All Non-Retina iPad Devices Are Pulled Out From Apple Stores

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  • 20 Jun 2015
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  • After three years after its debut, the last iPad with non-Retina display was pulled out today from Apple Stores, more precisely the iPad Mini. At the moment, in Apple Stores we’re going to find the iPad Mini 2 and the iPad Mini 3 along with the iPad Air. Thereby, now Apple no longer sells non-Retina iOS devices in its stores.


    Also, all the models of iPad mini and iPad Air found in Apple Stores, are packing 64-bit Apple-designed CPUs and high-resolution Retina displays. However, when it comes to phones, Apple is still selling the iPhone 5s, phone that doesn’t bring in the package a 64-bit processor.

    From the previous leaks, we found out that Apple might announce in this Fall a bigger iPad tablet called iPad Pro/Air Plus, device that will offer a 12.9 inch Retina display and four stereo speakers.

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