Apple has killed off the third-generation iPad with the iPad mini and a new iPad -- but the current model is now a refurbished bargain.
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The latest iPad is a good effort by any standard, but it begins to stray from the Jobsian design philosophy.
The new iPad goes on sale Friday. What can you expect? Check out our hands-on photos here.
Ordering online means waiting, but waiting in a line could take even longer. My advice: hedge your bets.
If you've got a third-generation iPod Touch that needs a battery replacement, it will cost you $79 for Apple do it. But if you're adventuresome, you can do it for about $9 (as long as you already have a soldering iron).
The latest Kindle beats out "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7)" for the top spot, the online retail giant reports.
The latest iPad adds several tweaks and improvements to secure its position at the top of the tablet heap. It's better all around, but third-gen owners need not apply.
Coming soon -- or not so soon -- to an iPad near you: Reports weigh in on iPad 'Pro' and Microsoft Office coming to the popular tablet.
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A week of living with a Nexus 7 shows some of what the Mini needs to do to catch up, and also what the Mini is still doing right.