Yesterday, a rumor was circulating all over the internet mentioning the launch of the much-awaited iPad on Apple’s September 10 event. For all those who bought the rumor should just forget about the iPad. Jim Dalrymple of The Loop says that there will be no iPads on the September 10 event.
If you don’t know, Jim Dalrymple is regarded as a very credible source when it comes to rumors related to Apple, so you cannot just say that he is firing blind shots in the air. His comments came after a report emerged on the internet that suggested the launch of iPads next month along with the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Historically, Apple never introduced its entire product lineup in a single event.
From Mac Rumors:
Buried in an article about Apple’s upcoming Tokyo retail store, Bloomberg briefly mentions that Apple’s September 10 media event will see the introduction of not only new iPhone models, but also new iPads.
It is expected that the Cupertino giant will unveil the much-anticipated iPad and iPad Mini later this year – sometime in October. Until then, just keep your fingers crossed and wait for the upgraded iPhone lineup. At the September 10 event, Apple is also expected to unveil iOS 7 which will be available for public in mid-September while the next generations iPhone will hit the shelves by September 20.
Source: The LoopFiled Under: Apple