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iPad 3 Soon?

iPad 3 rumors are back saying that it will launch in September

iPad 3 rumors are back saying that the dingus will launch in September, six months early, to scare off would-be rivals. This time the Chinese-language Economic Times of Taiwan claims the device will have a screen resolution of 2560x1920, five to six times better than the iPad 2, and 3D capabilities for viewing movies and applications. MacRumors is uncertain and says the paper has been a "spotty source of Apple rumors." It reckons Apple could put an iPad 3 out this fall but doubts the specs quoted, calling them "unbelievable." Meanwhile, Bloomberg says iPhone , based on the A5 ARM chip, will be out in September to coincide with the release of iOS 5.

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