Mar 13

Many new little pieces of information about the new iPad arrived today. First of all Apple analyst Gene Munster claims Apple will sell more than one million iPads on launch day. He bases his calculations on the iPhone sales. Before the iPhone 4 went on sale, previous generations iPhone sold more than 50 million units all together. And then the iPhone 4 sold more than 1 million on launch day. The iPad 1 en 2 has already sold more than 55 million units, so it’s in line of expectations the new iPad will sell more than 1 million units on launch day.

More tidbits after the break. » Many tidbits about the new iPad: 1 million, iPad as gaming console, more pixels than original Mac, 1GB RAM, first unboxing video

Mar 09


The Verge got their hands on The new iPad at the Apple Event Wednesday. “We have just had our first in-person experience with Apples latest and greatest slate… and it feels good“. They created a video to give us a good impression of The new iPad that will be released on March 16. The video can be seen after the break. » The New iPad Hands-On

Mar 09


The video after the break shows a quick runthrough of the keynote in just 90 seconds. In the keynote Apple announced The new iPad, iOS 5.1, the new Apple TV and iPhoto. You can find the full keynote here. » The New iPad Keynote In 90 Seconds

Mar 08

Yesterday Apple introduced The new iPad and already launched their first TV Ad today. “Introducing the new iPad, with the stunning Retina display. It makes the things you care about look more brilliant than ever before.” The ad tagline: “When a screen becomes this good, it is simply you and the things you care about.”

Mar 08


Apple held an iPad event where they announced The new iPad, iOS 5.1, Apple TV and iPhoto. But that is not all they announced. Apple also confirmed that they would continue selling the iPad 2 and that they decreased the prices of the 16GB Wi-Fi-only iPad 2 to $399 and the Wi-Fi+3G model to $529. Good news for people that are not satisfied with The new iPad specs and decide to order an iPad 2 instead.

Mar 07


Here are some first hands-on impressions of The new iPad from tech blogs.

Slashgear: “It is Resolutionary” Apple says of the new iPad, and we have to agree. We have just grabbed some hands-on time with the new Retina Display iOS 5.1 tablet, and the difference from the iPad 2 – which, remember, stays on sale alongside it – is vast. The pixels in the 2048 x 1536 display are, at regular arm length, completely indistinguishable: it is only when you get up close that you can make them out. » First Hands-On Impressions of The New iPad

Mar 07


Apple has already posted a video from todays special event, where Apple announced The new iPad, New Apple TV, iOS 5.1 and iPhoto. » Video Stream of Todays Apple Event: The new iPad, New Apple TV & More

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