The iPad 2 looks like it's finally on its way out. A new report said the aging tablet is expected to be replaced by the iPad 4 today, with Apple stores already having taken delivery of the machine. A new 8GB iPhone 5C could be on its way, too.
The only surprising thing about Apple's reported plan to phase out the iPad 2 is that it hasn't already done it. With the iPad Air and new Mini offered at the same price or a little more, surely only a very confused person would opt for the old model.
Apple’s newest additions to the iPad family bring the total found to four, which makes choosing a tablet trickier than it used to be. Here’s our quick-and-dirty cheatsheet to find out which iPad is for you.
Apple's on the verge of launching a new, smaller iPad. We dive into the rumors to figure out what you should expect from the new tablet, and why Apple decided to reverse course and make a smaller tablet after criticizing them.
Consumer Reports first fanned flames by reporting the new iPad runs almost hot enough to burn. Now the new iPad is its top recommended tablet. Huh? Is Consumer Reports the last bastion of unbiased reviews, or a dinosaur hindered by its overly rigid review…
So it wasn't all in your mind. A test using an infrared camera has shown that the new iPad does indeed operate at a warmer temperature than the iPad 2, although up to now it doesn't appear to be causing any major concerns among users.