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Apple to Unveil iPad 2 on March 2

It's official like a referee with a whistle. The highly anticipated uncovering of the innovative iPad 2 from Apple is slated to take place next week, on March 2 in where else, but San Francisco, CA (Mark Zuckerberg stand up). Yes, I am aware that is Silicone Valley. Anyhow, the tablet, officially dubbed the "Apple iPad 2" is poised to once again up the competition amongst fellow tablet manufacturers such as Samsung, Motorola, and Blackberry, some of which, who have seemingly outdone the original iPad.

With Apple being as protective and successfully so at that, about keeping the specs under wraps, some modifications have been widely speculated and are all but sure to be unveiled. Such changes and upgrades are suggested to be a boosted processor, retina display, dual cameras (which they should have implemented initially), and possibly even a technology that allows users to switch back and forth between the Verizon and AT&T networks—how thoughtful. The same innovative touch is also rumored to be featured in the forthcoming iPhone 5 (I'm crossing my fingers).

With Apple being as high powered and cutting edge as they are, just why exactly did they not initially include some of these fancy upgrades in the original iPad? Simple—room for improvement. And what a great marketing and consumption strategy that has been. You must allow gaps and space for your product to one up itself in order to move new and improved units. Ah, you get it now, huh? So while many would say, the competition has already caught up and possibly even outdone Apple's tablet, I say to you, Apple was and is aware and it was not by happenstance. After all, Apple runs the world. You still haven't figured that out?

Take a look at some of the leaked images of the Apple iPad 2 below:

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