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garyopa
02-29-2012, 09:17 AM
March 7th day at Yerba Buena Center confirmed

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Now it's official. The next iPad and possibly more exciting things will be introduced on March 7th

Apple fans, be happy! After a lot of speculation and rumors, almost confirmed specs and dates and much more we finally get the real thing, that is Apple sending official invitations to a new keynote in San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center on March 7th. The new iPad will be introduced there and for sure we have more things to be amusing of.

Note that the photo that illustrates the invitations is not showing any Home button in the iPad despite it is in portrait orientation.

According to The Verge:



Yes, it's finally, really happened. We just received our invite for Apple's next big event

almost certainly where the announcement of the iPad 3 (or iPad HD, or some other name no one has guessed yet) will take place. The event is being held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10AM PST, on Wednesday, March 7th, and the Verge team will be there covering the news live as it happens. Until then, let your imagination run wild about the next iteration of the world's most popular tablet!

As you can see in the image above, that's no regular iPad display. It appears to be a higher resolution than the iPad or iPad 2. Also, the casing of the product pictured looks darker than current iPad models. It's hard to say if that's a trick of lighting or not.


So, we want you sticked to your computers that day! We are going to do it for sure!

NEWS SOURCE: Apple iPad 3 event March 7th official (via) TheVerge (http://www.theverge.com/2012/2/28/2829143/apple-ipad-3-event-march-7th-official)

Our thanks to 'Kaos2K' for this news update!

JonathanD
03-01-2012, 03:41 PM
I'm waiting for iPad 9 I hear the screen resolution is so high you can take a picture of something and use the iPad as a slide under a microscope or just pinch and zoom in to see your own DNA!