A lot to cover
In Apple's invite for its 10/22 event , the company said it had a lot to cover. It wasn't kidding. Here are some of the highlights.
Craig Federighi demonstrated OS X Mavericks and announced that it would be free and available later the same day.
Craig Federighi demonstrates OS X Mavericks.
Maps and books
New apps in Mavericks include iBooks and Maps.
GarageBand was updated on both Mac and iOS. The iOS version can support up to 32 tracks on 64-bit devices such as the new iPad Air and Retina iPad mini.
New iWork icons
The first major update to iWork in four years includes new icons for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
Mac Pro Intro
Phil Schiller reintroduced the new Mac Pro.
Eddy Cue was the poster boy for a demo of the new version of Pages, which includes iCloud-based collaboration.
New Retina MacBook Pro
Phil Schiller announces a new version of the MacBook Pro with Retina display.
Tim Cook promotes iPad's sterling reputation with buyers.
Retina iPad mini
Phil Schiller shows off the specs of the Retina display in the new iPad mini.
Clear text on the iPad mini's Retina display.
Apple also announced new iPad Smart Covers and cases for the new iPads.
The iPad mini and iPad Air, side by side.
Hands on with iPad mini
The iPad mini comes in a new space-gray color.
4K plus 4K
The Mac Pro (right) driving two 4K displays at the same time.
Tim poses with iPad Air
After the event, Tim Cook posed with the new iPad Air.
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