Apple’s 2013 in review: April gave us our first (unofficial) glimpse in the iPad Air

By on September 20, 2016

Apple’s 2013 in review: April gave us our first (unofficial) glimpse in the iPad Air

Apple has had a busy 2013. We’ve seen the release of the iPad Air, Retina iPad mini, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c as well as the launch of a new Mac Pro and an update to the iMac, Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. We’ve also seen new software from the company, including iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks. Here, we recap Apple’s April, which included software updates, Antennagate cheques, quarterly earnings call and leaked iPad Air parts that later proved to be real.

Excitingly, also throughout the earnings call, Apple’s Tim Prepare says the organization is focusing on “amazing” new items in “exciting cool product groups” in 2014.

Additionally, the Chief executive officer stated that Apple will not launch a larger iPhone until trade-offs could be prevented, and was adamant that, while levels of competition are tough, Apple’s items are the most useful undoubtedly.

Tickets for Apple’s WWDC 2013, which required devote June, continued purchase on 25 April, and offered out within two minutes. The organization suggested at iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 in the invitation towards the event.

See also:

Apple’s 2013 in review: September brings iOS 7, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c

Apple’s 2013 in review: August brings legal victories and defeats, and a much-anticipated Steve Jobs movie

Apple’s 2013 in review – July: iWatch trademark, iOS 7 betas, court cases and Logic Pro X

Apple’s 2013 in review: June brings the Apple price fixing trial, Mavericks, Mac Pro at WWDC, Ive, Woz and more

Apple’s 2013 in review: May brings a new iPod, tax arguments, BBM for iOS and a blockbuster Tim Cook speech

Apple’s 2013 in review: April gave us our first (unofficial) glimpse at the iPad Air

Apple 2013 in review – March: Woz wisdom, Mac Pro banned, iPhone trademark dispute

Apple’s 2013 in review: February brings milestones, a bumper dividend and yet another lawsuit

Apple’s 2013 in review: what Apple did in January


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  1. Oodlemeister

    September 20, 2016 at 2:43 am

    Last gen is holding the game back. They have had to repeatedly optimise and find the best balance for both. Vault size in vanilla was shit because last ten couldn’t handle a bigger vault with everything else going on in the game. So the current gen ve1ion suffered

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