Apple has released their two new iPads - iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 at their October 16 event.
Deemed the "world's thinnest tablet," the iPad Air 2 is now 6.1mm, 18% thinner than before and has a laminated screen and a 10 hour battery life.
The iPad uses the A8X chip and is equipped with an 8 MP iSight camera with 1080p video recording, slow motion, burst photos and Timelapse.
The front camera has better face detection, HDR photos and video capturing. The iPad is also equipped with Apple’sTouch ID sensor and 802.11AC Wi-Fi.
The other iPad launched is 7.9-inch and uses the A7 chip. The iPad mini 3 does not have as many upgrades, but still features a 5 MP iSight camera, 802.11AC with MIMO for Wi-Fi connectivity and Touch ID.
The iPad Air 2 will cost $499 USD for the 16GB Wi-Fi model, $599 for 64GB, and $699 for 128GB and the iPad mini 3 will cost $399 for 16GB, $499 for 64GB, and $599 for 128GB.
It will cost you $130 more cellular connectivity and you can pick from a Gold finish, Silver and Space Gray for color options.