Apple Likely to Introduce New iPad at March 2 Event
By Brian X. Chen February 23, 2011
Apple is likely to introduce a new iPad at a San Francisco press conference scheduled for next Wednesday, March 2, 2011.
The company this morning sent e-mail invitations to members of the press with a not-so-subtle image of a calendar entry peeled back to reveal the corner of an iPad screen.
The event comes at the correct timing, as Apple’s original iPad was released April of 2010, and Apple’s mobile products typically get refreshed after one year. The event date puts to rest rumors that the iPad would be “delayed” until summer. (Never mind that it’s impossible to delay an unannounced product.)
Apple has not officially commented on details about the iPad 2, but some credible publications claim the tablet will have front- and rear-facing cameras, a thinner body and a more powerful graphics processor.
Wired.com will provide news coverage from the event, which kicks off 10 a.m. on March 2. Stay tuned.
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