Mac minis are back in the game after a hiatus around these parts. These little hockey puck-sized powerhouses were some of the first signs of Apple's commitment to shrinkage — but in a good way. And now we see that the cold weather has also gotten the prices of gear down to smaller sizes. So what are you waiting for?
We’re not going to point you in the direction of any Black Friday deals here, as those are covered pretty thoroughly elsewhere. But you should seriously check these deals before camping out all night, as maybe you’ll save even bigger and get to sleep in a nice warm bed after all that turkey. Your call.
Been wanting to get your hands on an iPad mini with Retina Display before buying one? Supplies of the device are still limited, but as Cult of Mac notes, Apple has quietly started allowing walk-in purchases of the device from Apple Stores.
It’s a week of the new and the old all together in one fine batch of stories. Got a hobbyist enthusiasm for early code? Have we got some news for you. Wanna speculate on what comes next? Do we ever! And do you want to know what’s in your wallet? The answer may surprise you. That and a whole heaping helping more where that came from. Just mosey on up.
The critics who lament that Apple is all out of surprises were certainly wrong today, as Cupertino quietly began accepting orders for its refreshed iPad mini with Retina Display in the wee hours of Tuesday morning.
Last week, we hooked you up with some killer refurb deals in the MacBook Pro line, as the new MacBook models introduced at Apple’s new iPad event might kick those deals into high gear. Now as we sit on the cusp of the release of the latest iPad models, here’s an armload of tablets on the cheap, just for you. These deals are so good, it’s terrifying.
If you're planning to skip the iPad Air tomorrow in favor of a swanky new iPad mini with Retina Display sometime later in November, one retailer thinks they may know when Apple will actually release it.
Fresh off the roller coaster ride that was the launch of the iPhone 5s, it looks as though Apple might have some more supply woes in store for the near future. During today's quarterly earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked if he thought the company could meet the demand for iPad minis with Retina display this holiday season, and he sounded far from optimistic.
Sure, there were new iPads in big and little configuration on display this week, but what really seems to have caught our fancy is Mavericks. That’ll all change of course once we get our hot little hands on these new models, but until we give that a spin for you, here’s what happened on your Mac this week.