They have arrived!
At a presentation today in San Francisco, Apple unveiled both a new, higher-def TV and the much-anticipated, long-awaited third generation iPad!
The Apple TV will now feature a high-definition video (2048 x 1536 pixel Retina display) and a connection with the iCloud, which will access the user's movies and media already purchased through iTunes! It also has a new interface with more icons, and fewer lists and menus!
It's $99 and will be out next week!
Meanwhile, the new iPad is super jacked up, available March 16th and preorder today, and all you tech geeks can check out the detailed specs…AFTER THE JUMP!
The screen has a 264 pixels per inch.
That's a total 3.1 million pixels in a full color IPS screen.
44 percent more saturation than the IPS technology they were using previously.
Processor and graphics power
A5X, which includes a quad-core graphics module.
Twice as fast as a Tegra 3
"Four times" the graphics performance.
New camera on the back
Has a 5-megapixel job with a side-iluminated sensor
5-element lens and an infrared filter.
1080p video recording
The rear camera, iSight Camera
Capable of capturing 1080p video
It has temporal noise reduction
New microphone button, which will allow you to:
dictate emails, presumably using technology related to Siri technology
4G LTE connectivity:
21Mbps on HSPA+ networks, 42Mbps on DC-HSDPA and 73Mbps on LTE.
It will run on both AT&T and Verizon networks.
Phil Schiller said new model "has the most wireless bands that has ever shipped."
0.03 inches thicker than the iPad 2 at 0.37 inches (9.4 millimeters).
Weight is only 1.5 pounds.
March 16, but the preorder starts today.
Available in the US, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia on the same day.
Price is $499, $599 and $699 for 16, 32, and 64GB.
4G LTE - $629, $729, and $829.