And with that, the rumor mill can power down.
Today was Apple’s big day, and with it came CEO Steve Jobs, back in jeans and turtleneck, back on the stage, back in his role of chief corporate showman.
And back with another product that will undoubtedly cast a long shadow over the market. Jobs unveiled the iPad 2, Apple’s successor to its wildly popular iPad tablet, a device generally credited with kick-starting the market for tablet computers.
Jobs said the iPad 2 will begin shipping March 11, be available in black and white, on the networks of both Verizon and AT&T.
“People laughed at us for calling the iPad magical, and said the price was unreasonable, but ask our competitors now if the price is reasonable,” Jobs said.
Enterprise Mobile Today has the full report on Apple’s iPad 2, and runs through the pricing, specs and industry impact.