Yay, new hardware! Apple skipped the event this time around, and unveiled a new iPad to replace the iPad Air 2, a red iPhone 7, more storage for the iPad mini 4 and iPhone SE, new Apple Watch bands, and a new iOS app that combines elements of Vine and Snapchat. Whew!
We’ll have a review of the iPad when it ships, but don’t worry that this is all there is. Apple still has the iPad Pro to refresh, and of course Tim Cook promised us pro Macs this year. The vigil continues…
Every new product Apple just announced: iPad, red iPhone 7, Apple Watch bands, and more by Caitlin McGarry
iPad Pro, iPad, and iPad mini 4: What are the differences? by Roman Loyola
Apple’s new iPad lineup slashes prices, the iPad Air, and iPad mini storage options by Michael Simon
Apple’s bold new red iPhone 7 turns upgrading into a philanthropic decision by Caitlin McGarry
Apple’s new Clips app is like a simplified iMovie for viral videos by Ian Paul
Apple refreshes Apple Watch bands and iPhone cases with new colors for spring by Caitlin McGarry
One more thing: Why Apple could still launch a new iPad Pro at Apple Park in April by Oscar Raymundo
H&R Block, TaxAct, TaxSlayer, and TurboTax: Which tax program is right for you? by Jeffrey Battersby
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