Apple is taking pre-orders for the iPad Mini in “stealth mode” this morning, says one analyst. And supply is likely to be very, very limited.
At this point, there’s no doubt that Apple is working on a higher-resolution iPad Mini — the real mysteries are when it will be released and whether Apple will have enough units on hand to satisfy pent-up demand.
As much as I love the iPad Mini, its low-resolution display is aging terribly as just about every new phone and tablet sports high 1080p resolutions.
Apple could be working on a fifth generation of its full-sized iPad that’s sexier than the recently released version last month.
The iPad mini may be a marvel of miniaturization and the best small tablet on the market, but it lacks a high-quality retina display, and it’s not exactly cheap. It looks like at least one of those issues could be resolved soon.
Adobe is working harder than ever to make its Creative Suite the toolset of choice for web and mobile developers and designers.
Chinese consumers will officially be able to get their hands on Apple’s latest toys next month.
Apple may have just “a little more to show” us, but this week’s Apple event in San Jose is turning into perhaps more than just a little more. In fact, not to put too fine a point on it, it’s potentially turning into a lot.
Months after introducing the 15-inch Macbook Pro with Retina display, Apple plans to do the same with a 13-inch model.
Google is planning a 10-inch Nexus tablet that will have a higher pixel density than Apple’s iPad, Cnet reports.
Apple introduced a new MacBook Pro laptop today that uses the “revolutionary” retina display that has been previously only used in the iPhone and iPad line-ups.
Both Apple and Samsung are hard at work tackling the next big innovation in tablets: higher resolution screens that can match the pixel fidelity of the iPhone 4′s Retina Display.
The Apple iPad 3 reportedly has a serious challenge ahead of itself when it comes to production: building that blasted pixel-rich Retina Display.
Tablet screens are about to get a whole lot sharper. Samsung today announced a new 10.1-inch display for tablets with an incredibly high resolution. And LG — which builds the iPhone 4′s sharp Retina Display — has some new display technology in the works.
Tomorrow’s iPad 2 launch isn’t the one that we should be getting excited about, instead we should reserve our enthusiasm for the iPad 3, which is apparently due later this year, an Apple employee tells the Cult of Mac.
It’s been less than a week since the Verizon iPhone was announced, and not surprisingly, it looks like the tech world is already hungry for Apple’s next major products.