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Apple's next iPad, Apple TV take the stage (video roundup)

In San Francisco this morning, Apple puts the rumors about its next iPad to rest. In addition to debuting an LTE tablet with a Retina Display, executives show off an updated set-top box and apps designed for the iPad. Watch highlights from the event, as well as CNET's initial analysis of the new products.

Now playing: Watch this: Highlights of the new iPad

Apple's new iPad connects to 4G LTE services, includes a Retina Display, and boasts new multimedia features. Check out highlights from today's big announcement.

Now playing: Watch this: Apple launches latest iPad with 4G

Apple's Tim Cook and Philip Schiller unveil the company's newest iPad. The device, powered by an A5X chip, offers a higher-resolution Retina Display, longer battery life, plus 4G LTE. The pricing starts at $499 for a 16GB Wi-Fi model, with 4G starting at $629.

Now playing: Watch this: Apple iPad (2012)

Forget all of the minor tweaks and incremental updates. The iPad's new screen is a stunner. CNET gets some hands-on time with the third-generation device.

Now playing: Watch this: Apple announces next-gen Apple TV

Apple's Tim Cook and Eddy Cue show off the company's new Apple TV streaming-video box. The new hardware has several updated features, including 1,080-pixel resolution for movies and TV shows, and a redesigned user interface. The box will be available on March 16 for $99.

Now playing: Watch this: Apple TV's new user interface: Hands-on

The redesigned user interface is available for current Apple TV boxes via a software update.

Apple's Randy Ubillos demos the company's new iPhoto app, designed specifically for the iPad. The app offers new editing capabilities and will work with photos up to 19 megapixels in size. It is available today for $4.99.

Now playing: Watch this: Apple reveals more iPad apps, includes new iMovie

Apple's Philip Schiller shows off new apps designed specifically for the iPad. The apps revealed include a new Garage Band and iMovie.

Now playing: Watch this: Game on for Apple's newest iPad

To help Apple show off its new iPad's high-resolution gaming capabilities, developers from Namco and Epic Games demo their latest games. Software maker Autodesk also reveals a new drawing app for the device called SketchBook Ink.