The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Apple has been testing out a new, smaller-screened tablet than the iPad and iPad 2 that could be released alongside the iPad 3 in March. The new display reportedly measures 8 inches diagonally, down from the 9.7 inch screen of the current iPad range.
The web is buzzing today over a purported leaked photo of the upcoming iPad 3’s casing. As always with Apple rumours, we suggest you don’t put too much stock in this as it’s currently totally unsubstantiated. However, the images do convey some surprising information, should they turn out to be the real-deal.
The Apple iPad rumour wheel never stops turning and for those of us out here on the rim it can sometimes be difficult to wade through all the dross and find that one relevant and hopefully plausible little gem of potential truth. The iPad 3 is currently expected by many on the web to go on sale in the US sometime around March. So with this possible release date looming closer and closer what can we say we know about the iPad 3?
Amongst the bevy of retina screen/to-the-edge displays/super battery/keyboard/even more outlandish iPad rumours from last season one in particular seemed to be the most wide-spread: the iPad Mini. We thought the rumour had died, due to no other evidence than it inexplicably disappearing from tech blogs and geek forums alike.
Telstra is soon to be offering the popular iPad 2 on a variety of 24 month plans. Starting on the 15th of November, customers will be able to choose a 2 year data plan for either the iPad 2 16GB, 32GB or 64GB with four difference data allowance options: 1GB, 4GB, 8GB and 15GB per month.
There’s a rumour doing the rounds right now that Apple might be releasing a new iPad in time for Christmas. Whether or not this could be the iPad 3 or an upgraded iPad 2 is uncertain, although speculation seems to be favouring the latter of the two options.
Apple finally announced iOS 5 at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and it seems that they’ve actually been listening to their fans. If you’ll remember a while back we posted our iOS 5 wish list and detailed most of our issues with the now iconic mobile operating system (OS) employed by Apple. So you can imagine our surprise and pleasure when we discovered that many of our hopes for the iOS platform had come true.
That’s right, tonight (Friday 25th March) at 5:00pm the Apple store will fling open its doors and do its very best to serve the crowd of Apple fans that are already queuing outside. That’s right, there are some Apple fans that are so keen on the iPad 2 that not only are they already in line, but have been so since Wednesday.
When Steve Jobs himself walked out on to the stage at Apple’s keynote address we knew that we were in for something big. Despite his recent medical complications and self-imposed seclusion, Jobs was still on the scene to help Apple push out its newest toy: the iPad 2.
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