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Maybe Apple learned a lesson from the name-related brouhaha that followed when it unveiled the iPhone 4S instead of the iPhone 5. Orrrrr, could it be that Apple just wanted to stick it to all those making a commotion over the new iPad's name?. In the weeks and days leading up to today's event, there was much talk about whether the next-gen iPad would be called the iPad HD or the iPad 3. Some even half-joked that it would be called the iPad 2S. So, did Apple get the last laugh by pulling a switcheroo at the last minute? I'm not really one for conspiracy theories, but if there's one thing I've learned in my years covering the tech industry, it's to never count anything out with Apple.

What do you guys think? And is Apple smart to go with this new naming scheme ultra light snap-on case for iphone 7 plus (you know, because it worked so well for Coke and New Coke)? Share your thoughts with us below, Also, be sure to check out Crave contributor Eric Mack's amusing take on the new iPad name, There was a big to-do made over the name of the next-gen iPad leading up to today's event, but in the end, Apple went with something rather generic, Why?, Add this to the list of things that we didn't get with the next-gen iPad: a fancy new name..

During today's hour-plus-long launch event in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook and team unveiled details about the company's new tablet, simply calling it the "new iPad" throughout. Given that we got an iPad 2 and iPhone 4/4S, I thought for sure (as did many observers, from journalists to pundits to consumers), that the company would follow suit and was just holding the product's true name for a big reveal at the end of the presentation. But no, no, that's not what happened. 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.

Tim Cook has just finished showing off the latest slate in Apple's lineup and we've already got our excited greasy mitts all over it and cast a beady eye over the new display, Apple has given the iPad a few tweaks ultra light snap-on case for iphone 7 plus for this new refresh, the most important being in the display, Rumours have been flying around for almost as long as I can remember that the new version will have a retina display and thankfully, said rumours were bang on the money, We're looking at a 2,048x1,536-pixel resolution here -- that's four times the resolution of the iPad 2, So far, the best resolution we've seen on a tablet is the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity, which strutted about MWC with its 1,080p display..

The new iPad blows that clean out of the water without so much as a "How do you do?" At first glance in our hands-on though, we weren't immediately taken aback. It's sharp, sure, but it didn't have the "OMG" factor we were hoping for. Perhaps we'll feel differently when we see it in our labs next to the older generations. It's also running on Apple's latest A5X chip. That's not the A6 chip we had heard about, but Apple promises it has "more memory and processing than an Xbox 360". There's no word on whether this is a dual- or quad-core affair -- Apple only says it has "quad-core" graphics -- but it's sure to be a step up from the iPad 2's processor. It seems exactly as swift as we'd expect an iPad to be, but we'll be sure to see exactly what it can do in our full review.


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