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Apple new iPads with new strategy
  • Apple is reportedly set to release two new iPad models instead of one and along with the iPad 2, the company plans to cover all the tablet PC segments from entry-level to high-end.

    Last update: Tuesday 3 January 2012 [4 news items]

Digitimes Research: iPad pricing to change tablet game

Jan 3, 10:22

Market watchers have mostly expected Apple to follow its traditional pricing strategy for its next-generation tablet device, which is likely to start from US$499 with the present...

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Supply chain players see dropping iPad 2 orders

Dec 29, 15:48

Although Apple is reportedly set to use its iPad 2 to compete in the entry-level tablet PC market against Amazon's Kindle Fire when its next-generation iPads hit the market in March...

Apple to increase battery capacity of upcoming high-end version of new iPad, say sources

Dec 29, 10:53

The battery capacity for the high-end version of Apple's new iPad - due to be unveiled in January 2012 - will be increased to 14,000mAH compared to 6,500mAH used currently, according...

Apple to unveil two versions of next-generation iPad in January, sources claim

Dec 29, 10:41

Apple is set to unveil its next-generation iPad - which will come in two versions - at the iWorld scheduled for January 26, 2012, according to sources at its supply chain partners...

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