New iPads as Early as April

According to iMore, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL  ) could refresh both the iPad and the iPad Mini by April. Fool.com's Alison Southwick asks contributor Daniel Sparks exactly what investors might be able to expect from the refresh and how it will impact Apple.

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  • Report this Comment On March 07, 2013, at 10:12 PM, guy2phone wrote:

    If the iPad Mini 2 doesn't have Retina and dazzling speed with more memory they might as well keep it until later in the year. This alone will jump start the dying stock. Holding it back will kill mimi sales as the competition is going to strangle them

  • Report this Comment On March 07, 2013, at 11:44 PM, mfooljdg wrote:

    Any upgrade to the mini other than the Retina display will likely be met with indifference unless we are talking about some snazzy new hardware features that aren't expected. I'm not sold on the approach of very small incremental upgrades...this bleeds off the release enthusiasm and seems to aggravate recent purchasers that missed the boat. Perhaps there are times when smaller upgrades are deemed essential just as a defensive move against the aggressive competition...but I would try to keep it to a minimum.

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