iPad 3 Launch Nearing As Retailers Report iPad 2 In Short Supply

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When Apple is about to launch a new product many retailers report short supply of a particular product from Apple. That is when you know Apple is going to launch a new product in the market and this time it has happened again. Many retailers are reporting iPad 2 in short supply ahead of reported iPad 3 launch in March.

iPad 2 out of stock

It has happened before and it is happening again. Like last year when iPad 2 was about to be launched there was a short supply of the first iPad, the same goes for iMacs, Macbook pro and Macbook Air.

The folks over at 9to5mac report;

According to a source familiar with Apple’s product distribution channels, the iPad 2 WiFi + 3G is constrained. Supply shortages span beyond Apple’s own distribution channels, though, as major retailers are reporting “out of stock” status for the 3G iPad 2. This includes, but is likely not limited to, Carphone Warehouse and Orange in the United Kingdom. Carphone Warehouse is reporting shortges of five out of six of their 3G iPad 2 models (everything but the black 64GB unit), and Orange UK is reporting shortages of half of the 3G iPad 2 SKUs: both 32GB models and the white 64GB unit

iPad 2 not in list

It is expected that the next generation iPad is to feature a retina display which Apple employees have been calling the display “Truly Amazing”. With it iPad 3 is also expected to have an A6 processor which will increase its overall performance and improve battery life. iPad 3 featuring LTE has been in the rumor mill too so we can expect that as well.

Previously allthingsD reported that iPad 3 will be launched in the first week of March in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, a much favored place by Apple to launch new products.

So are you excited about the iPad 3?

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