We said before, iPad 3, iPad HD or iPad Epic Pro Super X 4G LTE Touch. Thousands of Apple fans let their jaws hit the floor earlier today when Apple announced “the new iPad.” There was no these name we'd predicted, Just The New iPad. Apple broke the numbering scheme and went back to the basics.
Why? Apple VP of Worldwide Product Marketing Phil Schiller revealed the answer after today’s keynote.
When asked by The Wall Street Journal, Schiller said Apple called it “iPad” because “we don’t want to be predictable.” That’s it.
Theverge is so lucky to have their first hands on the new iPad, they get lots detailed pictures, video, I just can't wait, how people going to feel about the the New iPad's 2048 x 1536 screen, may this post can give us answer, let's check them out:
Update:The New iPad launching on March 16th With Touching Pricing
Apple is launching its new iPad in 10 countries on March 16th and other 26 countries on March 23rd. Thankfully, the prices for the devices have remained the same as the current generation iPads with Wi-Fi only flavors going for $499, $599, and $699 for 16, 32, and 64GB respectively. LTE models will go for $629, $729, and $829 for the same amount of storage space.
Apple has posted the full March 7th iPad Special Event keynote for viewing.
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Take a look below or click here for more information about the new device.
Following its media event that just ended, as promised, Apple has just released its iOS 5.1 update. The most notable features for iOS 5.1 include Siri support for Japanese users, a new camera app for iPad, and a new camera shortcut.
Apple today introduced iPhoto for iPad and iPhone and major updates to iMovie and GarageBand, completing its suite of iLife apps for iOS. iPhoto includes breakthrough Multi-Touch features so you can use simple gestures to sort through hundreds of photos and find your best shots, enhance and retouch your images using fingertip brushes and share stunning photo journals with iCloud.
Apple today introduced the new iPad featuring a stunning new Retina display, Apple's new A5X chip with quad-core graphics and a 5 megapixel iSight camera with advanced optics for capturing amazing photos and 1080p HD video. iPad with Wi-Fi + 4G connects to fast networks worldwide, including AT&T's and Verizon's 4G LTE networks, and still delivers the same all-day 10 hour battery life* while remaining amazingly thin and light. Beginning today, iPad 2 will be offered at an even more affordable price starting at just $399.
The Chronicwire (@chronic) has just pointed out that the iPad 3 will have 1GB of RAM.
It's been in plain sight since the beginning of February when BGR posted their exclusive photos of debug output from an iPad 3 development unit.
The (full) last line in the screenshot below says:
vm_page_bootstrap: 244276 free pages and 8396 wired pages
With some simple math:
244,276 (pages) x 4,000 bytes (size of a page) = 977,104,000 bytes = 977MB
Few days ago MacRumors, which covers all kinds of rumours about Apple, first revealed Apple has chosen March 16th as the launch date for its next generation iPad, and now 9to5Mac claims to verify the saying according to their source.
After months, Apple finally sent out invitations regarding its next generation tablet. The event will take place on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at 10 AM in San Francisco U.S. We prepared a list of iPad 3 Media event time zone for all countries and cities of the world, Check your city now.
CNET says its learned that Apple's next tablet will be called the 'iPad HD'.
A developer who's previously provided reliable information with respect to things Apple and otherwise, tells us the next iPad uses the HD moniker instead of going with "iPad 3."
Last week Gizmodo suggested the name based on server logs and accessory part lists and VentureBeat has also corroborated CNET's report.
So far we know, iPad 3 will have a Retina display, quad-core processor, now a new report claims that the iPad 3 will indeed be LTE capable, according to iMore which leaked the date of iPad 3 event exactly.
Waiting is not too long, are you read to say Hi to iPad 3 in a few days? And Apple is busy making the Yerba Buena Centre look very nice for the upcoming launch, very colorful indeed. Just look at all those banners.Earlier this week, Apple sent invitations to the press for the event they will hold in San Francisco on March 7th, starting at 10 AM PST.
While we’re fairly certain about most of the iPad 3′s features and even its release date, pricing and configuration has remained a bit of a mystery. A purported iPad pricing matrix surfaced on the web earlier this week claiming that the new tablet would be more expensive than its predecessors, but a new report has broken the silence, and the suggested something positive of the pricing.
Although, rumors are talking about there is no home button on iPad 3, however this news may surprise us, M.I.C has gotten their hands on the parts through exclusive sources. And now let's have a good look these parts of uncoming iPad 3:
Apple has officially announced an event on March 7th in San Francisco, reports The Verge.
We just received our invite for Apple's next big event - almost certainly where the announcement of the iPad 3 (or iPad HD, or some other name no one has guessed yet) will take place. The event is being held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10AM PST, on Wednesday, March 7th.
Looking at the image in the invite, it appears that Apple is already giving us a sneak peak at the iPad 3's Retina Display, and where is the home button?