iPad Air is powered by the A7 chip, the same chip that powers iPhone 5s, so I wasn’t expecting too many surprises.
However, John Poole of Primate Labs reports that the Geekbench 3 benchmarks suggest that Apple has tweaked the A7 chip used in the iPad Air.
Apple unveiled its hotly anticipated next generation 9.7-inch iPad called iPad Air at its media event on Tuesday, October 22nd.
We briefly told you about the features of Apple’s new iPad that was announced at the event. But the devil is in the details, so we take an in-depth look at iPad Air design, specifications and features.
Planning to buy the new iPad Air? You will be able to get one from Apple’s Retail Store at 8:00 am on November 1st.
It looks like Apple has just updated its Apple Retail Store webpage to confirm that its Retail Store will open at 8:00 am local time on Friday, November 1st, just as we had expected.
T-Mobile will be officially carrying the iPads for the first time since the device was introduced in 2010, and it has a great offer to get consumers on board. The carrier will be bundling a free 200MB/month data plan with every cellular iPad purchase.
As expected, Apple unveiled the next generation iPad and iPad mini at its media event on Tuesday, finally putting an end to the various rumors and speculations that started last year.
Apple made quite a few iPad, Mac, iOS and Mac apps related announcements at its eagerly anticipated media event yesterday.
Here’s a round up of all the news and announcements from yesterday to ensure you don’t miss any of them.