If you’ve been thinking there’s a chance the next-gen iPad will be more expensive than the entry $500 price of the current iPad 2, don’t sweat it any longer. According to a new report, pricing for the iPad 3 will remain the same. The offered storage capacities will also not change. 9to5Mac reports: We’ve gotten [...] Related Stories Apple Starts Preparing Yerba Buena Center With Signage For iPad Event Next Week Apple: Sure, We’ll Take Credit For Creating 514,000 U.
Facebook said this afternoon that it has priced its previously-announced secondary offering of 70 million shares of Class A stock at $55.05 per share. At this price, some $3.85 billion in stock will be offered in the sale. The offer... Read Post
A smaller version of the iPad will be less expensive and offer less storage than Apple’s full-sized model, but will have the same resolution, according to a new report. Citing a previously reliable source, iMore today adds to the ha... Read Post