Today, Apple introduced the third version of its much-hyped tablet. The new iPad features an A5X chip that allows better graphics, Bloomberg says, as well as a 9.7 inch screen with more pixels. The iPad will also operate on a high-speed 4G “LTE” or Long-Term Evolution network, Reuters says. Prices for the new iPad start at $499 while 4G is $629. The tablet is available on March 16.
But one thing it doesn’t have, at this point, is a name (although Felix Salmon points out that the tablet does now have a definite article, i.e. theiPad).
UPDATE: Apple, apparently, is calling the new iPad just “iPad.” According to Business Insider, they’re doing this because they don’t want to be predictable. We’re confused.
So we still want to know:
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