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IPad Air 2 Is Thinner Than A Pencil Partially Destroyed By A Laser By Clip Syndicate To call something "pencil-thin" is an old cliché, and Apple played on that last year by saying the iPad Air was as thin as a pencil. But now, the company wants you to know that its latest tablet is even thinner. During Thursday's keynote, Apple officially revealed the iPad Air 2. To showcase just how slender the new device is, Apple showed a video of a laser vaporizing the top third of a pencil lying on its side. ...Read More »
Apple Put Its Own SIM Card In IPad Air 2 And IPad Mini 3 By Clip Syndicate Apple snuck in a new piece of hardware in its just-unveiled iPads: the company's own SIM card. The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 both include the Apple SIM, which is intended to offer more flexibility with carriers, and make it easier for users to stay connected while traveling. The new SIM lets users choose from any of the available short-term carrier options, apparently allowing them to jump from carrier to carrier at will. ...Read More »
How To Rewatch The Entire Apple IPad Air 2 Event By Clip Syndicate If you didn't have time to watch Apple 's big iPad event live (or if you didn't feel like opening Safari), don't fret. Apple posted its full keynote from Thursday's event, during which the company unveiled two new iPads. Among other things, Apple revealed a launch date for Apple Pay, the iPad mini 3 , a super-thin iPad Air 2 and an iMac with retina display .

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Apple Built A SIM Card That Lets You Switch Between AT&T, Sprint, And T-Mobile By Clip Syndicate Whoaaa — here’s an interesting bit that went unmentioned in today’s Apple announcement: Apple has seemingly built a SIM card that lets you swap between AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile without having to swap it out (or, more likely, track down/purchase a new SIM card when you want to switch carriers). Tucked into a page about the iPad Air 2’s wireless connectivity, Apple calls the new SIM, aptly, “Apple SIM”. As they describe it: The Apple SIM gives you the flexibility to choose from a variety of short-term plans from select carriers in the U.S. and UK right on your iPad.

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First-generation IPad Air Remains, Price Dropped To $399 To Start By Clip Syndicate While Apple might be looking to the future with a new iPad Air featuring everything from improved internal components to the inclusion of its Touch ID fingerprint sensor, the company is not yet ready to say goodbye to its last-generation slate. The 9.7-inch iPad Air will remain available for a starting price of $399 and Apple is offering two versions, Space Gray and Silver. Though the iPhone remains Apple's dominant revenue engine, the company is eager to bolster its other businesses. ...Read More »
Dr. Ruth Tweeted The Sexiest Apple Event Recap You'll Read All Day By Clip Syndicate In the barrage of live tweets regarding the latest Apple iPad event, one perspective was seriously lacking: How will these updates affect our sex lives? That's where Dr. Ruth Westheimer comes in. Everyone's favorite sex therapist offered live updates of Apple's Cupertino event from a frank sensual perspective. She even tackled the hard questions like, Which body parts can I use on the finger sensor? and weighed the benefits of an iPad vs. a bed pad.

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Stephen Colbert Hires Himself As Apple's 'Intergalactic Chancellor' By Clip Syndicate Forget hosting The Late Show, Stephen Colbert just lined up the gig of a lifetime: Intergalactic Chancellor of Apple. Well, his exact title is still a work in progress, if Thursday's iPad event is any evidence. In a very dad-like phone call, Apple's senior VP of software design Craig Federighi explained to Colbert how the comedian would help the tech company "triple-down" on secrecy, something much needed after Wednesday's iPad leak. ...Read More »
Apple Unveils The IPad Air 2 By Clip Syndicate Apple has revealed the latest version of the iPad , called the iPad Air 2. And this time it's even thinner. The new iPad is just 6-point-1 millimeters thick, or zero point two-4ths of an inch. That's 18 percent thinner than the first iPad Air, which was 7-point-7 millimeters. Apple CEO Tim Cook says the 9-point-7-inch screen of the iPad Air 2 has the lowest reflectivity of any tablet, reducing glare by up to 56 percent. ...Read More »
The New IPad Mini 3 Gets A Speed Boost And Touch ID By Clip Syndicate This year’s small form-factor tablet from Apple is called the iPad mini 3, dropping the distinction between the original iPad mini and last year’s mini with Retina. It’s got the same A8 system-on-a-chip as the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus as opposed to the beefier A8X in the new iPad Air 2. Like it’s bigger sibling, the iPad mini 3 receives Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner and will come with iOS 8.1, meaning you’ll be able to use it with Apple Pay for online purchases. ...Read More »
Investors Yawn As New IPads Fail To Impress By Clip Syndicate After Apple’s underwhelming new iPad introductions today, sales of the devices are unlikely to rebound much from their recent slump. But that may be just fine for Apple and its shareholders, as many customers are shifting their attention – and dollars -- to higher-priced phones and computers. Apple introduced two new iPads and a new iMac at the event held at its Cupertino headquarters. A slimmer iPad Air 2 upgrades last year’s iPad Air with better cameras, faster processors and .... ...Read More »
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