Tue, Jan 29, 2013
Lex Friedman, Macworld
Apple on Tuesday announced a new iPad that’s a lot like the existing fourth-generation iPad, only with more storage than ever before. The iPad with Retina display will now be offered in a 128GB variety. The Wi-Fi model will retail for $799; the Wi-Fi + Cellular option will cost $929.
Michael A. Prospero, Laptop Magazine
Dan Frakes, Macworld
Matt Clark, IGN
Andrew Harrison, PC Advisor
Aldrin Calimlim, AppAdvice
Jason D. O'Grady, ZDNet
Users concerned about having their personal usage habits tracked by apps and advertisers now have a convenient button to reset the identifier, essentially making them appear like a new user.
128GB in an iPhone -- and probably iPads and iPods? We're inching ever so closer to the end of the iPod Classic.
Jacqui Cheng, Ars Technica
Apple also added the ability to download individual songs from iCloud—a common complaint from iTunes Match users, who have found themselves stuck between syncing all songs over the cloud versus none at all.
Lex Friedman, Macworld
You can send the audio from movies, TV shows, and other content you play back on Apple TV to AirPlay-enabled speakers and devices including the AirPort Express and other Apple TVs.
Randy Nelson, TUAW
Rene Ritchie, IMore