Magazine article Variety

Apple's Fall Lineup

Magazine article Variety

Apple's Fall Lineup

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iPad Mini 4

Starting at $399

Not in the market for a giant iPad? Then how about a little one: Apple also gave the iPad mini a makeover, adding a beefier processor and an eight-megapixel camera. The mini still features an eye-friendly Retina display and Touch ID that allows you to unlock the device with your fingerprint. Think of all the upgrades as improving an already good thing that should help to future-proof your tablet, and make apps look and feel snappier.

iPad Pro

Starting at $799

Apple touts the iPad Pro as a desktop PC replacement, for a reason: Measuring 12.9", you likely won't be hauling it around much. But the large display makes it possible to run two full iPad apps side-by-side. And Apple has come to realize some of us have fingers not meant to draw beautiful sketches, or type quickly with on-screen keyboards: thus the introduction of a $99 stylus-like device dubbed the Apple Pencil, as well as a $169 smart keyboard that directly connects to the iPad Pro without the need to jump through hoops to sync the two. Combine all these things, and you've got yourself a workhorse.

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Starting at $149, with contract / $27 per month contract-free

The iPhone just got a lot more sensitive, featuring 3D Touch, which tells the device to do different things depending on whether you lightly tap or more forcefully press an on-screen button. Both versions come with a 12-megapixel camera capable of shooting 4K videos - and automatically do something pretty cool: They record a bit of video around a photo, so you'll later get to see how that smile got so big. …

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