“He sees Apple continuing to sell the current 16GB version of the iPad 2 at a lower price, as a new entry-level model much like the company currently does with the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4,” Hughes reports. “In addition, Reitzes said it’s possible Apple could also introduce a faster iPad 2, which he dubbed an ‘iPad 2S,’ akin to the iPhone 4S. A so-called iPad 2S could include a faster processor and Siri integration, just like Apple’s latest iPhone.”
Hughes reports, “Reitzes said he believes Apple still plans to launch a full-fledged iPad 3 in the March timeframe. That product would differentiate itself from the hypothetical iPad 2S by featuring a high-definition Retina Display.”
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