While the iPad 3 is expected to be debut in the market by the first week of March, on an event hosted by Apple in near feature to announce the newer generation device. We are getting close to the device details day by day, and retailers are also moving quickly to get their shelves free to welcome the next-generation iPad 3 on their stores. Best Buy has reportedly slashed the price of the iPad 2 by $50 today, Best Buy has dropped the price of iPad 2 all models on its store, and now the 16GB Wi-Fi version of the iPad 2 is now priced at $449.99, and on other sides the most expensive 64GB Wi-Fi + 3G iPad 2 is priced at $779.99.

However, last week we have already warned our loyal users to sell their iPad 2 models before such price slash in the market, and now after a week. Retailers are now reportedly separately about their upcoming price slash on iPad 2 models. But what do you think, is the iPad 2 still worth or not? The iPad 3 is already rumored to be scoring the market with interesting new features like Retina Display, larger batteries, and advanced camera lens.

Many different sources have already reported and much agreed with the report of iPad 3 arrivals in the first week of March. If the iPad 3 is really about to come in the first week of March, then the device is just a matter of weeks away from us. Apple is also rumored to be sporting two new models of iPad this year in the market; one is said to be focusing on the lower-end users, and the second is said to be for the rich users with A6-quad core processor.

Some internal sources have already told the publishers that the iPad 3 units are already ready to be delivered from China to the United States, and the first delivery of the iPad 3 units will begin from the March 9th.