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Submitted by -Mezzo- 561d ago | article

iPad 5 release date, news and rumors

TechRadar - Though Apple fans were surprised by the announcement of the iPad 4 during Apple's October 2012 event, one expert soon predicted that the company would turn around and release a thinner, lighter iPad 5 in early 2013. (Apple, Gadgets, iPad 5)

-Mezzo-  +   562d ago
Apple, this is a load of baloney. 5 freakin' months.
Crazyglues  +   560d ago
Well this guy in the video is just mad, because he had the iPad idea first back in 2009 - http://bit.ly/WisPUu

...LoL
Liquid_Ocelot  +   561d ago
Sigh..
vitorizzo  +   561d ago
bi annual releases? i dont think thats going to be good...
bahabeast  +   557d ago
wtf??? we are still supose 2 be enjoying the retina display on the ipad 3. apple you are shooting yourself in the foot.

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