For past three years, we have been hearing the rumor that Apple would “soon” release a so-called “iPad Mini.” However, over the last six months, the intensity of these rumors picked up pace inside the Apple supply chain.
According to a Chinese publication Apple Daily, a new iPad is to presumably launch by the summer-end. On the basis of what is being said, the new iPad would NOT be the long-rumored 7-inch iPad that many have been waiting for.
According to a new analysis, if Apple releases a smaller, compact and less expensive iPad (nick-named as iPad Mini by rumor-mongers) as this September, the new iteration of the iOS device could be a large success with schools who are under budget constraints. It would also receive a good response from students who are looking…
Here is, the latest contribution to iPad Mini rumors. The Taiwan-based publication Liberty Times recently shared interesting information about the rumored 7.85-inch “iPad Mini.”
Rumors of a smaller iPad priced to compete with the Kindle Fire are back. A new report in iMore has claimed that Apple is targeting an October release date for a 7-inch iPad.
The rumors of iPad mini would not stop. This gadget might be real.
For past few months, there have been various rumors about iPad 3. Some are about hardware, some are about features.
The online sources that were first to report the plans of Apple to hold their iPad 3 event on 7 March 2012 are saying that the announcement will include 4G LTE networking.
With the launch of iPad 3 less than 24 hours away, another rumor has surfaced claiming that Apple has plans to step away from the numerical naming convention with the next iPad and introduce the iPad HD this Wednesday, 7 March 2012.
For some time, there have been reports stating that the new iPad 3 will go on sale at a mark up on the original iPad prices by $70-$80 due to the higher spec.