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  • March 2 Event Rumor Roundup


    Engadget is reporting that some of the features that have been previously thought to make it to the iPad 2 won't be seen at Apple's media Event, held on March 2, at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.

    Going against earlier rumors, Engadget states that the next generation iPad will not support a high resolution display, something that we expected. Also omitted from the final design of the iPad 2, an SD slot. If you've been keeping up with the rumor mill, you probably already knew those two features are unlikely.

    Other features that Engadget is reporting seem more likely. Those include upgraded RAM (most likely 512 MB), a thinner design with the same exact screen size, and we'll most likely see the next generation proprietary Apple chip, the A5 processor. They also expect front-facing and rear cameras.

    As far as other things we might hear about March 2nd, we'll most likely see what's in store for the future of MobileMe, now that it has mysteriously gone missing. Engadget also suspects that we'll see an introduction to iOS 5.

    We'll update you all as the event gets closer, we're less than a week away!

    Source:
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    This article was originally published in forum thread: March 2 Event Rumor Roundup started by Matt Savoca View original post
    Comments 23 Comments
    1. ShaverZBT's Avatar
      ShaverZBT -
      Regardless if it's the intro to iPad 2 or 4.3...I'm looking forward to the spectacle.
    1. RICO_'s Avatar
      RICO_ -
      Lol@ everyone who thought iPad 2 would have a high-res display. You have way to much faith in Apple.
    1. EskimoRuler's Avatar
      EskimoRuler -
      Quote Originally Posted by Dayvidpriddy View Post
      Yea what exactly am I missing out on again? It's an oversized iPhone that actually lets you read text more easier, same apps for both devices for the most part and it's not a real computer (you can't install regular computer software on it) and it does nearly nothing that my notebook does...what exactly is one missing again by not owning an iPad? All of these "pads" are a waste of money...I mean how do you even type on a glass screen where you can't physically feel the keys (and I'm not talking text messages or quick 1 liner E-Mails either!?) God help someone writing a term paper on one...

      NO THANKS, I think I'll stick to the real computer! My 17.3" 1080p notebook...the one that long played photos and videos before the iPad and the one that does everything else the iPad can't and will probably never be able to do lol...

      Seriously folks, stop wasting your money on junk!...if you have a notebook you already have an iPad and that goes for any of the other copy cats out there.
      dont hate man, the ipad is the perfect device if you have the money, its not the needed item. i have an iphone ipad and macbook. the app are not the same at all. ipad apps are much more capable than iphone apps. yea some aren't ported over but its mostly misc apps. yea i agree its not a real computer, but then again no said its supposed to be. And go into an Apple store and type on the ipad, its great, learn where the alpha keys are at and youll notice its the same on the ipad