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Production starts for iPad 3 QXGA display: Analyst

Production is under way on the display for the next-generation iPad, an analyst tells CNET. The high-resolution QXGA display will be the centerpiece of the so-called iPad 3.

By November 21, 2011

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iPad Mini to bury 9.7-inch iPad in 2013, says DisplaySearch

If last month is any indicator, 2013 may be the year of the iPad Mini and smaller tablets in general.

By February 28, 2013

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Two new iPads due next month, report says

DigiTimes says Apple's next-generation tablet will feature a 9.7-inch screen and debut next month at Macworld|iWorld, a conference the company abandoned three years ago.

By December 29, 2011

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Redesigned iPad Mini may arrive before Retina: DisplaySearch

The next iPad Mini may not be the Retina version, says NPD DisplaySearch. It could be a version with a faster chip -- and possibly thinner too.

By June 18, 2013

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Next-gen iPad available in 3-4 months--report

The next-generation iPad should be available by April, according to the latest Asia-based report.

By December 11, 2011

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More leaks on Acer, Lenovo Android 4.0 tablets

Acer and Lenovo are readying quad-core tablets running Google's Ice Cream Sandwich Android operating system, according to a report.

By November 28, 2011

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Why the iPad 3 could be in short supply

Display, display, display. Supplies of the high-resolution display panels expected in the next iPad could be tight, according to a source and an Asia-based report.

By March 1, 2012

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iPad 3 screen production ramping up strongly, report says

Apple is said to be gearing up on big orders for panels to put on its next-generation iPad, while scaling back on the ones it uses on its current model.

By January 17, 2012

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Apple Mini-iPad rumor cites Kindle Fire

Another rumor surfaces of a smaller iPad, pegged at 7.85 inches. Blame the booming success of Amazon's Kindle Fire.

By December 15, 2011

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iPad-like MacBook Air now unlikely?

A research note from Citigroup says Apple CEO Tim Cook is not leaning toward a future MacBook Air with iPad-like features. So, now what?

By February 4, 2012