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Could This Be Apple's Black Bezel, Space Gray iPad 5?

In a new video, Unbox Therapy goes hands-on with the purported "space gray" version of Apple's forthcoming iPad 5. As a reminder, this isn't the first video brought to us by Unbox Therapy. Last week, the YouTube channel published a video of an iPad 5-compatible Smart Cover, along with a first-look at second-generation iPad mini parts. Now, however, Unbox Therapy has gone hands-on with Apple's space gray iPad 5. If legitimate, the video indicates that Apple's fifth-generation iPad is indeed set to launch in the new color (as expected), and it also suggests that an iPad mini-like design could see the 9.7-inch tablet maintain its screen size while decreasing its overall surface area. The parts available to Unbox Therapy curiously feature no magnets for a compatible Smart Cover, which is odd considering the upcoming iPad 5-compatible accessory appeared online recently in a separate video. [caption id="attachment_469989" align="aligncenter" width="550"] The iPad 5 Smart Cover detailed in Unbox Therapy's other video.[/caption] In addition, since a black front bezel accompanies the iPad's space gray back, and a white bezel accompanies the silver-backed iPad 5, it's likely that the fifth-generation iPad will follow Apple's iPhone 5s and will be available in a gold version, too. Here's the video, see what you think:

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Apple is expected to announce its next-generation iPads at a special media event later this month. Though if one recent report is indeed accurate, it could be that an iPad mini with Retina display won't launch until 2014. See also: Hulu Plus App For iOS Updated With Support For Google Chromecast On iPadApple Successfully Patents ... One Of Its Shanghai Retail Stores?, and Sing! Karaoke Developer Smule Launches New Web-Based Music Social Network.
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