/// AllThingsD Week In Review: Apple Freshens Up & Pinterest and Snapchat See Dollar Signs

October 26, 2013  |  All Things Digital


In case you missed anything, here’s a quick roundup of some of the news that powered AllThingsD this week: OK, deep breath. Everything you need to know about Apple’s iPad-and-MacBook refresh event , held this Tuesday in San Francisco: The company introduced a new, thinner 10-inch iPad ; the iPad Mini got an A7 chip and a “retina” display ; the new MacBook Pro is also thinner (surprised?); Mac OS X Mavericks is free and available to download now (and here’s why that makes sense ); iLife and iWork will be free with new hardware running Mavericks; the new Mac Pro ships in December ; and, finally, Apple is keeping the iPad 2 up for sale because it can . There, that wasn’t so bad, was it? If you prefer pretty pictures to text, though, here’s the event in slideshow form . As expected, the other product events on Tuesday got a bit overshadowed by Apple, but Nokia’s event in Abu Dhabi included three medium-large announcements. The company showed off its first Windows 8 tablet , as well as two new Lumia phablets and a host of upcoming Windows Phone 8 apps, including ( finally! ) Instagram.

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AllThingsD Week In Review: Apple Freshens Up & Pinterest and Snapchat See Dollar Signs


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