Apple iPad 3 to be launched officially tomorrow

By Rahul Ramesh

Apple iPad 3 to be launched officially tomorrow
The most expected gadget launch is taking place tomorrow. Yes, the Apple iPad 3 is finally going to come out of the bag. This tablet computer has hit the headlines for all the right reasons. The eagerness & anticipation of the people will finally culminate in less than 24 hrs.


There were a lot of rumors doing the rounds even before Apple began working on the iPad 3 design. Following the success of the iPad 2, the users themselves stated that there is going to be an iPad 3. Finally this has come true. As for the features, there were endless speculations. But now all these have been put to rest. Apple has given the iPad 3 a quad core implementation which is a first for Apple as well. Due to the quad core nature, the processing of the iPad 3 is also going to be naturally faster.

In addition to these, there are also various built-in apps that are sure to make both your computing as well as your life easier. A high-resolution display also adds to the feature-filled nature of the tablet. But one feature that is still rumored is the retina display. Some industry insiders have stated that there is indeed a retina display in the gadget. While various other experts still debate the presence of the retina.

The launch event will be held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at San Francisco, USA at 10 AM on March 7. This time Apple will not have the legendary Steve Jobs with them. Steve Jobs was full of energy during Apple's previous product launches. But this time the digital world will surely miss the great personality.

Thus, the iPad 3 as experts believe is all set to come out & take the world by storm. Do reply with your opinion in our comment section below.

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