Apple’s latest iPad with Retina display reportedly coming to China on July 27th

“Apple had spent about 6 months in court to argue the use of iPad trademark with Proview,” Herman Lai reports for M.I.C. Gadget. “Finally, it has now been settled with $60 million of compensation. The New iPad could hit China as soon as July 27th, despite this is not confirmed by Apple yet.”

Lai reports, “It will be available for purchase in the Apple Stores in China and Suning electronics (one of the biggest consumer electronics retailers in China).”

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2 Comments

  1. I hope the RETINA display direction will pay off in the long run.
    But honestly, its not such a big deal for most users.

    Strange that Apple took this direction, as it forced reengineering the battery life weight and thickness… not by much but a backwards progression.

    Samsung galaxy s screen is larger and has nice enough quality to attract customers usage. Too big of a phone is silly also. Apples phone is just the right size.

    The real focus of interest is Siri. A computer assistance to your daily activities and computer interactions through point and click, touch and voice Apple has been in the lead every time to innovate with rapid changes in technology and provide to the global market.

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