Just when you thought you might not make it another day, or be able to see another pumpkin, Friday is here! Welcome back. Between finalizing Halloween plans and costumes, the folks at Apple launched yet another new product: the iPad Mini! Yes, they are much smaller than the iPads we’ve known, but just because they are small enough to fit in a trick-or-treat bag doesn’t mean that your neighbors will be handing them out. Pity. Before you are off to gathering candy, take a moment to find out what the newest member of the Apple mobile device family is all about.
Apple shrinks into the iPad mini If you missed the live announcement of the newest iPad, check out this article with CNET’s take on this newest addition as well as 40 pictures of the 4th generation iPad.
iPad Mini vs. the new (and newer) iPad: what’s different? We’ve all known that iPad prototypes of every shape and size reside inside Apple’s design lab, but few of us believed we’d ever see one on store shelves. Now that Tim Cook and chums have whipped the covers from the iPad Mini, it’s time to delve inside!
Apple’s Rationale for a Smaller iPad After Steve Jobs The newest iPad release by Apple this week is certainly smaller than its predecessors, which leads some to ask the question: Why? Check out this post in the Digits section of the Wall Street Journal to get comments directly from commander-in-chief Tim Cook.
At Bomgar, Elizabeth is responsible for building Bomgar’s brand awareness through public relations, media relations and social media. She works directly with Bomgar’s PR agencies in the US and UK to develop thought-leadership and industry specific content to expand Bomgar’s digital footprint and communicate key company/product messages. Elizabeth also manages the blog, social media and webinar channels for Bomgar, compiling compelling and relevant content to post daily, weekly and monthly. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Lee University, and has been with Bomgar since September 2009.
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