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Apple Event UPDATE: New iPad 1.0 Pound, Slimmed from 1.9 Pounds

  • 11:08 AM | by Tim StevensIt weighs 1 pound on the nose. “The lightest full-size tablet in the world.” I’m guessing some of you are frantically fact-checking that as I type.
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  • 11:08 AM | by Josh LowensohnIt’s the lightest full sized tablet in the world Schiller boasts.
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  • 11:08 AM | by Josh LowensohnThis happened with much work, Schiller says. Now weighs 1 pound, down from 1.9 lbs

CNET’s Apple Oct. 22 Event Live Blog 


Apple Event LIVE: Announcing Release of OS X Mavericks for Free

Craig Federighi, chief of iOS and OS X, at Apple's Oct. 22, 2013 event. (Credit: James Martin/CNET)

Craig Federighi, chief of iOS and OS X, at Apple’s Oct. 22, 2013 event.
(Credit: James Martin/CNET)

 reports:  Mac users can have Apple’s latest Mac operating system, OS X Mavericks, for free, the company announced Tuesday at an event in San Francisco.

“Today we’re going to revolutionize pricing,” Craig Federighi, Apple’s chief of iOS and OS X, said. The software is available today.

Apple introduced the system in June at its developers’ conference, and touted extended battery life, tabs and tags while demonstrating new features in Safari, Maps, and iBooks.

Federighi reiterated the new features at Tuesday event. A 13-inch MacBook Airwith Mavericks gets up to an hour more of Web browsing, and up to 1.5 hours more iTunes movie playback, he said. Read the rest of this entry »