It looks like Apple got Samsung’s attention with the announcement of the new iPad, as the company’s PR folks quickly slapped together a skewed comparison of their upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1 versus Apple’s new iPad.
If you’re still planning to pre-order the new iPad, now would be a good time. Shipping times are beginning to slip in countries across the world, and will likely continue to do so.
We’ve gotten word from a number of readers (and other sources) that their new iPad pre-orders have already begun shipping from China for delivery on Friday.
During the new iPad announcement on Wednesday, Apple announced it would drop the price of the Wi-Fi only 16GB iPad 2 to $399. It was assumed the price drop would take effect on March 16th, the new iPad’s launch date.
@twittercomms has published a graph of iPad-related Twitter activity during Apple’s keynote on Wednesday. The peak moments were when Apple announced the price and next generation wireless.
Shortly after yesterday’s iPad event was over, Apple invited many members of the press present at the event to spend some time with the new device. Here are some of the first hands-on impressions of the new iPad.
Did you miss yesterday’s big iPad keynote? Not everyone has the time to watch the entire hour-and-a-half long presentation. Luckily for you, CultofMac has condensed all the important bits into a single 90 second video!
Now that Apple’s new iPad has officially been announced, those wishing to upgrade may be wondering exactly which device will best suit their needs. We take a look at the various options in the hope of helping you decide.
The new iPad’s battery has over 70% more capacity than its predecessor in order to maintain the ten hour battery life and is by far the largest component on the inside, taking up almost all the space.
As is typical after practically any Apple announcement, many have already come forth to express their disappointment over the new iPad. In my opinion, the new iPad is anything but disappointing, and here are a few reasons why.
AT&T and Verizon have announced via Twitter that they will not support the hotspot feature in the iPad 4G, while other carrier partners have yet to respond.
Why you can still benefit from having a 4G enabled iPad in Europe, even when the carriers are not yet supporting it.
Apple has posted the first ever television ad for the new iPad, which will hit the shelves on March 16th. The ad especially emphasizes the Retina display, showing just how great Apple’s fancy new display can really look.
Whether you are just replacing your original iPad, or perhaps are even excitedly about to purchase your first iPad, We’ve got the details you need to help you decide where and how to purchase your new iPad.
Apple has just lowered the price of their refurbished iPad 2s, which now start at just $349 for a 16GB WiFi model – $50 less than the newly lowered $399 pricing for a brand new device, and $70 less than they were just 24 hours ago.
Just as expected, demand for the new iPad appears to be strong. Apple’s pre-order page now lists both the white 16GB and 64 GB AT&T LTE models as having a delivery date of March 19th.