Wed. Jul 6th, 2022

iPad 3 Launch In March, A “Strange” Event in February

While following up the last reported rumors regarding the announcement and launch of the iPad 3 in the month of February somewhere, the Japanese blog Macotakara again updated their report with a new claim. The blog claims that Apple would hold a media event in February somewhere in next two weeks, but the event will not be related to the launch or announcement of any device. The rumored event is said to be a “strange” or unusual event rather than the usual product announcement event:

I reported that Apple was going to hold Special Event in early February according to Asian supplier and source from united states, but this report told a half-side of truth. Apple will hold “Strange” event at February instead of Special Event.

The original report from the source regarding their claims says that Apple will announce iPad 3 in February maybe on Steve Jobs birthday, and will finally launch the product in March like iPad 2 launch last year. But the original claims was challenged by many sources around the niche, because the blog has had a mixed track of record in the past regarding the leak information about the future product launches.

However, now the source has claimed that iPad 3 will be announce and launch will be both take places in March 2012. The media personalities around the globe had just contacted the author of the new update to clear its sources approach to claim on their rumor, but the author didn’t give out any information instead confirms the blog regarding the event date. Apple is rumored to power up the iPad 3 with 4G LTE Network along with dual baseband Qualcomm chip just like iPhone 4S, and for the moment, they will also gear it up with Retina Display with dual back-lid in the hood of the device.

iPad 3 is rumored to carry the Quad-core A6 processor from chip, along with all these specifications. The latest report from other sources claimed that the device would be quite faster than all devices, as it carries the next-generation Quad-Core A6 processor.