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Apple iPad Mini Pricing Unveiled

by Johan on October 15, 2012

Apple iPad Mini Pricing Unveiled

Word has it that Apple will release the new iPad Mini on October 17, 2012. The gadget will be priced at around $250 – $300. Available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB of storage capacities, the iPad Mini will be offered in WiFi-only and WiFi + 4G LTE versions. Stay tuned for more updates. [Geeky-gadgets]

Apple Lightning Port To HDMI And VGA Adapters

by Johan on September 14, 2012

Apple Lightning Port To HDMI And VGA Adapters

Apple will release the Lightning port to HDMI and VGA adapters very soon. These adapters enables iPhone 5 users to connect their smartphones directly to any HDTV display. Without these adapters, iPhone 5 owners can only stream video and audio content through AirPlay. Apple will sell these new adapters for about $39 each. [The Verge]

Apple’s Lightning To Micro USB Adapter

by Johan on September 13, 2012

Apple Lightning To Micro USB Adapter

Apple has started selling the Lightning to Micro USB Adapter. It enables you to connect the new iPhone 5 to micro USB cables and chargers to sync and charge your device. Priced at $24, the Apple Lightning to Micro USB Adapter is compatible with iPhone 5, iPod touch (5th generation) and iPod nano (7th generation). [Apple Store]

Apple Introduces New Earpods

by Johan on September 12, 2012

Apple Introduces New Earpods

Apple today introduced the new Apple EarPods earphones. These earphones feature a breakthrough design for a more natural fit, increased durability and an incredible acoustic quality. The Apple Earpods will come with the new iPhone 5, the iPod Touch and the new iPod Nano. The company will also offer these earphones as a standalone accessory. No word on pricing at this time. [Apple]

Apple iPhone 5 Lightning Connector

by Johan on September 12, 2012

Apple iPhone 5 Lightning Connector

Apple has recently unveiled a new connector for its new iPhone 5 smartphone, the iPhone 5 Lightning connector. As a successor to the 30-pin connector, the new Lightning connector is smaller, smarter and more durable than the previous connector. Apple has also introduced a new adapter that will convert devices and cables with the old 30-pin connector into the new iPhone 5 Lightning connector. [Apple]