In addition to Apple Retail Stores, Apple has announced that their new iPad will also be available at a variety of other retailers on Friday morning, including Best Buy, Radio Shack, Sam’s Club, Target, and Walmart in the U.S.
If you already have your new iPad on pre-order from Apple or plan on standing in line on Friday, you’ll need something to protect it once it arrives! We’ve rounded up 12 great lines of cases and protectors for your new device.
Now that launch day preorders of the new iPad are completely sold out, the only way those who didn’t pre-order will be able to get their hands on one tomorrow is to patiently wait in line at the official launch. Here are a few pointers for surviving launch day.
Vietnamese website Tinhte.vn has now posted the first native screenshots from the new iPad, as well as the first hands-on photos from the 5 megapixel iSight camera.
Apple Stores won’t be the only places to host the new iPad launch on Friday. Verizon and AT&T have both confirmed through their websites that they will be offering 4G models of the new iPad on launch day as well.
A Samsung executive speaking to the Korea Times claims that Apple will be building a smaller version of the iPad for release by the end of the year.
Executives from Epic Games and Electronic Arts sound off on how Apple’s iOS devices are impacting the gaming industry, and may even replace traditional gaming consoles.
Apple is updating their website to look even better on the new iPad’s Retina display ahead of Friday’s launch, and you can see the new images for yourself to see just how they compare to Apple’s standard website graphics. The difference is pretty remarkable.
When you get your new iPad on Friday, there are a lot of things you could try out right away to put it to the test. Just don’t give it to the German guy in this crazy video. I wince a little bit just watching!
The new iPad will officially go on sale in Apple Stores at 8:00AM on Friday morning, but which new iPad will you choose? Let us know by choosing your color, capacity, and wireless options in our poll!
The new iPad’s Retina display is the most incredible display ever put in a consumer product. But just how far have we come? As Gizmodo notes, a single Retina iPad icon has more pixels than the entire screen on the original Mac!
Apple’s iOS devices have been taking the enterprise market by the horns recently, and according to a new study by ChangeWave, that’s not about to change.
Despite a stack of lawsuits between Samsung and Apple that seems to grow by the day, Samsung is the lone display supplier for Apple’s new iPad that goes on sale March 16th.
A leaked image of an Apple retail poster confirms that the new iPad will officially go one sale at 8AM on Friday morning (two hours early), as is fairly typical for Apple’s new product launches.
Vietnamese website Tinhte.vn has benchmarked the new iPad using Geekbench for iOS, revealing a 1GHz processor and a full gig of RAM, as well as a Geekbench score of 756.
Some Vietnamese bloggers from Tinhte.vn have gotten their hands on Apple’s new device before everyone else, and have made a review/unboxing video