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  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Feb 15, 2013 8:54 PM Flag

    New iPad Coming

    It’s not exactly a bold prediction, but Munster also says that the iPad 5 will have a body style similar to the iPad mini. 9 to 5 Mac obtained images of what looked like a leaked iPad 5 with mini-like design back in January. We certainly hope the next iPad is thinner and lighter, as we’ve tested a number of Android and Windows 8 tablets that are more portable. It’s time for Apple to catch up in that department while still delivering a Retina Display with less bezel.

    From laptopmag

    [Gee, what happened to everything being capable of being done with just design? Apple's superb design got them a fat, over-heating iPad in the last generation. This obviously is what happens when you don't have access to state-of-the-art fabrication, ie Intel fabrication. Has Apple learned anything? Enough to take the big jump? Or will they advance just enough that in six months laptopmag will be again calling for them to catch up...]

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • "First of all this question was not directed to you so but out! I notice you like to bash ARMH here as much as you like to praise INTC. I thought this was the INTC board not the ARMH bashing board. Screw u."

      [Any company with a P/E of 85 is fair game. Especially when their fanbois show up here and bash Intel non-stop. If your criticism was well thought out and well supported I would consider it. But it's nothing more than your half-baked unsupported opinions. Your fake outrage runneth over... ]

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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