Second-generation iPad in production: WSJ

Feb 08, 2011

Apple has started production of a thinner, more powerful version of its popular iPad tablet computers, according to unnamed sources cited by the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.

The second-generation iPad will have more memory and a front-facing camera for capabilities such as a Face Time video-conferencing feature on Apple 4 smartphones, according to the Journal.

Cupertino, California-based Apple said in its latest earnings release that it sold nearly 15 million iPads in the eight months after the tablet computers were introduced in April of last year.

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Nik_2213
not rated yet Feb 08, 2011
Thinner, more memory but the same sized screen ?? D'uh...
ormondotvos
not rated yet Feb 08, 2011
And more stuff inside, too. I love the iPad. It's a game changer. Touch interfaces rule! Speech to text next!

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