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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

iPad 3 launched before Christmas

/ On : 6:57 AM/
ShoutBloger: Apple reportedly plans to launch a new flagship tablet, Apple iPad 3 before the end of this year with a dramatic improvement in screen resolution, According to a report it said they would also launch a new product on the MacBook Air this month.

As quoted from metro.co.uk, according to sources in the industry, the iPad 3 is scheduled to be launched in the fourth quarter of 2011 which means it will be launched during busy Christmas market.

Based on the newspaper which has a sufficient record with predictions reportedly Apple iPad 3 will have a screen resolution of 2560 x 1920 pixels, which means six times the number of pixels on the screen iPad 2 today, and will make it resemble the features of the iPad 3 "Retina Display" like the one on the iPhone.

This is not the first time rumors Apple will launch the new iPad second model in 2011 revealed-before iPad is launched, several veteran observers have speculated that Apple products Apple will launch the iPad 3 before the end of this year, in order to keep one step ahead of the competition and move the iPad in the launch schedule is better placed to benefit from the bustle of shopping during the holidays.

Reportedly still in the secrets with an annual schedule that they keep secret so far. Reasonable potential to be great additions to the resolution of the screen also seems a bit longer overtaken though not completely ruled out.

What sounds would be more like other parts of the report, which acknowledged that Apple will launch an updated version of the product Macbook Air Ultra portable notebooks in this month's newest.

Relationship with previous reports that Apple will update the macbook line of water in this month, will reportedly add a sandy bridge Intel platform more resilient, and will also include a connection option "Thunderbolt" for the new high speed data transfer.

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