Apple’s 22nd October event marks the arrival of the latest models of iPads and Macs, along with the declaration of making OS X Mavericks free for Mac users
On the 22nd October event, Apple has revealed the new models of iPads and Macs, along with the updated version of iWork. Moreover, the giant company has declared OS X Mavericks, the latest operating system for Macs, available for free!
According to Apple Balla, the new 9.7 inch iPad is much thinner and lighter from the earlier models, which includes A7 processor and M7 co-processing chip. It has been revealed with two colors-space gray and silver. The 16 GB, Wi-Fi model will cost about $499.
Apple has also unveiled the new 7.9 inch iPad Mini, which contains a retina display, a 2048 x 1356 resolution, A7 chip and battery backup of 10 hours. Its price starts at $399.
According to USA Today, the new Mac Pro has arrived with an Intel Xenon 5 Quad-Core Processor and 4K display support, but has been labelled with a very high price of $2,999!
The new MacBooks, unveiled with a lighter and thinner shape, has been featured with the latest Intel Haswell chips. It has been released with two models, the 13 and 15 inch versions, costing $1,299 and $1,999 accordingly.
The iWork software also gets itself updated which is expected to pose a major threat to Microsoft Office’s massive global market.
But the most surprising news is making OS X Mavericks free for Mac customers. However, the users must have OS X 10.6.8 or more updated version installed on their devices in order to enjoy the update.
With the release of major devices and software updates, Apple is expected to strengthen its position in the highly competitive technological market.