It's not called the iPad 3
That's right, folks. Apple has opted to simply call the new iPad, well, "the new iPad". That's caught many people off guard, with Apple expected to announce an 'iPad 3' or an 'iPad HD'. We quite like the phrase "the new iPad", but what do they call the one after this?
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