In addition to updating the iPad mini, Apple also announced a new full size iPad today, the iPad Air. The Air is the thinnest and lightest full-size iPad that Apple had made to date. The device weighs exactly 1 pound and is 7.5mm thin, 28% lighter and 20% thinner than its predecessor.
At Apple’s remarkably predictable event today, Tim Cook and pals announced the company’s new line of iPads.We had been expecting a refresh of one of the most successful consumer electronics for some time now, so this news did not really come as a surprise.
You didn’t think we’d be back, but we are! We wouldn’t leave you standing in the cold and the rain. It’s been a month hiatus, but The Techfast Club has officially returned. We are here today just in time for Apple’s special event, likely covering new iPads, new Macs, and hopefully a lot more. For all the latest news and analysis come to this page. We’re glad to be back!
Can you imagine what it would be like to get two TechfastCasts in one week. Well dream no more because your wildest fantasies etc. etc. etc.This week Kyle and I discuss Jesus’ favorite toothpaste, the ending of A Clockwork Orange, and lined paper. Spoiler alert, its liney. Thanks for listening and enjoy!
Tomorrow (9/16) is Apple’s iPhone event in San Francisco. We are expecting the iPhone 5s, the rumored iPhone 5c, and potentially much more including an updated Apple TV. Stick with us for all the latest and most current news and information. We’ll be posting everything here on the Apple iPhone Event Hub for your convenience. The event starts at 10am PST and there is a lot to look forward to, stay right here.
Last week Apple held its annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. At WWDC 2013, iOS7 was officially unveiled as the “biggest change” to the platform since the original iPhone. Though iOS 7 is not yet available to consumers, nor is there a new iPhone for us to grovel over just yet, Apple is poised to “change everything… again” for the umpteenth time.
We are so excited to bring you The TechfastCast Episode 20, the WWDC Special addition, just like we promised! Today Kyle and I discuss Tim Cook’s nose hair, Jony Ive’s sweet sweet feet, and whether or not buying Apple stock in the early 1800’s would have been a wise investment. We’ll be back tomorrow or the day after to discuss E3. Thank you so much for listening! Please subscribe on iTunes, and please enjoy!
After what has seemed like an eternity, Apple is releasing the “biggest change” to its mobile operating system since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007. Today at the World Wide Developers Conference, Apple announced iOS 7.