Three Highlights Making iPad 2 Another Success

Posted By Dupont on March 2, 2011
in Product News

Apple Inc. is expected to release iPad 2, its second generation iPad on March 2, and the CEO Steve Jobs may appear on the press conference scheduled to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
iPad 2: March 2, 2011
It has been a hot topic all over the world and the search on Google has increased more than 100% from Feb 5th to Mar 1, which is totally a super Internet explosion.

Most of the people are wondering what’s new in iPad 2? There are lots of such news recently, but the following three might be the most stunning new features of iPad 2.

iPad 2: Front
1. A new camera is added in the front interface. One of the pities of the first iPad is the lack of camera so customers cannot photography or talk visually. If no accident, with the front-facing camera, flat back and a slightly redesigned speaker, the iPad 2 will support the FaceTime face to face video calls function.

2. The iPad 2 is much thinner than iPad. The iPad is about 13.4mm thick according to the official statistics, while iPad 2 might be as thin as 9.3mm, which is quite close to iPhone 4. Apple Inc. is famous for “breaking the limitations of scientific technology”, this time iPad 2 will surely give the world a shock.

iPad 2: Back
3. The most breaking news is that the price of iPad2 is expected to be 10% lower than iPad. Apple Inc. is good at create a strong public interest with high-end market products. The price for iPad is about $500 to $830, while iPad 2 is estimated to be $100 lower, about $399 to $799, which is quite attractive.

Last year, the first iPad had unexpected success in sales, even Apple itself didn’t imagine that. It topped 15 million units by the end of 2010. Apple officials admitted they were very surprised at how fast it went from the early honeymoon period and when it became a runaway hit.

The iPad 2 isn’t even out yet, and there are already rumors about an iPad 3. Some claim this iPad 3 could come out as soon as September. We will never know whether it is true or not until after September. The one thing we are sure is that the coming iPad 2 would fulfill the whole world with its new technologies and lower price.

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