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Apple Will Ship More Than 20 Million iPad 2 Q3

It looks as though the numbers of shipped iPad to tablet devices by Apple is not going to be slowing down anytime soon. The company has announced that they’re looking to ship a total of 20 million iPad two tablets throughout the third quarter of this year. Although there have been rumors going around previously that Apple was looking at releasing a revamped version of the iPad, which would be available at some point during this fall, it now appears that they are not going to be heading in that direction and that the rumors were actually false. At this point it is pretty hard to determine whether or not the rumors that come out about current Apple products are true or not. There’s been a lot of speculation as to what Apple’s next move is going to be regarding their popular tablet, and it appears as if a large amount of the rumors that have been going around have been false.

Apple Will Ship More Than 20 Million iPad 2 Q3

During the company’s previous earnings call, they stated that they sold a total of 9.2 5 million tablets during the June quarter. It should also be noted that they did fall little bit short of their overall demand in a number of different regions. What this means is that the company potentially could have sold more. The 20 million that is expected to be shipped during the third quarter proves that the company has a huge following for their tablet that is going to continue through the release of the iPad three, which at this point, if you believe the rumors, appears to be slated for sometime next year.

 

It will be interesting to see if the future versions of the device continue to live up to the hype, or if they fall short of expectations. The Company has been consistently reaching and surpassing the expectations of most, and it looks as though they will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

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