Apple Announces iPad 3 Event on March 7th in San Francisco

Apple Announces iPad 3 Event on March 7th in San Francisco

Get ready – this is it! Apple has announced their upcoming iPad event with a single statement: “We have something you really have to see. And touch.” The event will take place at 10 AM on March 7th in San Francisco.

The Loop reports:

As expected, Apple on Monday announced an event to show off the company’s next generation iPad. The invitation, sent to me by Apple, says the event will take place at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.

The invitation was sent to numerous members of the media, and is set to dispel the many dozens of rumors that have circulated about Apple’s next-generation device over the past several months.

Details surrounding the device remain unclear, but the next iPad is widely expected to feature a faster processor, improved graphics, and a high-resolution Retina display. We’ll be monitoring live updates from the event, and will keep you posted on the latest as soon as we hear it.

Are you excited? I sure am! You can checkout a roundup of rumors and speculation for the iPad 3 in our rumor roundup.

  1. Jenn says:

    Exciting, but I’m more interested in finding out if Apple plans on releasing an iPod Touch that has a larger capacity than 64GB. 🙂

  2. AdieMu says:

    And dont forget no HOME button

    1. Yup. I saw that too. Not sure what to make of it, however.

    2. jsjohnst says:

      Looks to me just like my iPad does when flipped in landscape rather than portrait orientation… Like to just pull things out of thin air?

  3. Josh_J_Ward says:

    “You really have to see”= Retina Display

  4. Demonstr8r says:

    Obviously the iPad 3 will include a higher-res display, but the reference to touch either indicates a haptic display or more likely, an improved oleophobic display. Also, the image has no home button, which could be a clue, or simply a picture of the iPad 3 in landscape orientation.

  5. guest says:

    I wonder what they mean about Touch??? Maybe they will let visitors try it out?

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