After showing the world the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple once again touches upon the iPad world by showing an even thinner iPad Air 2.

During the Apple presentation, they also gave updates on iOS 8, which will release an update to 8.1 this Monday, and also noted that the Apple Pay function on the new iPhones will begin to be used starting Monday as well.

Got a Mac? You might want to download the OS X Yosemite for free today. And now, back to the iPad Air 2.

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As usual, they made the resolution better, the graphics sharper, made the camera better, you know the story. It also features the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and Apple Pay for shopping.

Also featured within the iPad Air 2 is a new video editing software called, "Replay."

It's also available in the same three colors as iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and they've also added an iPad Mini 3. Orders can be made beginning October 17th, and shipping begins next week.

Apple has also beefed up the displays on the new iMacs. They're calling it '5K retina display' which has about 14.7 million pixels in one display.

I'm waiting for this Apple development team, post Steve Jobs, to come up with something extraordinary. Not really impressed with this year's Apple products.