Free iPad 3 Giveaway - Test And Keep The New Apple iPad 3 For Free

Apple has now unveiled the new iPad to the world. Although the model is now released to the public it is still possible to apply for a free iPad 3 online
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March 7, 2012 - PRLog -- In fact, it is not the iPad 3 or the iPad HD. It's just the iPad. New features include a sharper screen and a faster processor. The new iPad will be the first Apple product to use a 4G (LTE) mobile Internet connection that could deliver a speed boost of up to five times that of current networks.

Apple's new iPad will also feature a more powerful processor - a 1.5GHz dual-core A5X chip with quad-core graphics processing - that will enable the use of more demanding apps, including video-editing software and games.

How the giveaway works: Companies are willing to satisfy the public's desire to own the new iPad by spending their advertising dollars on these free giveaways because they often get better results than they would using other advertising methods.

The public gets their hands on the hottest gadget around and in return, companies gets consumers to try out their products at the same time.

To enter the giveaway visit:

Unfortunately this giveaway will not be around forever. As soon as the new iPad 3 becomes popular enough, the companies will no longer want to offer the product to the public for free.

Apple chief executive Tim Cook revealed the third iPad tablet in a performance that will be judged as his first real test as head of the company after he took over from founder Steve Jobs.

Mr Cook said: "We think that iPad is the poster child of the post-PC world,’’ Mr Cook said. We sold more iPads in the fourth quarter of last year than any PC manufacturer sold of their entire PC line worldwide."

The new iPad also features a significantly better rear camera that now offers a backlit sensor, 5-megapixel resolution and hybrid infra-red filter for better colour reproduction, as well as voice dictation.
Source:Mac News World
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