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Apple is getting ready to unveil its new line of iPads at a relatively small event on October 16th. Alongside the new iPads the company is expected to launch OS X Yosemite and the brand new Apple Pay.
Apple is reportedly planning to unveil its next-generation iPad Air and iPad mini at an event on October 21, and is also said to be preparing for the full release of OS X Yosemite on the same day.
Samsung's back at it again, using Apple as a catalyst for its commercials. This time they are pitting the Galaxy Tab S against the iPad Air. But, how long will Samsung be king?
Samsung mocks Apple's "thinner than a pencil" advertisement with their own "thinner than an iPad Air" ad
A new video ad for Nokia's Lumia 2520 tablet makes a gentle poke on Apple's new iPad Air as the ad tries to show that the newest iOS tablet can't be used for work as much as the 2520.
Apple has rebranded their flagship 9.7 inch tablet to highlight the drastic reduction in its size and weight, but even with performance enhancements, is the iPad Air worthy of its steep price?
A store belonging to the Vodafone network was evacuated after an Apple iPad Air erupted in a "burst of flames", filling the store with smoke. Emergency services attended but no injuries were reported.
Apple seems to have another hit device on their hands with data pointing to rapid adoption of the iPad Air. Compared to previous years' models the iPad Air is selling almost 5 times more devices
Breaking Bad's "Walter White" has a new gig as Bryan Cranston, for Apple. In a new ad spot he describes the new iPad Air with the help of a pencil calling it an "extremely simple tool".
In their San Francisco event today, Apple have announced the the 5th Generation of iPad with a new design and revamped internals. Will this be enough to stay ahead of the competition?