iPads for Everyone

Posted In Apple news, Jailbreak News - By James On Wednesday, March 28th, 2012 With 0 Comments

Every time Apple launches a new iDevice, lines are out the door with people dying to get their hands on the new product. Most of the time, if you haven’t pre-ordered the day it was announced, or if you aren’t one of the first people in line, you could be waiting weeks to months to get one of Apple’s newest product for yourself. However, there’s been a change in the way things happened this time. For the first time since the original iPhone, there are plenty of iDevices to go around. I’m talking, of course, about the newest Apple toy, the “new” iPad – known informally as the iPad 3. You could order your iPad today and receive it within one to two weeks, whereas a year ago the line might be a month and a half long to grab the iPad 2. That’s a big shift in availability. But what exactly does it mean?

Well, for those of us who are interested in Apple news and rumors, it can mean only good things. To maintain this trend of adequate supply, Apple will likely need to start the manufacture of iDevices earlier than they have in the past – otherwise we run into the shortages we know and love (hate) from the iPad 2 and the iPhone 4. The benefit of this is more time for details and specs to leak. If Apple starts production of the next iPhone two months earlier than it started production of the iPhone 4S, we have two extra months in which information to leak about the new devices – and who doesn’t like that? This could be the reason we seemed to know so much about the iPad 3 before it launched – it was essentially confirmed that the iPad would have a faster graphics processor, a Retina display, and a similar form factor to that of the iPad 2.

Hopefully this trend of early production and adequate supply continues, providing us with leaks of many iDevices to come.


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