For a preview of some cases that should work with the next iPad, you can always have a look at our roundup of iPad 2 cases below. The launch of the new iPad will also bring a slew of new accessory announcements, many of which may not actually be so new. In preparation for Wednesday's launch of Apple's next-generation iPad, CNET's been contacted by a few accessory manufacturers gearing up to release "new" products that will work with the iPad 3--or whatever it's called. Those quotation marks around "new" are there because it appears that while all the new accessories announced out of the gate will be billed as iPad 3 accessories, they'll also work just fine with the iPad 2.
Toshiba has shown off two new tablet concepts -- a 7.7-inch slate and, more excitingly, a whopping 13.3-inch monster, case for apple iphone 7 plus - pink Sadly, neither are due to see the light of day any time soon, but it didn't stop me getting a hands-on, First up, the big guy, If your first thought was 13 inches seems a little large for a tablet, you'd be absolutely right, Have a medal, Make no mistake, this thing is huge, Sitting in my hand, I was more tempted to balance cocktails on it and serve the other journalists at the Toshiba event than I was to swipe around the screen..
So what is such a massive slate for? Toshiba reckons it's an ideal media device. Rather than carry it around in your bag all day, you'd leave this chap at home, next to your sofa, ready for you to pick up and chill with whatever movies you've stored on-board. It would work just as well with BBC iPlayer, YouTube or for playing games like Angry Birds, but is big enough to feel genuinely sorry for those poor pigs. Sadly, the tablet was non-functioning and there was no mention of what specs we'd likely see inside, so basically, Toshiba was showing off a big piece of glass. Still, it's a fun idea.
There was a little more to see on its smaller brother though, At 7.7 inches, it's hardly a wild concept, as we've already got 7-inch slates from the likes of Samsung, among others, and might even be getting one from Apple at this week's iPad launch event, Being so much smaller, it's somewhat easier to fit into your hand, so you're much more likely to be carrying this guy around with you, It uses an AMOLED screen which looked extremely bright and vivid in my brief hands-on, although Toshiba wasn't at all forthcoming on the resolution, or indeed any other specs, It's running Android case for apple iphone 7 plus - pink 3.2 Honeycomb for now, but we may well be seeing all tablets running Key Lime Pie before it shows its face in the shops..
It will, of course--even if it doesn't use that name. We now know that Apple is unveiling its next iPad in San Francisco on Wednesday, March 7. But until then, it's open season on iPad 3 rumors. In this ongoing blog post, we'll be collecting the best, most interesting rumors and predictions for the next Apple tablet. Which of these rumors will pan out? We'll know soon enough. Looking for an iPhone 5 rumor roundup? We have one of those too. March 6New claim says iPad HD will have 4G LTECiting a source familiar with the upcoming tablet, Reuters reported that the next iPad will support 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networking, a technology that is faster than 3G, and that has become prevalent inside smartphones and tablets made by Apple's competitors. This adds to previous such claims from competitors Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal (see below).
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