Apple showed off its new iPad Air and its iPad Mini on Tuesday at a media event in San Francisco.
The company's next generation full-size iPad is called the iPad Air and as expected resembles the iPad mini. Weighing only one pound, it's lighter and 20 percent thinner than its predecessor. It also features an A7 chip and 10 hours of battery life. It will launch on November 1st.
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The device comes in silver and white and space gray and black. It starts pricing at $499 for 16GB WiFi model and will cost $629 for the cellular model. Apple is keeping the iPad 2 at $399.
The Cupertino company also revealed its next generation iPad Mini, which features retina display. It also comes in silver and white and space grey and black. It will be available later in November starting at $399.
Besides new iPads, the company also shared some OS X / Mac Pro news.
Apple is cutting the cost of its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air line-up and is also going to be giving its Maverick software update away for free. It also showed off its Mac Pro, which prices at $2,999.