At first glance, 8GB of storage seems awfully minimal on a tablet that can house a user's music, movies, apps, and other content. The iPad 2 currently comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB models. Why Apple wouldn't just discount those options rather than develop an 8GB option is unknown. Of course, there's always a chance Apple might do something else. The company could finally launch that long-rumored 7-inch iPad at a discount. It might also decide against a cheaper iPad altogether and only offer the iPad 3.
Given Apple's penchant for secrecy, it's unlikely the company will even come close to divulging its plans, but CNET has reached out to the iPhone maker for comment, Expect to wait until next week to find out once and for all what Apple has planned for tablet customers this year, A new report from Digitimes says Apple will follow its earlier iPhone move and offer a cheaper iPad 2 to flank the j cole iphone case iPad 3 on store shelves, Apple might be following its earlier iPhone strategy with next week's iPad 3 announcement, according to a new report..
Citing sources, Digitimes is reporting today that Apple could unveil an 8GB iPad 2 at its iPad 3 event on March 7. The move, the publication's sources say, would allow it to "cover different segments" of the market, including those currently controlled by cheaper alternatives, like the Amazon Kindle Fire or Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
"We're going to join quad-core j cole iphone case when we feel that the performance matches the battery efficiency," Sony Mobile product marketing manager Stephen Sneeden told our sister site CNET Asia at Mobile World Congress, "Because right now we don't feel that is there."While it waits for quad-core to catch up, Sony will be choosing a different style of innards for its phones, "What we're going to be doing in the second half of the year is moving to the Cortex A16 architecture, which we feels outperforms the current quad-core architecture," Sneeden went on..
He predicts next year the time will be right for Sony to make the jump. "You'll see in 2013, as we're evaluating the quad-core performance where it makes sense, where you're not suffering in quality and the performance truly is there, and there really is something that demanding applications need," he said. "That's when we make the right move to quad-core."Sony debuted two dual-core models at Mobile World Congress: the Xperia P (pictured above) and Xperia U, both of which run will Android 2.3 Gingerbread at launch. Others were more keen to roll out quad-core mobiles, however, with both Huawei and HTC jumping on-board the quad-core bandwagon. (That's a pretty nippy bandwagon, I'd wager.).
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