Just yesterday, I have written a post on the upcoming iPad 3 and Apple’s March event, namely iPad 3 back housing picture leaked and rumored February iPad 3 event delayed to March, which suggests that the long anticipated next generation of iPad might be released in early March. If that is just my speculation towards iPad 3, now, this post would be the formal one on the iPad 3 release. According to AllThingsD, which had received unnamed source, Apple's so-called "iPad 3" will debut at a special event to be held the first week in March. That means the next-generation tablet will be shown off in the next three to four weeks.
The AllThingsD author John Paczkowski said the device will be largely the same as rumors have suggested, with a high-resolution Retina Display in the range of 2,048-by-1,536 pixels along with a "much faster" processor and improved graphics processing. It looks like that Apple is going to make iPad 3 a top-notch media player for users to enjoy better video experience by watching HD videos on iPad 3.
Last year, the iPad 2 was unveiled at a media event at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on Wednesday, March 2. That has provided some credibility for the March iPad 3 release issue. The month of March kicks off on a Thursday in three weeks. The rumored date comes as a flurry of pictures claim to show components for Apple's third-generation iPad, including one that purports to be a high-resolution Retina Display manufactured by Sharp for the anticipated tablet's 9.7-inch touchscreen. Separately, a pair of reports claim to show both the outside and inside of the device's back panel, suggesting it will include space internally for a larger battery.