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Everything you need to know from Apple's iPad and Mac October event

Today we were battered with a ton of awesome announcements from Apple, and if you can't be bothered to comb through them all, we've got the important information here.

The biggest takeaway from today's event is the announcement of the iPad Air 2. It shaves down the profile to 6.1 mm (for reference, the existing iPad Air is 7.5 mm thick). There's a new 8 megapixel camera inside that's similar to what we're seeing in the iPhone 6 Plus and a dedicated A8X image signal processor to handle timelapse and slow-mo shots. The front-facing camera has had some great improvements, and lets in 81% more light thanks to a larger aperture. There's also burst-mode selfies to shoot.

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Apple shows off Replay, an automatic video editor for iPhone and iPad, at press event

During Apple's press event today, the company showed off Replay, a third party app for the iPhone and iPad that automatically edits videos.

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iPad Air 2 prices start at $499, pre-orders start October 17

So, you want a new iPad Air 2, right? So the next question is when and how much? The good news is that you'll be able to pre-order one starting tomorrow, Friday, October 17. Prices start at $499 for the Wifi only version and you'll be able to snag one in silver, Space Gray and for the first time in gold.

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Apple announces the new iPad mini 3 at special event

As we've been anticipating, Apple has today officially announced the new iPad mini 3 at its special event alongside the new iPad Air 2. The latest small iPad from Apple follows last year's trend of being almost every bit as much tablet as it's bigger brother but just in a smaller form factor. Features include Touch ID, improved wifi and LTE, gold color options, and more

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Apple details the iPad Air 2 iSight and Facetime cameras

The iPad Air 2 has only just been announced and one of the things Apple singled out to highlight was the 8MP rear iSight camera. It's pretty close in specs and features to that on the iPhone 6 with 1.12 micron pixels – compared to 1.5 microns on the iPhone – and ƒ/2.4 aperture. But beyond the hardware, Apple has also crammed many of its latest photo and video features into the new iPad.

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Apple announces faster A8X processor for the new iPad Air 2

Apple revealed at its press event today that it has a new processor, the A8X, inside its newly revealed iPad Air 2 tablet.

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Over 225 million iPads have been sold

Apple was proud to announce at today's Mac and iPad event that they've sold 225 million iPads over the four years they've been available. These numbers blow away anything Apple has done for any of their other products, and continues to beat the top 4 PC makers over the last year's worth of sales. We've got 675,000 apps tailor-made for iPad now, and it ranks number one in many categories, including 100% customer satisfaction for the iPad mini retina.

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Apple officially introduces the new iPad Air 2

As expectations and rumors all pointed towards, Apple has today officially announced the new iPad Air at its special event out in Cupertino. The latest in Apple's full sized iPad line, the iPad Air 2 has the same visual feel as last years iPad Air but with a few added new tricks like Touch ID — and it comes in gold!

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iOS 8.1 coming Monday with Camera Roll, iCloud Photo Library and Apple Pay support

At today's Mac and iPad event, Apple gave us a sneak peak at iOS 8.1, which is rolling out on Monday. Some of the big features we can expect are the return of the Camera Roll, an official launch for iCloud Photo Library, and full support for Apple Pay in the US for all iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus customers.

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Apple Pay to launch in US on Monday, October 20 for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

During today's Apple press event, company CEO Tim Cook announced that the Apple Pay service will launch on Monday October 20th for all iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users in the US.

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