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The supersized tablet could debut in early 2014, according to news site Korea Times. But why would Apple produce such a huge iPad?
Production issues and a focus on expanding the iPhone supply are just a few reasons why Apple is likely holding off until 2015.
Apple announced a pair of new iPads, new iMacs and Mac Minis, but here's a quick look at what we didn't hear from Apple today.
Apple's 2014 iPad will undoubtedly debut soon, but will it really change the formula enough to make people want a new one? Here's a wish list of what could help the most.
Hot on the heels of new iPhones come what is expected to be a new crowd of iPads. Rumors abound that we may get an even thinner iPad Air, but a new Mini and fresh Macs could also be on the menu.
The company is expected to announce new tablets this month and add a gold version to its current silver and gray models.
A new rumor says the widely expected larger iPad may have a 12.2-inch display rather than the earlier rumored 12.9, and that it'll be slightly thicker than the iPad Air 2.
Apple, which will show off its newest iPad on Thursday, has to wrestle with the truth that consumers just aren't buying tablets as frequently as smartphones.
A flood of Apple rumors hit Wednesday on the back of a report from an analyst known for relatively accurate predictions of future Apple products.
The iPad Air, Apple's fifth-generation iPad, weighs just 1 pound, is 7.5mm thick and boasts its new A7 processor, making it eight times faster than the iPad 4.