Live Coverage iPad 3 Keynote Event

Apple’s iPad 3 keynote event will kick off today with a live presentation by Apple CEO Tim Cook. Touch Reviews will be bringing you the All-in-One live coverage of the iPad 3 keynote event so you can sit back and know what’s the latest without refreshing this page. Apple will not be providing live video stream of the keynote event however, you’ll be able to download and stream from Apple’s website once the event is over.

During today’s iPad 3 live keynote event Apple will finally unveil the third-generation tablet and release date is expected within two weeks from today. iPad 3 is widely expected to feature retina display with a resolution of 2,048 by 1,536 pixels, faster processor with improved graphics, better cameras and more.

iPad 3 is rumored to use Dual-Core A5X SoC that will not only be faster but also deliver enhanced graphics and include 1GB RAM. The design is not expected to see major changes however, it is believed that the new iPad will be 0.8 mm thicker when compared with the second gen tablet.

Apple could share an update related to iOS 5.1 software update and could announce its immediate availability. While we haven’t heard about any conclusive evidence which points to inclusion of Siri in iPad 3 Apple could be looking at bringing the “personal voice assistant” to the tablet.

What are your expectations from this years event? Let us know in the comments section.

Check back soon for the iPad 3 live coverage.

08:00AM – Hawaii
10:00AM – Pacific
11:00AM – Mountain
12:00PM – Central
01:00PM – Eastern
06:00PM – London
07:00PM – Paris
09:00PM – Moscow
03:00AM – Tokyo (March 8th)

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Sources: EngadgetArs TechnicaThe Vergegdgt


4 Comments on “Live Coverage iPad 3 Keynote Event”

  1. abudx

    Unbelivable that this thing is limited to 64gb and only linked thru Wireless and USB/iTunes… No SD Slot support, no external USB connection to storage for Video and Images, no flash and HTML5 support, no native DivX support,… What a shame… back to Android Tablets for sure…

    1. Max

      Your right, I travel a lot and do not want to stream my videos. It’s a pain to convert DIVX and X264 to MP4 and store them on the unit to view them on the plane… The again I need a laptop on the road if I want to remove and change videos on my pad… this is non sence that there are not SD Slots…  Better just bring the laptop and fill it’s hard disk with video and movies…

      The think cannot map a local disk from my media center to play video locally… I need to stream the video which is such a pain when you rewind or fast forward!

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