iOS Devices

Hands-on with the iPad Air 2

Here it is, the new iPad Air 2 is in our hands! Announced today at the special event the latest larger iPad from Apple is slimmer, lighter and faster than its predecessor and of course, it now has Touch ID and comes in gold.

We'll have a ton more content to come dedicated to the new iPad Air 2, but for now check out our very first hands-on video with it up top and a selection of images below.

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Five things you need to know about Apple's new iPads

The iPads are coming! The iPads are coming! Yes, as expected, Apple announced the newest members of its ever-growing iPad family on Thursday—the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. These two will be available for pre-order beginning tomorrow, October 17; here's what you need to know about them.

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Apple's iPad Air 2 and Retina 5K iMac shown off in new promo videos

Following the conclusion of today's press event, Apple has uploaded new videos to its YouTube channel showing off the iPad Air 2 and the new Retina iMac.

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iPad Air 2 comes with new Apple SIM card for switching carriers at will

We are still discovering things about the newly revealed Apple iPad Air 2 that the company didn't talk about during their press event today. One of these features is mentioned on Apple's website, where it reveals that the iPad Air 2 comes with its own custom Apple SIM card.

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iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 UK pricing announced

Now the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 are official, it's time to look at how much it's going to cost in different parts of the world. In the UK, the Apple Store has come back up and revealed all we need to know. The top line is that the iPad Air 2 will start at £399 and the iPad mini 3 begins at £319.

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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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