What was all the Apple fuss about last week? I’ll keep it quick. Beta and release candidates are a thing of the past as OSX Yosemite is ready for prime time. Just make sure you know what you’re doing before you make the jump. Speaking of making the jump, iOS 8 adopting is at about 50%, so moving along, but not as quickly as Apple would like, I’m sure.

Not much to tell about the iWatch just yet, but things are really heating up with Apple Pay. Major US bank support will do that!

Let’s talk about hardware, shall we? The new Mac Mini is on the move starting at $499. Latest processors, ports and all packed into a small package. The latest iMac with Retina 5K display – 5120×2800 on a 27-inch screen. That little number is going to cost you $2,500.

Mobile is what you really want to hear about though. The iPad Mini 3 has arrived. Improved LTE and Touch ID are welcome additions in 3 size options ranging from 16GB to 128GB. The older models will see an attractive price break as well. The original mini is only $249 now!

Finally, the iPad Air 2 is the ultimate upgrade. Slimmed down to 6.1mm and sporting a new 8mp camera, the A8X-equipped device can handle a whole lot more than it’s predecessor. Prices range from $499 to $699 and expect to add another $130 on top for LTE. Click below for more details.

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