By this time next week, this space will be taken over with iPad 2 news and reviews, but we've got rumors, oh yes, we've got rumors. Plus, a whole bunch of other cool stuff in the mix. Are you excited for Thunderbolt? Just the idea of that kind of speed makes us want to upgrade. How about you?
If you’ve been following the iPad 2 rumors the last couple of months and are drooling in anticipation of what Apple might be announcing on Wednesday, March 2 -- well, let’s just say you might want to temper those expectations, if rumors are to be believed.
Bookmark our page for March 2. At 10:00 a.m. PST/ 1:00 p.m. EST we'll be live blogging the iPad 2 straight from the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. We'll have an interactive live blog where we'll be taking your questions, posting your comments, publishing photos of the (hopefully) new iPad 2 and giving you a play-by-play of the morning's events.
After the liveblog, join us for complete coverage of Apple's new tablet device. We'll give you the skinny on the specs, performance, UI and anything else Apple will let us get our hands on. Stay tuned!
Invitations have been sent out for Apple's March 2 iPad event. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 10:00 a.m.--the same venue where Apple's announced plenty of other products in the past. Stay tuned to Maclife.com for complete coverage.
Although Apple has yet to send invitations, a new report claims that the iPad 2 will be officially announced at a media event held in San Francisco on Wednesday, March 2, just a bit more than a week away.
As we creep up on the one year anniversary of the release of the original iPad, the online rumors and speculation surrounding what Apple might be baking into the next iteration of the tablet are running wild. Will it have a front facing camera? A slot for SD media? How about built-in compatibility for GSM and CDMA networks? All of these tidbits and more have been suggested. This morning, we'd like to toss another suggestion into the ring of iPad 2 possibilities: The ability to connect to Macs using Light Peak technology.
While this may not come as much of a surprise, given that we're well underway into February, but according to The Wall Street Journal, Apple has begun to manufacture the latest and greatest iPad, that sources are saying should contain a built-in camera as well as a faster processor. The new tablet should also be thinner and lighter than the first edition.
Although the screen resolution of the next iPad continues to be the subject of much debate, a new batch of photos from a Chinese repair shop appear to show that the iPad 2 display will, at the very least, be thinner and lighter than the original model.
Everybody’s talking about the iPad 2, which also means that everybody and their brother has an opinion on what Apple will bring to the table for the tablet sequel -- assuming, of course, you have a brother and they’re at least a little tech-savvy. We decided to toss our hat into the speculation ring as well, so read on!