Apple Unveils Updated Devices Amidst Quiet Roll-Out

Apple Quietly Rolls Out New iPads and an Updated Apple TV 4K

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Apple Quietly Rolls Out New iPads and an Updated Apple TV 4K

Apple released new iPads earlier this month, along with an update to their top-of-the-line Apple TV 4K. The new iPad line-up includes an iPad Air, iPad mini, and the sixth-generation iPad. All models come with the latest Apple A12 Bionic chip, offering enhanced performance. The iPad Air also gets an updated 10.5-inch screen, and the iPad mini is upgraded to a 7.9-inch Retina display. Both devices have support for Apple Pencil and run the latest version of Apple’s iOS.

The new Apple TV 4K comes with Apple’s A10X Fusion processor and the latest version of tvOS. It supports 4K resolutions, HDR10 and Dolby Vision, and has upgraded audio ports. The device also has access to Apple’s TV app, which provides access to content from streaming services like Hulu and Netflix. Other features include AirPlay 2, support for gaming, and integration with HomeKit.

The new iPads and Apple TV 4K are available for purchase now. Prices start at $329 for the iPad Air, $399 for the iPad mini, and $179 for the Apple TV 4K. For those looking to upgrade their tablets or streaming devices, now is a great time to take advantage of Apple’s latest offerings.

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