On Tuesday, Apple launched its smaller version of the popular tablet, the 7.9-inch iPad Mini at San Jose, California. In addition to this, it also revealed its 4th generation of 9.7-inch iPad, as well as the updated versions of some Mac computers such as the next generation iMac, 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display and a revised Mac Mini.
Despite the fact that the former CEO of Apple had dismissed the 7-inch tablets, the iPad Mini revelation has been widely expected by everyone.
The release of iPad Mini was CEO Tim Cook’s declaration of independence or a course of correction . . . → Read More: Apple finally reveals iPad Mini and new Mac computers
According to Engadget, Intel executives featured the latest designs at the Computex trade show. Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President said in a statement that Ultrabook will wed the presentation and abilities of a laptop with “tablet-like features” in a “thin, light and elegant design.”
Intel aspires to achieve a 40% share of the consumer laptop market with the “no-compromise” Ultrabook by the last part of 2012. The latest category of mobile PCs will sport form factors below 20mm thick and value below $1000.
The initial Ultrabooks will use the present-generation Sandy Bridge architecture; however, starting . . . → Read More: Intel Ultrabook Ready to Compete with iPad and MacBook Air
The trademark power of Apple must not be underrated. Actually, the wish to obtain an iPad, iPhone or MacBook be able to be so appealingly powerful that it grounds the illegally disposed to carry out smash-and-grab incursions next to bricks-and-mortar Apple outlets.
Obviously under the influence by the draw of Apple’s enormously well-liked gadgets, opportunistic intruder smashed the glass front of an Apple Store in Greenwich, Connecticut last December 14, Tuesday, prior to stealing gadgetry value tens of thousands of dollars from its uncovered shelves.
Five shrouded thieves were alarmed in the 3 a.m. . . . → Read More: Apple Store in Greenwich, Attacked in Smash-and-Grab Robbery
The Apple Company announced the newest addition to their family of gadgets, the Apple’s Magic Track pad. This is the new individual, Bluetooth track pad.
The Magic track pad supports the same Multi-touch features, “bringing Apple’s Multi-Touch technology to any Mac running MAC OS x 10.6.4. or later gadgets. The track pad was designed to balance with the Apples’ Wireless Keyboard. The new device uses “the same aluminum-body design. The track pad is almost the same with the Wireless keyboard in the sense that it has almost the same height, depth and inclination.”
. . . → Read More: The New Addition: Apple’s Magic Trackpad