Tuesday's "we still have a lot to cover" event should bring revamped iPads, new Mac computers, and a passel of new software unto the world.
Now that the new iPhones are here and iOS 7 has been released, it only seems logical to expect similarities in the new iPads.
Microsoft's latest videos mocking Apple and its new iPhones are part of a long tradition of corny commercials.
Alongside the iPhone announcements yesterday, Apple also made its iWork and iLife iPhone and iPad apps free to all new device purchasers, backdated to the start of September.
You just got your iPhone 5. What exactly can you demonstrate that takes advantage of Apple's latest phone best? Here are five of my early favorites.
Apple has released an update to their GarageBand home recording and multitrack mixing and editing program. The update is 108MB and can be downloaded via Software Update for now, but should appear soon on the Apple updates page.
The new iPad's Retina Display is definitely arriving this Friday, but will your favorite apps be ready?
The iPad wasn't the only thing to come out of Apple's March 7 event. Several new apps were announced that are worthy of note.
At a San Francisco event this morning, Apple unveils its new iPad, powered by an A5X chip and offering a higher-resolution Retina Display similar to that of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Plus: 4G LTE on the iPad and new Apple TV.
Company announces today iBooks 2, a "new textbook experience" for the iPad and Apple's attempt to bury traditional schoolbooks.