APPLE has launched its 5th generation iPad with a new name and, as rumoured, has released an iPad Mini with a high definition display at an event in San Francisco overnight.
Instead of iPad 5, the new 9.7-inch screen iPad is called iPad Air to emphasise it being 20 per cent thinner than its predecessor. It also is lighter, weighing 20 per cent less than the iPad 4, with a narrow bezel that Apple says will provide a more immersive experience.
The iPad Mini meanwhile features Apple’s so-called “Retina” display that packs the same number of pixels, some 3.1 million of them, found on its 9.7-inch model onto the screen of its smaller 7.9-inch sibling. It offers 108-p full HD resolution.
i dont think its thin enough yet eh?
apple giving away free software now..