You can never be updated with the most recent in tech. To do so, you'll need to have extra cash and a really dull life. Apple have always made it hard for us to stay in the know-how with all the recent laptops, tablets, iOS 7 updates etc…  and just a while back Apple went all in as they released even more products including a new software for existing MacBook users.

Let's start off with the new MacBook Pro with the usual 'stronger battery life' and 'faster processor', which we've heard that endlessly but the fact that they released a new laptop gets all Apple users and fanatics on their feet and on the way to the nearest Apple store. There's also a new Mac desktop computer, the Mac Pro, which according to many tech sites is designed for "video and graphics professionals."

The highlights of the event were probably that Apple revealed two new iPads, the iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina display, and claim that it's twice as fast as its predecessor. What is unfortunate though about the latest Apple products are the price-tags. The iPad Air goes for $499 while the iPad with Retina display (hope you don't have to call yours that if you buy one) increased by $70 according to Apple at $399. Shipping is expected to start in November.

We end this Apple chat with OS X Mavericks, the new operating software for Mac computers which is available at the App Store free to download. Hopefully it won't be a hustle to download like iOS 7.

– Adnan Al-Timimi

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