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Apple Launches New Ipad Mini And Air

Apple Aipad far the most 'thin and light' Aipad air-launched version. The company claims that these are the lightest device in the range of full-size tablets. Nearly nine ½ inch (9.7 inch) of the tablet is just 0.3 inches thick and weighs 0.45 kilograms. Air is pumped into the A7 chip company Aipad click Aifon 5 s in use.
In addition to its seven-inch tablet Air Aipad Aipad Apple has launched a new version of the Mini. Aipad Mini is the new Retina display. Apple launched the product in the market at a time when experts were saying that Google's Android, Apple's iOS in the tablet category is close to scoring.
Eight-inch (7.9-inch) display resolutions for the new Aipad Mini has been increased to 2048 x 1536 pixel Retina display that is being said.Market price of U.S. $ 499 Aipad Air will start the New Aipad the cheapest version of the Mini will be available for $ 399.
 
November Aipad Air will be available in the U.S. market, while New Aipad Mini will be launched by end of November. Both devices are available in India and can take several days.
Apple also announced that in celebration of the new version of the Mac operating system upgrade will provide them to users for free.
Unlike Apple's strategy with your upgraded operating system 8.1 full version for Windows users is incurring hundred pounds. The Ubuntu Linux operating system also is providing free.
In the event Apple also launched new laptops and many useful and entertaining app. According to analysts forecast the company launched a high-profile television set-top box.
According to information released by the company last financial Aipad 25.8 billion business in the last three quarters, which is 19 percent of the total turnover.Although Apple has acknowledged that the company's revenue from business tablet, the tablet is not growing in proportion to the number of sales. The Company believes that the most expensive version of the consumer Aipad Aipad place to buy buy cheap version of the Mini and Aipad 2.

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