First Orders of New iPad Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini Begin Deliver To Users

Due to the time zone, users in Australia and New Zealand are always the first get the new products that Apple sells on launch day, which this time is the new iPad Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini. Since there are no Apple stores in New Zealand, Australian users can get products faster because they can go to the retail stores. As time flies, North America users will get it at 8:00 AM EST.

According to Apple website, the iPad Pro orders went out quickly after it was announced, large due to the fact that it got redesigned; slim bezels and nearly edge-to-edge LCD Liquid Retina display. Also, it is the most powerful tablet ever, A12X processor offers up to 35% in performance and 90% in graphic improvements, as it also featured with USB-C port, Face ID, Apple Pencil with wireless charging, as well as the ability to charge an iPhone.

As for Mac Mini, it comes in a space gray Finish, 4 or 6-Core Intel i3 processor, up To 64GB RAM, it has a maximum of 2TB storage, delivers speed of up to five times faster than previous Mac minis and 4 times faster than the previous Mac mini in SSD. Mac mini also includes 4 USB-C ports, plus the T2 chip features an SSD controller with on-the-fly data encryption.

Finally, the 2018 MacBook Air, which every part of it has been redesigned and reengineered. The laptop featured with new Retina display that provides up to 4X of increases in resolution. It also supports Touch ID fingerprinting and is equipped with a T2 security chip. Furthermore, there is a new third-generation butterfly keyboard, a Force Touch trackpad, and new Stereo Speakers.

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