Apple revealed its revamped iPad line today, which includes the brand new iPad Air and a higher resolution iPad mini.
The iPad Air weighs in at just one pound, and this new sleeker model replaces the iPad. The 9.7-inch retina-display tablet should be more comfortable to hold, said Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of global marketing.
The smaller iPad mini has been updated to include a retina display for an extra cost. It will be available in both silver and white, and space gray and black.
The Air will be priced at $499, and the new iPad Mini and will be more than the previous generation at $399. Both will be available on Nov. 1. Apple is also keeping the iPad 2 and the previous generation iPad Mini on the market for $299 each.
The market for tablets is quickly heating up. Apple, Nokia and Microsoft all introduced new tablets or upgrades to existing ones today.
Apple executives also talked about the company's new desktop operating system.
Apple is also offering up its latest operating system at no charge for most users. Mavericks will be available starting today.
Apple is also unveiling new MacBook laptops. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro is 3.46 pounds and 0.71 inches thick. The computer starts at $1,299, and will be available to ship Tuesday.