Apple ventured far from its Cupertino home to deliver its annual Mac and iPad news, staging its Tuesday hardware event in Brooklyn, New York. The theme: creativity. The company demonstrated the new faster, more powerful running , as well as the newly revealed . The company's new hardware for 2018 previously included the and a . And while the received a creative-friendly Retina display, the got the power boost creative users have been asking for.
There were also the usual odds and ends that emerge just before and during these events. To wit:
- iOS 12.1 is available as of today, with
- There are out there.
MacBook Air, Mac Mini
The laptops and launched the "must be thin!" trend that carries through until today. The new model gets the Retina display many fans been clamoring for. And there's been big demand for a new Mac Mini -- congratulations to all you demanders. Plus, while our attention was elsewhere Apple stealthily r for its highest-end MacBook Pro.is one of Apple's most beloved
- The sub-3-pound with Retina display, Touch ID and other features inherited from modern MacBook Pros. It starts at $1,199 (£1,199, AU$1,849).
- The now comes in Space Gray and, more importantly, has new innards. It starts at $799 (£799, AU$1,249).
iPad Pro 2018
While thelaunched in March, it's been over a year since we've gotten an update to the higher-end iPad Pro, Apple gave us a few upgrades that were on .
- The new iPad Pro costs $799 (£769, AU$1,229) for the 11-inch model and $999 (£969, AU$1,529) for the 12.9-inch display.
- The has thinner bezels, USB-C connections, 264-ppi display and more -- .
- A with a magnetic connection and automatic pairing.
- An updated magnetically attaching .
- Apple .
: It has Face ID, it doesn't have a home button and it's coming Nov. 7.
: With Retina display, Touch ID and slimmed-down bezels.