NBC News – The IPad Mini has an Apple A5 chip, FaceTime HD front-facing camera, a 5MP iSight camera on back, LTE cellular wireless, faster 802.11 A/B/G/N Wi-Fi and of course a Lightning connector.
It’s got 10 hours of battery life, just like fourth-gen iPad. The iPad Mini will start shipping Nov. 2 (for the Wi-Fi only version), and will cost $329 and up. You can pre-order starting Friday, along with the fourth-generation iPad.
The fourth-generation iPad is an update to this spring’s iPad with Retina display, featuring a faster chip, the A6X. A6X chip – delivering faster performance. “
The star of the Mac show was the next-generation iMac, however. It’s incredibly thin.
They got it so much thinner by laminating the display to the glass. It comes in two sizes: 27-inch 2560 x 1440 screen and a 21.5 inch 1920 x 1080 version.
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