BY admin | September 15, 2011
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will give a tough fight to Apple iPad 3 in the coming months. Despite all its efforts Apple cannot get Galaxy tab banned as it wants
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be a major threat to Apple’s forthcoming iPad 3 when it is launched in the market in next few months. Despite Apple’s efforts to get Galaxy tablet banned in much of the world- they have succeeded in Germany- threat posed to it remains strong.
Rumors suggest that a new Apple iPad tablet is set to come out by Thanksgiving or early next year. A report in the Taiwan Economic News says that the new iPad tablet will hit the market during this period and we need to take the report rather seriously. Their predictions about the launch of iPhone 4 and iPad 2 were in fact very close to the actual launch dates.
Of course, there have been extensive rumors over the arrival of a second iPad model this year. Apple released its iPad 2 in March only. Therefore, many analysts have doubt in the availability of an iPad 3 this year itself.
It is then the Taiwanese financial daily has again floated the rumor over the arrival of iPad 3. Apple might be aiming at the yearend holiday vacations to market its next iPad tablet.
Certainly, the new iPad is expected to sport several fresh features. The device will be far thinner and slighter. It will have a larger display most possibly iPhone 4’s famous Retina Display, various rumors have predicted.
Some other rumor mills have put forward that the next iPad will be an iPad 2 Plus, not an iPad 3. That means the device will have some slight modifications from it’s the current model. And Apple will be up with iPad 3 in March next year.
The Taiwan Economic News also reported that the Taiwanese technology company ASUSTeK is going to unveil a new model of Transformer tablet to compete with the design of Apple iPad.
ASUSTeK’s new tablet is featured to raise huge threat for iPad, the newspaper said. The company is reportedly in research for a better design and style for its iPad to take on the iPad brand.