Somewhat reluctantly, Apple quickly announced the new iPad mini 3 shortly after announcing the iPad Air 2. The new smaller iPad received very little on-stage time unlike the new iPad Air and the new iMac with Retina Display, and it is likely due to the lack of proper hardware improvements over last year’s iPad mini with Retina Display.
Apple is currently hosting an event in its head quarters in Cupertino and to kick things off, the company has just announced the release date of the Mac OS X Yosemite update. The Mac OS X Yosemite that was announced a few months back at WWDC 2014 is available starting today for free for all Mac devices available out there, it’ll come with free iWork too.
Lenovo’s London global launch has revealed a range of new Yoga devices. Among them is the Yoga 3 Pro, which continues Lenovo’s line of folding convertible design, albeit with a redesigned hinge. Also announced was the Yoga Tablet 2, the tablet with a kickstand that now comes in either a Windows or Android option.
Japanese manufacturer Toshiba has previewed a prototype of its first wearable device at CEATEC in Japan. It appears to resemble a bulkier, glasses version of Google’s own Glass project. No details are being discussed about its technical specifications or price, but Toshiba has apparently mentioned that it will be marketing the device to businesses instead of the consumer market.
Yesterday, details about the next generation iPad Air (iPad Air 2) was posted online, but why describe something when you can actually see it with your own eyes. Images claiming to be the iPad Air 2 also made their way to the web, showing off a very slim design and a missing mute switch.