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Possible Apple iPad 3 announcement in March

9 February 2012 by
Apple could be announcing the next generation iPad 3 tablet as early as next month

Possible Apple iPad 3 announcement in March

Even though some believe the iPad 2 is as good as it gets, there is always room for improvements. We all know that Apple has been working on a new iPad tablet. The iPhone has been relaunched and reborn again and again, and this has been done at almost fixed yearly intervals. We do not have enough iPad editions to figure out a pattern for the release dates. The first iPad was introduced in January 2010 and the iPad 2 in March 2011. Only two iPad's has been released so far, so we can't trust that the announcement will be exactly one year after previous version. But it is a good qualified guess to say that next month will be a nice time to announce the iPad 3.

AllThingsD's sources says Apple will hold an event in early March in San Francisco and probably announce the iPad 3. The rumoured iPad specifications is that the tablet has a similar form as the iPad 2. Higher screen resolution and faster processor are two of the main improvements with the new tablet.

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masseur8 years ago
tech radar's iPad 3 rumour roundup
c|net's iPad 3 rumour roundup
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julias8 years ago
If its that render then i'm in.
masseur8 years ago
you bet! but then apparantly I'm an Apple drone so I'll be getting whatever it is
This is not really an iPad 3 story, but the iPad 2 topic is nearly a year old and so I thought it was good to post here as a sign of how the iPad changes peoples lives and ways of doing things. I wonder if (and hope that) there are similar stories from Android pads?
My Jetsons moment: Three iPads and a sick daughter
Bonovox8 years ago
Is the screen gonna be 3D??
masseur8 years ago
of course not
Bonovox8 years ago
Sorry,it's when I seen that middle shot

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