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    Apple's first product unveiling of the year scheduled for 20th April

    And today Samsung announced another Galaxy Unpacked Event, for Wed 28th April.
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    Re: Apple's first product unveiling of the year scheduled for 20th April

    I'm looking at a new iPad, want to go from a mini to something a bit bigger as the eyes arent what they once were lol..

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    Re: Apple's first product unveiling of the year scheduled for 20th April

    Well, there are specific rumours of a new 12.9-inch version of the iPad pro. Maybe it's useful for home, but I prefer something smaller.

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    Re: Apple's first product unveiling of the year scheduled for 20th April

    Yeah I wouldn't go for one of the large devices, something in the middle would do me.

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    Re: Apple's first product unveiling of the year scheduled for 20th April

    I wouldn't go for anything Apple full stop, they are rip off merchants to phrase it politely.

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