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Apple iPad: Happy 2nd Birthday

Apple changed the way we think about computing and digital devices--again--when it introduced the iPad tablet in early 2010. Take a look back and a peek ahead.
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The iPad 2 is nearly one-year-old, retirement age in product years. The Apple rumor mill suggests the iPad 3 will be released soon, perhaps as soon as March. The next iteration of the iPad is likely to have twice the resolution of the iPad 2, which would mean a screen that measures 2048 by 1536 pixels. Its chip is said to be quad-core and iPad3 may include support for 4G cellular networking.

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