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iPad mini, 4th-gen iPad and new Macs in Apple launch video

Missed Apple's event tonight? Here's everything that happened, in one convenient video.

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Did you happen to miss Apple's iPad mini event tonight? If so, never fear -- we've put together an information-flavoured video to deliver all the news of the night, in one fabulous clip.

Click play on the video above to hear everything you need to know about Apple's shrunken iPad mini, including screen size, processor, camera, thickness, weight and -- of course -- the all-important price tag and release date (hint: it costs £269 and is out on 2 November).

Apple has also given the big iPad a refresh, introducing a honking great A6X processor to the mix. It also packs Apple's new Lightning port, and an unchanged price -- expect to pay at least £399 to own this normal-sized tablet.

As if two new tablets wasn't enough to send fast-typing tech journalists running for their mums, Apple has also taken the opportunity to debut not one, not two but three new Mac computers.

The first is a 13-inch MacBook Pro with retina display -- in essence a smaller, thinner version of the 15-inch model it launched earlier this year. It's 19mm thick and weighs about 1.6kg, and plays host to a shocking 2,560x1,600-pixel resolution screen. Crikey.

All that tech will set you back though. This computer starts at £1,449, so best start saving now.

The desk-bound iMac has been slimmed down meanwhile, introducing a perilously slim body. The Mac mini has been given upgraded components too -- say hello to four USB 3.0 ports and shiny new processors.

Will you be buying any of these new gadgets? Is the iPad mini too expensive? Tell me in the comments or on our Facebook wall.