When Apple releases a new iPad with little fanfare, what does that mean for the tablet market?
The company's newest tablet is also the cheapest iPad at $329 (£339 or AU$469) and has a new, faster processor with the A9 chip. Instead of revealing it on a grand stage, Apple chose a quieter, toned-down way, announcing it in a press release Tuesday morning.
We talk about whether the cheaper price and faster processor can help Apple turn around a slumping tablet market, as well as all the other updates from the company's series of announcements.
In case you missed it, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are getting a red makeover, and Apple announced a new video-editing app. The iPhone SE is also doubling its storage size, jumping from 16GB and 64GB to 32GB and 128GB, respectively.
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