It seems that nothing can defeat Apple. The total number of iPads sold for 2012 may approach, or possibly even top, 70 million units.
Samsung and Amazon may have a heart burn. In the world of tablet computers, the iPad is legitimately a dominant force in the industry of tablets and it is a brilliant success for Apple by all accounts.
Apple’s iPad selection page for Asia has revealed the new lucky nations that would witness the launch of the New iPad.
The new iPad will be launched in 30 more countries this weekend on 11 May and 12 May 2012.
The latest report from CNET highlights some interesting comments made by DisplayMate‘s CEO Raymond Soneira. The company is in the video diagnostics business. It calibrates and tests displays for manufacturers.
Last week, it was reported that the new iPad (also known as iPad 3) would be launched in 21 countries by April end. However, last weekend, in a surprise movie to many, the New iPad was successfully launched in 12 countries.
Yesterday, Apple officially announced two more rounds of launches for the new iPad, with the first round coming on Friday, 20 April 2012, including twelve markets led by South Korea.
Today, every person who is fascinated with Apple products wants to own a New iPad because of all the hype, it is the talk of the town despite all the negative publicity that it is receiving.
Earlier this week, we reported that the New iPad would be launched in 24 countries on Friday, 23 March 2012. If you live in one of these countries and your local time is past 8 AM, you can buy new iPad. In some countries, 23 March is still few hours away.
Apple’s new tablet (or New iPad) has been an overwhelming success so far. Success brings desire for more success.