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Apple to launch 7-inch iPad?

Looking for a pocket-friendly iPad? Apple might answer your prayers. According to renowned tech blogger John Gruber, Apple is planning to launch a small, low-budget tablet that runs at the same 1024 x 768 resolution as the iPad 1 and 2.

By:AGENCIES
| Updated on: Apr 06 2012, 18:08 IST

If Daring Fireball's John Gruber is to be believed Apple is planning to launch a small, low-budget tablet that runs at the same 1024 x 768 resolution as the iPad 1 and 2.

When asked about a 7-inch tablet on an episode of The Talk Show podcast, Gruber said 'Well, I don't know. What I do know is that they have one in the lab. A 7.85 inch iPad that runs at 1024×768. It's just like the regular iPad shrunk down a bit', reports TechCrunch.

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In October 2010, Steve Jobs had famously quashed all rumours of a 7-inch tablet as the size isn't suitable for iPad applications. With Jobs gone, Apple insiders might be mulling about a budget tablet to tap a different section of consumers. Right now, the 9.7-inch new iPad, along with the original iPad and iPad 2, comes with a hefty price tag.

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Though it is improbable that Apple will come out with a small iPad, if it happens it will surely be portable enough to be carried in the pocket and used with one hand - a problem many iPad users complain about.

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First Published Date: 06 Apr, 17:13 IST
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