Apple’s Media Event On March 7th
“We have something you really have to see. And touch.” – Now that Apple has finally broken the silence and sent invites to its media event on March 7, I am still left wondering what Apple will unveil in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California.
Read that line again: Something you really have to see. And touch. A sentence and a fragment which may refer to a product having two outstanding qualities – or may point to two products separately. Ever wondered about it that way too?
If we consider all the buzz surrounding Apple’s next gen iPad 3 (or iPad HD, if you may) then this media event will definitely showcase the latest incarnation of my favorite iDevice. This could be the “And touch” part of Apple’s teaser as well all know that all iPads have multi-touch displays.
But what about the first part? The “We have something you really have to see” part? Like I said, it could also be referring to the rumored but now confirmed Retina display for the new iPad coming in at a staggeringly dense resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels, twice that of the Pad 2 which is only 1,024-by-768 pixels. Just logical, right? But what if this line refers to something else perhaps? Something you really want to see.
Something you really want to watch.
Right. Remember that it was not only the iPad 3 that has been hogging the headlines these past few weeks, but there has also been rumors that Apple has been toying with its pet project again, the Apple TV, and it has been reported that Apple might just out two devices on its media event this March 7. Of course, this will be very exciting news not just for us Apple enthusiasts but also for those couch potatoes out there who may just have a taste of Apple’s newest (although the longest running series in itself) baby.
So, the banners are going up here and there readying everything for Apple’s much-awaited and much anticipated main event this coming March 7. At last, all the waiting will be finally over as we will be feasting our eyes on Apple’s luscious iPad HD’s Retina Display. And if we’re really that lucky, we will also be looking at something we really want to see and watch– the Apple TV.