Rumors regarding whether or not the iPad 3 will include a Retina display have now been put to rest. MacRumors has confirmed that the iPad 3 will indeed feature a 2048 x 1536 Retina display.
If you’re planning on buying the new iPad 3 once it’s announced, you might be wondering what to do with your old iPad. There are many ways to deal with an iPad that you no longer need. Here are a few of our ideas.
A Chinese court has sided with Apple in the ongoing patent dispute over the iPad trademark in that country, with Apple stating that they purchased the rights several years ago, and that Proview refuses to honor the agreement.
Asymco analyst Horace Dediu has noticed a very shocking yet fascinating statistic – Apple sold more iOS devices in 2011 (156 million) than they’ve sold Macs in their entire history (122 million)!
If you keep your iPhone or iPad near your bed, you might as well have a stylish place to put it. And why not add agreat set of speakers and some useful apps to tie the whole experience together? Enter the iHome iD28.
Apple’s iPad 2 has been removed from Amazon China, likely over the recent trademark dispute from Proview Technology. The exact reasons for the removal, however, have yet to be determined.
Apple reportedly ordered a whopping 65 million iPad 3 Retina displays for their initial supply of the tablets, building up a strong stock for launch day and initial sales.
Taiwanese company Proview Electronics wants to put a ban on both iPad imports and exports. The company is already petitioning Chinese customs to stop shipments of iPads.
Support for LTE has been one of the lingering questions regarding the iPad 3, but a new report seemingly confirms that the iPad 3 will indeed feature 4G LTE, and will be available from AT&T and Verizon in the U.S.
New rumors have emerged claiming that Apple is a testing a smaller iPad with an 8-inch display, likely in addition to the the 9.7-inch display currently found on the iPad 2.
Apple is reportedly planning to hold their highly anticipated iPad 3 announcement on Wednesday, March 7th. The device will reportedly feature a Retina display and a quad-core processor, as well as possible LTE support.
3G models of the iPad 2 are in short supply – a strong sign that the iPad 3 is almost here. However, only the 3G models are constrained, raising questions of what Apple may have in store for the iPad 2.
Regional big-box retailer Meijer has slashed their prices on the iPad 2, and is now offering the 16GB Wi-Fi model for just $429, and some Target stores are offering a $75 discount on all iPad 2 models.
iPads are reportedly being removed from shelves in China due to a trademark dispute between Apple and ProView, who claims to have owned the “iPad” trademark in China since 2001.
iLab Factory has now posted images of a rear shell and dock connector for the iPad 3, which all fit together perfectly, making it much more likely that the leaked iPad 3 parts are genuine.
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