Highlights of the new iPad Video
Highlights of the new iPad Video Transcript
Everyone's been wondering, who will come out with the product that's more amazing than the iPad 2, with it's big, beautiful 9.7 inch screen, super fast (A5?) Chip, all day battery life, and elegant dim and light design. Everybody's been wondering thus. Well, stop wondering. Next generation wireless. We're working with the number of carriers to support LTE on the new iPad and we're working with AT&T, Verizon, Roger, Bell and Telus. We all like to do great things like watching videos on our iPad. I'm gonna hit play and this is a great film, The Bird film from Andrew Zuckerman's studios, and on the right, on LTE, it starts playing right away. You can see what the progress bar on the top. It is loading the video faster than we can watch it real time. On the device on the left, which is an EVDO, or we could have used GSM as well there. It's buffering the video, waiting to save enough frames, before it starts to play. There are 264 pixels per inch in this display and that is enough to call it a retina to display. But when you turn on that new iPad, you will going to see graphics text icons sharper than you can imagine. On the new iPad, has a great eyesight camera. It's a 5 Megapixel backside illuminated sensor. We brought the optic system from the iPhone 4S. Five element lens, hybrid infrared filter on it and we've had an ISP, built in to our A5X Chip. We're announcing a new Apple TV, that now supports 10 ADP. It comes with a streamline new user interface, that makes it even easier to search and play great content.
Apple caught us by surprise this morning when it dropped the iPad 4 just six months after the debut of the iPad 3. An overview of all the announcements including the Retina MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac Mini on today's episode.
MacBook Pro with retina display is announced at Apple's WWDC conference today.
Apple's Phil Schiller unveils a new iPad Mini with Retina Display. The new tablet features a 2,048x1,536-pixel display, and houses Apple's A7 processor. Pricing starts at $399 for the Wi-Fi 16GB model; it will be available in November.
Apple's Phil Schiller refreshes the company's notebook line of computers with Retina Display, including a 13-inch for $1,299 and a 15-inch for $1,999. Both laptops ship today.
The annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote today couldn't possibly replicate Steve Jobs' signature style, but did offer its fair share of announcements: New souped-up MacBook Pros boast Retina Displays. The Maps app goes head to head with Google. And iOS gets Facebook integration.
It's not your regular Buzz Out loud today. From New York City, Wilson G. Tang, Jeff Bakalar, Dan Ackerman and Rex Brian (AKA Scott Stein) take over, and needless to say it's a very different BOL. In this topsy-turvy world, Google's Dr. Eric Schmidt is forced out as CEO. HP joins the fray by rearranging its board of directors with four new members, including former California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman. Verizon files suit against the FCC for rules they proposed, and no, the iPad 2 won't be getting the Retina Display--much to our dismay.
Apple's surprise refresh to the Retina Display iPad has a faster processor that's a welcome addition, keeping it at the top of the pack, but third-generation owners need not feel too much envy.
Google's social networking service, Google+, is getting a complete redesign with 41 new features. Highlights include a revamped news stream, autotagging, and a new Hangouts app.
At Apple's press event Wednesday in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest version of the iPod Touch. The new Touch shares many features with the iPhone 4, including Apple's Retina Display technology, a front-facing camera, and FaceTime.
Microsoft announces new games hitting the Xbox One, with previews of FIFA 14, Forza 5, and Call of Duty: Ghosts. Other highlights from the event include a partnership with Steven Spielberg on a Halo live-action TV series, plus a link-up with the NFL on new interactivity and fantasy features.