The new iPad doesn't look much different than the old iPad on the outside. Asked about the lack of cosmetic changes, senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller said, "It was perfect, so why change it."
A better screen, a better processor, a better everything.
|Internet giant Sina caught in China porn crackdown|
|Water becoming more valuable than gold|
|Russia stocks fall as Ukraine crisis intensifies|
|Don't assume you're safe from Heartbleed|
|Alibaba founders fund mega charity ahead of IPO|