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Apple 'likely' to launch iPad3 in March first week
As reports from AllThingsD suggest, one of the most awaited gadgets of the year, iPad3, will be introduced in March at an event in San Francisco.

IT WOULD probably be for the first time that Apple would be launching their new edition of iPad and Steve Jobs would not be present during its introduction due to his death, which took place on October 5, 2011. Apple is most likely going to unveil their iPad3 in the first week of March at an event in San Francisco, reported AllThingsD.


Though the exact date for its availability in the market is still not known, but it is expected to be available for its consumers one week after the official launch. As it is the newer version of the iPad, so there are bound to be some changes over iPad 2, which was a good hit last year. It has also been reported that there might not be wholesome changes, but it might include a faster chip, improved graphics and a higher resolution screen too. iPad2 had a resolution size of 1024-by-768 pixels. The newer iPad 3 is expected to produce greater pictures due to the higher resolution.

As reported by appleisnider.com, the process of launch is in its final phase, as the company is  also preparing for stage demonstrations along with television commercials. These are strong indications that Apple is gearing up for the launch.

It is after the success of iPad2 that the company has lined up this new edition for the consumers. Hence, many people around the world would be very eager to lay their hands on the new iPad3. Gadget lovers will be looking to add this new iPad to their collection of gadgets.  
 


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