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The Guardian’s Charles Arthur calls iPad Air a “svelte chunk of wow.” He adds that with the addition of iLife and iWork for free with each new device, iPad Air “is raising the bar both for what tablets should look and feel like (and especially weigh), and what they should be able to do.”
In his review for the Evening Standard, Mark Prigg calls iPad Air “without doubt, the best tablet ever made - and by a huge margin.” He praises the power of the new 64 bit processor and the “thinner and lighter” bezel which he says “disappears” once you start using it, making the screen the entire device.
Apple today updated MacBook Pro with Retina display to include fourth-generation Intel Core processors, the latest graphics, longer battery life, faster flash storage, and next-generation Wi-Fi. Starting at a new lower price of $1,299 (US), the updated MacBook Pro with Retina display features a stunning high-resolution display, an amazing thin and light design, and the latest technology to power through the most demanding projects. “We’ve made the world’s best pro notebook even better by adding more performance and even longer battery life,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “MacBook Pro with Retina display continues to redefine the pro notebook.”
Apple today launched the all-new Mac Pro. Designed around an innovative unified thermal core, the Mac Pro features the latest Intel Xeon processors with up to 12 cores, dual workstation-class GPUs, six Thunderbolt 2 ports, PCIe-based flash storage and ultra-fast ECC memory. Packing amazing performance in a stunning new design, the all-new Mac Pro starts at $2,999 (US) and will be available in December. “The new Mac Pro is our vision for the future of the pro desktop, everything about it has been reimagined and there has never been anything like it,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.
Apple today announced that its groundbreaking iWork productivity apps and award-winning iLife creativity apps have been completely redesigned to take full advantage of OS X Mavericks and iOS 7. Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand have been updated to 64-bit, include iCloud integration, and are loaded with hundreds of new features that let you do more than ever across your Apple devices. In addition, iWork and iLife are now free with the purchase of every new Mac or iOS device. “This is the biggest day for apps in Apple’s history,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “These new versions deliver seamless experiences across devices that you can’t find anywhere else and are packed with great features like iMovie Theater, Drummer and a new unified file format for iWork documents across all your devices.”
Apple today announced that OS X Mavericks, the 10th major release of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, is available for free from the Mac App Store. With more than 200 new features, OS X Mavericks brings iBooks and Maps to the Mac, includes a new version of Safari, enhances multi-display support, introduces Finder Tabs and Tags, and delivers new core technologies for breakthrough power efficiency and performance. “We want every Mac user to experience the latest features, the most advanced technologies, and the strongest security,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “We believe the best way to do this is to begin a new era of personal computing software where OS upgrades are free.”
Jim Richardson from National Geographic hikes across Scotland capturing the beauty of the highlands with his iPhone 5s and its “very capable camera.” Richardson calls the colour and exposures “amazingly good” and Panorama “nothing short of amazing - seeing a panorama sweeping across the screen in real time is just intoxicating.
Apple today announced iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will be available in Italy, Russia, Spain, and more than 25 other countries beginning Friday, October 25. The iPhones are also coming to more than a dozen additional countries, including India and Mexico, on November 1.
Hunter Skipworth at Digital Spy, reviews the 27-inch iMac saying “we can’t think of a better looking desktop computer” adding “it’s not until you turn the thing around and realise that the internal hardware is packed into a neat bulge on the back of the screen, that Apple’s clever design becomes most apparent.”
“Greatest laptop ever made” - Stuff. “…it’s worth every penny as it deliver on that all day battery promise” - Pocket-lint. “Apple’s ‘everyday laptop’ gets even better… factor in the better battery life and improved Wi-Fi, and the 2013 MacBook Air is a clear win overall” - TechRadar. “The 13-inch MacBook Air is as close to perfection as a consumer notebook gets” - WIRED. “Mind. Blown.” - Computerworld
Join Apple Business Experts on 4 September, 2013 for a live online seminar and interactive Q&A session to learn how you can use FileMaker 12 Go for iPad for key business tasks like project management, event tracking, inventory status, how to share data with your employees via iPad, iPhone and Mac, and more. Visit the Online Seminar website to register.
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