It's been less than a year since Apple introduced the iPad, and it's already reinvented the device. With 15 million tablets already sold, the tech titan released a 33% thinner and 0.2 pound lighter iPad 2 that features a dual-core processor as well as front- and rear-facing cameras. The rear camera offers 720p video shooting.
Meet the new iPad 2.
CEO Steve Jobs made a surprise appearance at Apple's media event. Now, roughly one year, $90 billion, and 15 million iPads later, the technology giant announced the release of a new and improved version on March 2 in San Francisco.
Size and Weight Comparison
The second version of the iPad brings FaceTime, allowing users to make video calls from their iPad 2 to someone else’s iPad 2, iPhone 4, new iPod touch, or Mac over WiFi.
The built-in magnets protect, wakes up, stands up, and brightens up your iPad.
To the delight of investors and techies, Apple CEO Steve Jobs made an appearance to unveil the company's iPad 2. Here's how the new version improves upon the old one.