Apple Sends Out Invites iPad 3 Event for March 7th in San Francisco

Apple just sent out invitations for a March 7th event where the Cupertino-based technology giant promises to bring something we really have to see and touch. The event is scheduled for next Wednesday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in Sans Francisco. The invitation where includes the information regarding the time and location of the event, also says “We have something you really need to see. And touch.” The words are carefully chosen by the technology giant that superimposed on what is almost certainly be an iPad.

It is almost certain now that the Cupertino-based technology giant is going to reveal the next-generation of its tablet, iPad 3 in the forthcoming event. The event is set to commence at 10 a.m. Pacific Time (1 p.m. ET).

The current report disqualifies the earlier rumblings suggesting that Apple is planning an event in New York City. A good number of folks expressed their doubts over the rumors since they were against almost every previous Apple product releasing, which are normally held on the West Coast.

Now the major point to ponder over is the statement used by Apple that says “you really want to see.” Would it be a hint towards much anticipated super-high resolution retina display or something more powerful? We cannot even ignore the use of ‘touch’ in the statement. Really, Apple has something big to reveal in the upcoming event.

The event is big in the sense that it is the first major product introduction event after the tragic demise of Apple’s founder Steve Jobs. The ‘voltron’ team of Phil Schiller, Scott Forstall and CEO Tim Cook will unveil the first post-Jobs product to the world on next Wednesday, March 7. We will get back to you more details right from the event. Stay tuned.

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