Apple launches red iPhone, cheaper iPad and Clips video editing app
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Apple quietly announced and update to the Ipad, dropping the price of the nine point seven inch tablet by $70.00.
It also gave the processor an upgrade.
This replaces the Ipad Air Two.
And when it goes on sale Friday for $329.00 It's gonna be Apple's cheapest iPad.
This is the first time Apple has unveiled an iPad without a splashy precedent.
Meanwhile, the company also announced it is selling the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in a vibrant red color.
And the budget iPhone SE, it also got a boost with double the storage.
Apple has more than just new hardware.
Apple is teasing a new video editing app called Clips coming in April for iPhones and iPads.
It stitches together photos and videos and let's you add filters, text, music, special effects, and it also automatically transcribes the audio to create real time captions.
The idea is that it can make it easy to share interesting video to your social networks.
Ebay is guaranteeing that it will deliver products in three days or less.
The program applies to 20 million products, and you can filter a search just to show the items with the quick shipping.
And finally Super Mario Run arrives on Android phones this Thursday after three months of iOS exclusively The game saw 40 million downloads on the Apple platform, but was only able to convert 5% of players to pay for the full version.
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