen, October 23 at 10am Pacific.
Dang guys. With all of the updates we're doing today, you have no idea how much my Mac is suffering. I can't get the iOS 5.1 update right now, but I can tell you what it's coming with and why it'll make your iPad awesome.
Boasting a 5 megapixel back-side illuminated sensor, five element lens, IR filter and ISP built right right into the iPad's A5X chip, the iSight is a marked improvement over what iPad 2 owners were forced to get their shutterbug on with. But what do all these specifications really mean? We're here to break it down for you.
Our friends at TechRadar got to go into the demo room and play with the new iPad. The new Retina Display makes even the Home screen look better than ever, and the new processor means that the device is fast and quick to react--everything a tablet should be. Though it's a bit heavier than its predecessors, the new iPad is definitely giving all other tablets a run for their money. Jump ahead to see the photos.
Relive today's exciting event with our analog live blog. And if you'd rather, you can also go to our live blog and relive the conversation there between the editors and you, the readers. Thanks again to everyone for joining us today for this exciting new venture from Apple!
It's here, everyone! Our favorite day in March besides Talk like The Wire Day. Follow along with Editor-in-Chief Chris Slate, Executive Editor Susie Ochs, and Managing Editor Florence Ion as we uncover the mysteries of the next iPad with our friends atMacFormat. We're also keeping our fingers crossed for a new version of iOS, and maybe even a new Apple TV to go with it. Come join the conversation March 7 at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST. See you then!