iPad 2 HD Launch Cancelled, iPad 3 Expected To Be Announced Soon

Apple has just announced the cancellation of iPad 2 HD version’s release. This means that Apple is looking at 1,000,000 iPad 2 units waiting to be dismantled. According to certain statements, we believe that Apple is planning to launch iPad 3 instead.


According to Peter Misek:

1) iPad 2 HD was canceled (~1M units retooled); 2) Sooner-than- expected iPad 3 launch in late Jan; 3) Retail inventory caution due to potential demand slowdown; 4) Some production shift to Brazil. We see 29M iPads shipped in H2 vs. 14M in H1. We trim our 2011 global tablet forecast from 70M to 65M.

A new wave of rumors for iPad 3 has started now that the iPhone 5 release is eminent by the mid of October and rumors about the next generation iPhone are settling down. If the iPad 3 rumors are in fact legit, then we way be looking at a possible release of the iDevice sooner than expected, maybe in the first quarter of the coming year.

We will keep you updated about the stories that are going to start building up with this extraordinary and unexpected news.

iPad 3 Battery Production To Begin?

For the longest time iPad 3 has held the backseat while iPhone 5 rumors have driven the rumor vehicle. However, today we have been told that 2 companies have been contacted in order to secure deals of supplying battery packs for iPad 3.


The two companies,  Simplo Technology Co. and Dynapack Int’l Technology Corp, have been asked to manufacture and produce the new, lighter, thinner battery packs for iPad 3, which may be releasing in early 2012.

According to our inside source, the battery pack is going to be lighter, thinner and is going to have a longer service life. We are told that iPad 3 is going to be even thinner than the current iPad, the iPad 2 and is going to have improved features to attract more customers and compete with its like. This would certainly mean that Apple will have to spend more in order to bring more life to the iPad.

Its going to be an interesting match between the 2 rival companies and the outcome is what is keeping us interested and wanting to keep coming back for more. Apple’s lawsuits against Samsung has certainly made the latter more competitive. However, Apple is looking for ways to improve an already perfect device.

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Apple Phasing-Out Samsung As Their Component Supplier?


The on-going rumors about the new iPad have made it pretty clear that Apple is, in fact, working on a new generation iPad (rumored iPad 3). According to the sources, Apple’s all-time suppliers have already started working on assembling it in small quantities for testing purposes, except for Apple’s longtime trustee, Samsung.

It seems like the rival between the two companies has taken the best of them and its safe to think that Samsung will not be manufacturing any Apple components in the future. Which is quite understandable because Apple certainly wouldn’t want to handover their money and designs to their main competitor.


We are expecting iPad 3′s release to customers in the first quarter of next year.