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Apple unveils iPad Mini, new Macs
People wait in line for the iPhone 4 in New York City in 2010: If Apple sells 8 million iPhone 5s by the end of 2012, it would boost GDP by one-third of a percentage point, analysts say.
People wait in line for the iPhone 4 in New York City in 2010: If Apple sells 8 million iPhone 5s by the end of 2012, it would boost GDP by one-third of a percentage point, analysts say.
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fter months of breathless, zealous speculation, Apple pulled the curtains off the long-awaited iPad Mini on Tuesday. The new 7.9-inch tablet starts at $329 and is thinner than a pencil. Also revealed: A new razor-thin iMac, a 13-inch Macbook Pro with Retina display, and a fourth-generation iPad with slightly improved processors and battery life.

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