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iPad 3: evolution, not revolution

Friday 9 March 2012 | 11:25 CET | Author: Maarten van Vliet | Background
Apple unveiled the latest version of its iPad tablet this week in San Francisco. While the device does have improvements compared to earlier versions, it is not a major rethinking of the tablet. For Apple though, this is not a big problem, as the iPad can still count a positive reception and a big advance on rival tablets.

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