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New iPads due in 3-4 months, says report

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 13 Dec 2011 20:54 User comments (4)

New iPads due in 3-4 months, says report OEM contractors receiving new parts.
According to a DigiTimes report, Apple will make its next generation iPad available within about three or four months. The report cited sources in the supply chain, as OEM contractors are being sent new parts and components for the next iPad.

OEM production of the next iPad is expected to reach between 9.5 million and 9.8 million units in Q1 2012. Through 2011, Apple hopes to sell over 40 million iPads, having passed the 25 million mark after the first three quarters of the year.

Production of the iPad 2 tablet will remain high with about 14-15 million units in Q4 2011, but will drop to between 4-5 million in Q1 2012. Foxconn is set to begin production of the next generation iPad in January.

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4 user comments

113.12.2011 21:44

Obviously flawed. Says I downloaded some wrestling pay per view show and I haven't watch wrestling in over 10 years. Doesn't take into account that some IP addresses are reused.

213.12.2011 21:45

Originally posted by Azuran:
Obviously flawed. Says I downloaded some wrestling pay per view show and I haven't watch wrestling in over 10 years. Doesn't take into account that some IP addresses are reused.
Hmm... i think you just commented on the wrong news, are you looking for this???

http://www.afterdawn.com/news/article.c...hat_you_pirated

313.12.2011 21:48

Originally posted by Dela:
Originally posted by Azuran:
Obviously flawed. Says I downloaded some wrestling pay per view show and I haven't watch wrestling in over 10 years. Doesn't take into account that some IP addresses are reused.
Hmm... i think you just commented on the wrong news, are you looking for this???

http://www.afterdawn.com/news/article.c...hat_you_pirated
Yeah my bad.

413.12.2011 21:48

Originally posted by Azuran:
Originally posted by Dela:
Originally posted by Azuran:
Obviously flawed. Says I downloaded some wrestling pay per view show and I haven't watch wrestling in over 10 years. Doesn't take into account that some IP addresses are reused.
Hmm... i think you just commented on the wrong news, are you looking for this???

http://www.afterdawn.com/news/article.c...hat_you_pirated
Yeah my bad.
No worries, was just hoping it wasn't some screw up in the backend :-)

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