If you're in the market for a new iPad, plenty of retailers and buyer sites are more than willing to take your old iOS device off your hands. According to at least two trade-in sites, the number of iPads sent in for trade has soared, thanks in no small part to yesterday's announcements.
After Apple's iPad Mini debut, I got to get hands-on with the newest Apple tablet -- or maybe I should say "hand-on" since this thing is so easy to hold in one hand. You'll want to spin it around on your finger like a Harlem Globetrotter. But you probably shouldn't -- even though it's only as heavy as a legal pad of paper, it's significantly more fragile.
So, after intently following Apple's iPad mini event, you've decided to pull the trigger. But whether you're completely new to the wonderful world of iOS, or a seasoned Apple aficionado, there's still a whole heaping ton of things to consider before spending your hard-earned dough. Thankfully, we've always got your back. Here's a handy guide to understanding all the choices surrounding the newest member of the iPad family.
The iPad mini debuted today, just in time for the holiday gift-buying bonanza. Undoubtedly, Apple is hoping to compete with the likes of Amazon's Kindle Fire HD and Google's Nexus 7 tablets. But will consumers plop down the cash for a premium product?
It's that time again! Apple converged on the city of San Jose, California on Tuesday morning to kick off its "we've got a little more to show you" event where the company's key executives are expected to debut a roster of new products.