Today, Apple's new iPad is set to launch in 25 additional countries at 8 a.m. local time, and as you might expect, lines have already started forming for release of the third-generation Retina-ready tablet.
In a recent Twitter update, Stefen Esser (better known in the jailbreak community as @i0n1c), noted that he'll have Apple's third-generation iPad jailbroken in five days - suggesting that he plans to at least start work on jailbreaking the iOS device as soon as he has one in his hands.
After launching preorders for its third-generation iPad last week, shipping estimates for the new iOS device have been pushed back twice - Apple has sold out of its preorder stock, and new orders are now estimated to ship in two to three weeks.
It looks like somebody at Cupertino, CA read AppAdvice yesterday and took some advice from our own Andy Faust. In a post published yesterday, Andy called for Apple to drop the numbers and letters from the names of their new iOS devices - he was disgusted at the potential of an "iPad HD," and made his case in a lengthy article.
Apple has already announced its new Retina display-equipped, A5X processor-powered iPad at its special media event in San Francisco, California. Now, the company has unveiled its third-generation iPad pricing and availability, and the good news is that there are no surprises in this department.