Apple: Releasing a load of stuff again
Yesterday, they revealed two new iPads and a high-resolution screen iMac desktop, which of course, we already told you about.
Basically, Apple are giving everyone the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, as well as blarting on about Apple Pay where you can pay for stuff with your phone (which of course, is a thing that's been around for ages under different names).
So what about the Pad Air 2? Well, it is thin. You can get it in silver or gold and it is now thinner than a biro at just 6.1mm thick. Apple reckon it is the world's thinnest tablet. It comes with a faster processor and a better camera too.
The new iPad has now got a lot of the features that you'd find in an iPhone, so you can now do slow motion video and burst shots with it, and it has the fingerprint ID sensor. Apple's new OS, Yosemite, will be available as a free download too.
The new iMacs will have a sharper display. How much sharper? According to Apple, they'll have seven times the amount of pixels you'll find on a standard HD TV.
If you're after a new iPad, prices start at £319. If you're wanting a new iMac, prices start from £1,999.