Apple has not only presented its new products and offerings to the world’s tech-based media but it has also wrapped its event in New York and made many of the announcements available to the world. With the event complete, the announced iPad Pros, Mac mini, and MacBook Air are all available for pre-order.
One thing that Apple is extremely good at doing is making sure that it capitalizes on the interest and buzz generated from its dedicated media events. That typically entails announcing a slew of new products and then making sure that they are available for pre-order almost immediately after the event.
Once again, the Cupertino-based giant has proven exceptionally efficient at doing exactly that and have ensured that all of the major announcements are now up and available on its online store for immediate pre-order.
Both Apple’s 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are available to order with immediate effect. Depending on what you want to spend, prices start at $799 for the smaller model, which will get you an 11-inch model with 64GB of internal storage finished in either Silver or Space Gray. If you prefer to pay an additional $200 then parting with $999 will get you the entry-level 12.9-inch model finished in the available color of your choice. Of course, there is also the option of expanding the internal storage capacity up to a maximum of 1TB.
Apple’s brand new MacBook Air is also available to order immediately and will start at just $1199. Consumers will be able to order the hardware in Gold, Silver, or Space Gray, and can opt to upgrade the configuration to one of their own choosing depending on how they intend to use the device and how much they want to spend. For those looking for a powerful, all-in-one notebook, MacBook Air should be an amazing and highly affordable choice.
And, finally, the first update to the MacBook mini in four years is also available to order. A number of important and impressive performance upgrades have been announced with this year’s Mac mini, including eight-generation 6-core and quad-core processors, DDR4 memory up to a maximum of 64GB, and an internal 2TB SSD. Parting with a starting price of $799 will get you this year’s Mac mini hardware.
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