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Apple unvails iPad 2

03 march 2011, 05:27
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iPad 2
iPad 2
Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs
Black and white iPad 2
Black and white iPad 2
White iPad 2
White iPad 2
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iPad 2 cases
iPad 2 video conferencing
iPad 2 video conferencing
Apple unvailed a new version of the hot-selling iPad that is thinner, lighter and features video cameras, AFP reports.

"We've been working on this product quite awhile and I just didn't want to miss a great day," said Apple's chief executive Steve Jobs, who appeared gaunt but energetic and was dressed in his trademark long-sleeve black turtleneck and blue jeans.

Jobs, 56, who went on medical leave in January for an unspecified illness, was met with rousing applause as he walked on stage at the Yerba Buena Theater to introduce the next-generation iPad.

"We think 2011 is clearly going to be the Year of iPad 2," he said.

The iPad 2 features front- and rear-facing video cameras to enable video chat and is thinner than the previous version.

"The new iPad 2 is actually thinner than your iPhone 4," said Jobs. "It is dramatically thinner, not a little thinner, a third thinner."

It weighs 1.3 pounds, down from 1.5 pounds, has the same 10-hour battery life as the previous model and will come in black and white versions.

"And we are going to be shipping white from day one," Jobs said in a joking reference to Apple's continuing inability to produce a promised white version of the iPhone 4.

Jobs said the iPad 2 will sell for the same $499-$829 price as the previous model.

It will ship in the United States on March 11 and on March 25 in 26 other countries including France, Germany and Japan.

Jobs said the iPad 2 is "dramatically faster" due to a new A5 chip. "The graphics in this thing are wonderful," he said.

Jobs said Apple sold nearly 15 million iPads between April and December generating nearly 10 billion dollars in revenue.

"We've never had a product that got off to that fast a start," Jobs said. "We have 90 percent of the market.

"Our competitors were just flummoxed," he said. "They went back to their drawing boards, tore up their designs."

Jobs also announced Wednesday that Random House would be making electronic books available for Apple's iBook store, joining other major publishers.

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