The iPad Mini and fourth-generation iPad sales have now officially started. In countries such as New Zealand “where it is now in the morning of November 2” first customers have officially purchased the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad. In the photo below you can see Twitter user @jgriffinz who was one of the first customers to officially purchase the iPad mini in New Zealand and was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal. » Official iPad Mini & Fourth-Generation iPad Sales Begin
Some iPad 3 owners may feel a little bit disappointed that Apple unexpectedly updated their iPad lineup with a new iPad 4 that includes a A6X chip. However CNET reports that people who purchased their iPad within the past 30 days may be able to exchange their devices for new models at their local Apple Stores. » Some Apple Stores Offering 30-Day Exchange Window For iPad 4
Apple today announced the fourth generation iPad. The iPad 4 comes with a A6X chip “that delivers up to twice the CPU performance and up to twice the graphics performance of the A5X chip“, a FaceTime HD camera and ultrafast wireless performance and support for additional LTE carriers worldwide with 10 hours of battery life. It also supports the Lightning connector that is smaller and more durable than the 30-pin connector. It is basicly an iPad 3 on steroids. » Apple Announces iPad 4 With Lightning Connector And New A6X Chip
Did you miss the live stream of Apple’s media event? Don’t worry, Apple has just posted the video to its website and it’s now available for playback. For people who use a Mac you need Safari 4 or later on Mac OS X 10.6 or later, iOS users need Safari and iOS 4.2 or later and Windows users need QuickTime 7 to play this video.