Mobile enthusiasts have been eyeing September as the much anticipated launch date for the next iPhone, but a new report from This Is My Next suggests that that’s not all Apple has in store. Steve Jobs and co. may be planning to unveil a new iPad as well.
The iPad 2 was only released this past March, but rumors of an “iPad 3” to be launched later this year have been going around since at least that time. According to the new report, the next iPad will be known as the “iPad HD” and will sport a super hi-res 2048 x 1536-pixel screen. Apple would sell the new iPad along the previous models as a Pro option, similar to the way it sells the MacBook and the MacBook Pro.
September just got even more interesting.
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At last! Just as promised, Apple’s long-awaited Final Cut Pro X is now available on the Mac App Store for just $299.99, meaning keen editors can immediately grab hold of this suite to crack on with some real-time 4K video editing. Of course, this is assuming that you have a 64-bit Mac rig with beastly specs in the first place — check with Apple to make sure that you’re all set to go. Accompanying this major software release are Motion 5 and Compressor 4 kits, both of which will cost you an extra $49.99 each, so make that roughly around $400 for the full monty. Press release after the break, but we guess you folks are already busy trimming clips on that magical Magnetic Timeline, so good luck in next year’s Oscars.