New rumor report from the Asian Supply chain confirms the obvious: The iPad 3 is going on sale in Spring of 2012.
The iPad 2 went on sale in the United States on March 11th 2011. It is widely expected that the new iPad 3 with Retina Display will launch around the same date in 2012. Today Digitimes reports that the iPad 3 is available in 3 to 4 months according to sources in the supply chain. The first components for the iPad 3 are already in production.
Foxconn is supposed to start assembling the new iPad 3 tablet in January. The production volume of the iPad 3 is expected to reach 9.5-9.8million in the first quarter of 2012.
So all appears to be on track for the new iPad 3 to be released in March of 2012.
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