It's amazing what you can design when you free yourself from the limitations of engineering. Aatma Studio's iPad 3 concept isn't what Apple's going to announce on March 7, but it's already looking way more interesting and revolutionary than the real deal.
Rumors surrounding Apple's third-generation tablet release are gaining momentum. Do you plan to purchase the latest iteration? Check out the infographic below for some general iPad user stats and a bit of speculation about the impending announcement.
By now, we're all just waiting for the iPad 3 to officially be announced. With each week, comes more rumors. What's next for the iPad 3? Rumor has it, that Apple's cooking up an 8-megapixel camera on for the iPad 3's rear.
The last piece of the puzzle appears to have been confirmed by The Wall Street Journal. The publication is confidently reporting that AT&T and Verizon will carry the iPad 3 with speedy 4G LTE.
The rumors continue to flood in, as the world patiently waits for Apple to unveil the iPad 3. AllThingsD says the iPad 3 is going to be announced in early March with a release shortly after. Get your camping seats out, it's time to wait in line again!
We're only months away from Apple's annual iPad release and the rumors are coming in hard and fast. This time, supply checks indicate that Apple might split the iPad into two models, the iPad 3 might have double the battery capacity of the iPad 2, along with the rumored Retina Display.
Just in time for anyone who did a bit of early shopping and picked up the iPad 2, a new rumor has surfaced regarding the next generation of the device, and it may be coming sooner than you think.
Apple is expected to have a third-generation iPad ready for release in the spring of 2012, and new rumors out of Asia suggest that we'll see a new LED-backlit screen with Retina Display resolutions.
One of the iPad 2's biggest selling points is how much thinner it is than the original iPad. But according to new reports, the battery that'll be in the iPad 3 will be even lighter and thinner than its predecessors, allowing for an even thinner device.
Looks like those rumors of an iPad 3 coming out this fall were, unsurprisingly, not accurate: reports have Apple's next-gen tablet going into production starting this October as prep for an early 2012 release.