Apple’s OS X Yosemite

Apple unveiled OS X Yosemite at WWDC. The fun starts with redesigned icons and sidebars for apps as well as translucent backgrounds. A new today view for the notification area is similar to the one in iOS 7 and is...

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The 6 Best Apple iOS 8 Features

Tim Cook and team at Apple unveiled iOS 8 during the 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote address. This time around, the enhancements are all in the details with an aim to make everything as seamless and integrated as possible....

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Apple to Buy Beats for $3.2 Billion

Apple is close to inking a deal to acquire Beats for $3.2 billion USD. Buying the Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine-founded company would be Apple's largest acquisition to date. Beats is known for having tremendous success in the premium headphones...

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TIME Interviews Jony Ive

TIME Magazine recently interviewed Apple design chief Jonathan Ive. When you blend the company's secrecy and Jony's high level of modesty, it makes sense why the British designer has never done an in-depth interview before. The sit down took place...

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Peek Calendar App for iOS

Introducing Peek Calendar, a new iPhone app that goes against the grain of most calendar apps on the market. Its beauty is in the simplicity of its interface. Once you've gotten a hold on the various gestures, long presses, swipes,...

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Apple | 30 Years of Mac

Apple is celebrating the Mac's 30th birthday and with that, they've released a short video that celebrates some of those pioneers and the incredible impact they've made. Apple introduced the Macintosh with the promise to put the creative power of...

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Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display

Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display

Though expected, Apple has announced the iPad Mini with the company’s vivid, pixel-packed Retina Display. The 7.9 inch display gets a boosted 2048×1536 resolution which is powered internally by their A7 chip. Battery life is being held at up to 10 hours so you can get things done, all atop Apple’s latest iOS 7 design. The iPad Mini with Retina Display starts at $399 USD with a release date of late November.

Apple iPad Air

Apple iPad Air

Apple has unveiled the next generation of their iPad lineup, which the iPad Air being the latest addition. It features an aluminum unibody design that weighs a pound and is 20% thinner than the previous iPad and with 24% less volume. Apple’s high-def Retina Display delivers a 2048×1536 resolution and 3.1 million pixels, with internal goodies including their A7 chip and M7 coprocessor which effectively brings 64-bit desktop-class architecture to the tablet. If all this wasn’t enough to win you over, the iPad Air also features two antennas and MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) technology which brings double the Wi-Fi performance with download speeds of up to 300 Mbps.

At the keynote address, Apple also announced that all iWork and iLife software like iPhoto, iMovie, Garageband, Pages, Numbers and Keynote would now be available for free. The iPad Air will be available through Apple Stores starting November 1st with prices starting at $499 USD.