Apple needs to get the iPad Mini Retina to consumers in 2013 to stay competitive, an analyst believes.
A new video purports to show the iPad Mini 2 casing, and it's identical to the original's. So what does that bode for the internals?
Apple's 64-bit A7 chip holds a lot of promise for big-screen gaming on future iPads.
Now that the new iPhones are here and iOS 7 has been released, it only seems logical to expect similarities in the new iPads.
Now that we know what's inside Apple's "flagship" iPhone 5S, it's time to ponder which upgrades will make it into the new iPads, due to arrive soon.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster offers his predictions for the next year, such as the launch of an Apple TV set, iPhone 5S, and Retina displays for MacBook Airs and the iPad Mini.
Don't swallow Apple's marketing lines that 64-bit chips magically run software faster than 32-bit relics. What the A7 in the iPhone 5S does do, though, is pave the way for Apple's long-term future.