According to new research from PiperJaffray (via MacRumors), the iPad Air looks like it's the device that'll finally convince iPad 2 holdouts to trade in their devices. Based on their data, a full 75 percent of launch-day iPad Air owners in the United States previously owned an iPad, compared to the 58 percent they saw for last year's launch of the iPad mini.
Sure, you've already had your iPhone 5 for nearly three months, so it's old news to you -- but what about the folks who live in mainland China and Taiwan who have had to go without all that time? That problem is now in the past.
Apple finally uncaged OS X Lion in the Mac App Store on Wednesday, and as is typical with most new operating system releases, early adopters are already scratching their heads trying to work around some oddities introduced by the big cat. Here are a few suggestions for taming the new king of your Mac jungle.