iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 And OS X Yosemite Release Scheduled Ahead

It seems like all the enthusiasm over the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus just won’t cut for Apple, who wants to continue releasing products. Next in line seems to be the iPad Air 2 tablet device, which is apparently scheduled for an October 2nd release.

The production for the new iPad Air model started in September, and the product is expected to begin the shipment phase next month, as pointed out by Taiwanese publication Commercial Times, which also reports that the new Retina Display sporting iPad Mini 3 won’t come out any sooner than early 2015. The first half of 2015 will bring other treats as well, as the new iPad model, the iPad Pro, is promised during that time frame, according to MacRumor.

It is presumed that October 21st will bring a special event our way during which Apple will unveil both the new iPad Mini and iPad Air. Supposedly, the devices are worth the wait, as Apple has equipped them with the latest A8 chip, as well as multiple improvements from previous generations. The now-mandatory fingerprint sensor will also be part of the tablets, so users can make mobile payments and unlock their phone with their fingerprint, just like they would do with a new iPhone. The color palette for the new devices will be the same one available for the iPhone 6, featuring grey, silver and gold options.

Before we get into specifications, it is worth mentioning that the new iPad Air will come with an anti-reflective coating to make the display more accessible during sunlight. The device is rumoured to sport a 9.7 inch Retina Display, bigger than the 7.9 inch display found on the new iPad Mini 3, and a combination of one 8MP camera on the rear, and another 1.5 MP camera on the front. The specs will operate under the new iOS8.

Speaking of OS’s, there’s another operating system ready to meet the fans this year, and we’re talking about OS X Yosemite, which is scheduled for an October release, after being introduced all the way back in June alongside the iOS8 at the WWDC 2014 event.

One of the coolest features expected from the brand new OS, is the ability of making Mac computers capable of commuting tasks they’ve started to mobile devices. This means that you can switch between writing emails for example, between you mobile device and your computer.

The new addition of members to the iPad family might spark things up a bit in the tablet department, which has been confronting sale drops for a while.

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