According to Apple’s GSX website, the company may launch the eagerly awaited Retina iPad mini on November 12 in United States, Australia, China (Wi-Fi only), Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, and Singapore.
Rumors were circulating earlier this week about Apple allegedly closing its stores early between November 17th and 19th. Some folks took this to mean Apple was preparing its staff for an imminent product launch — mostly likely the retina iPad mini or the new Mac Pro. This assumption that Apple will be holding product launch meetings is likely incorrect.
Prospective iPad customers are spending time thinking about the iPad they will buy and the many options they can choose for each model. One important criteria that many people don’t consider is connectivity. Unlike the iPhone, the iPad is available in both a WiFi-only and WiFi+Cellular option that allows you to use the device on your cellular plan just like your phone.Â
Apple’s iPad Air goes on sale starting Friday, and you may be wondering whether the full-size tablet is worth its price tag. Adding some difficulty to the decision is the introduction of the iPad Mini with Retina Display, and Apple’s continued sale of the non-Retina iPad mini and the iPad 2. So many iPads, which one should you buy? Â Read on as we discuss each model and offer some buying advice below.
The iPad Air will be going on sale in a couple of days, and the Retina iPad mini follow soon after, and if you plan to buy any of these devices, here are a few places you can sell or trade-in your old iPad, so that you can use the extra cash towards your new iPad purchase.
The new iPads are not only faster than previous models, they are also available in two new colors. Say good-bye to slate black and white and say hello to the new space gray and silver. What is the difference Â between these colors and which one should I buy? Read on as we walk you through each color option and help you decide.
Apple’s iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display may have been the star of the show, but those two devices weren’t the only changes Apple made to its iPad lineup. The company also quietly added a space grey option to its current non-Retina iPad mini. According to a report by 9to5Mac, these new grey units are starting to land in stores.
Buying a new iPad Mini with Retina Display? The iPad Mini starts shipping sometime in November, which means you have some time to strart shopping for a case. To help narrow down your choices, we’ve combed the Internet hitting up some of the top vendors to see what they are offering for Apple’s latest 7-inch tablet.