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Covert Video of Apple IPad 2 Just Released

CmdrTaco posted more than 3 years ago | from the more-of-the-same dept.

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An anonymous reader writes "This video has just been snuck out of the CES show in Las Vegas last week. Apparently this prototype iPad 2 was given to a Chinese iPad accessory manufacturer, presumably in order to help with their case designs for the launch of the iPad 2, rumored to be February 2011."

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Uh (1)

Pojut (1027544) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850020)

I can't see the video at work, but can someone tell me if this is the same thing as the mock-up Engadget spotted [engadget.com] ?

Re:Uh (4, Informative)

iRommel (1684036) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850084)

Re:Uh (1)

mikeroySoft (1659329) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850180)

it sure looks like it.
curved edges, front and back cameras, that weird vent in the bottom corner. Some of the icons in the OS look different (contacts is blue) and the resolution looks a bit more dense, as much as you can tell on camera anyway.

Re:Uh (1)

Sockatume (732728) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850382)

No, the Engadget mockup at least managed to get the typeface right. This mockup not only uses the wrong typeface all over the shop, it manages to use about five different ones.

Re:Uh (1)

fusiongyro (55524) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851264)

Additionally, it may be worth noting that Apple generally doesn't put release numbers on their products. My iPhone 4 just says iPhone on the back, and I'm pretty sure my 3GS only had iPhone on there too.

The grille is also pretty un-Apple these days.

Re:Uh (1)

BlueBat (748360) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850398)

It doesn't look like this one, but it does look like the one that is posted in another reply here.

From the land of the neverending knockoffs. (1)

sethstorm (512897) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850038)

Not only will there be a case for the next iPad, there will be cases for the inevitable knockoffs too.

Flip (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850048)

How come the screen doesn't flip when the iPad is held upside down?

Re:Flip (0)

netsharc (195805) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850072)

Yay, you're just as intelligent as the Youtube commenters. It's a fucking hardware dummy, you idiot!

Re:Flip (1)

Pojut (1027544) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850142)

"I can see why you've been having problems, see, this isn't actually a computer...it's a briefcase." -Roy

christ I love The IT Crowd.

Re:Flip (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850302)

Pojut! Pojut! Come here, come here. Tell them that story about when we were drunk in Amsterdam.

Re:Flip (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850096)

Because it's a miserable shitload of fuck, that's why. What are you, a goddamn democrat or something?

KIRF (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850062)

There's a reason they aren't lingering on the screen for very long...

eh (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850090)

I don't know if it's real or not, but Apple certainly didn't give it to a case manufacturer. Certainly could have been industrial espionage.

Dock icons changed... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850102)

If this is true, then Apple is adding colorful backgrounds to the icon text in the dock. Also, the icon itself was bigger looking with smaller corners and the margins were closer. I don't quite believe it, but it was a shaky video.

Re:Dock icons changed... (2)

Registered Coward v2 (447531) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850236)

If this is true, then Apple is adding colorful backgrounds to the icon text in the dock. Also, the icon itself was bigger looking with smaller corners and the margins were closer. I don't quite believe it, but it was a shaky video.

Apple could have given somewhat different screen mockups to various manufacturers - that way, if one leaked they'd know the source. Making subtle changes to documents so you can identify whose they were is an old trick.

Not an actual iPad 2 (4, Informative)

autojive (560399) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850134)

You can clearly tell that it's only a mock-up; a shell of what could be the new case design and a printout of the screen pasted on the front so I wouldn't call it a 'leak' of the device.

Re:Not an actual iPad 2 (1)

CharlyFoxtrot (1607527) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850192)

Camera on the back + really ugly speaker grate = fake.

Re:Not an actual iPad 2 (1)

mini me (132455) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850512)

They also said that the iPhone 4 was ugly and that Apple would never release something that looked like that.

Re:Not an actual iPad 2 (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850658)

They also said that the iPhone 4 was ugly and that Apple would never release something that looked like that.

Thats because they were holding it wrong.

Re:Not an actual iPad 2 (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850898)

Well, in their defense, the iPhone 4 WAS ugly. Then again, so was every other Apple device ever.

Beyond unlikely (2, Insightful)

DavidR1991 (1047748) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850136)

In my opinion, there are two big issues against this supposed iPad 2: First, prototypes of Apple stuff have shown up before (on eBay) - however the key thing is, they tend to use the name / badges of the previous generation, or their name plates are simply blank (prototype Macbooks had 'power book' on them and the prototype macbook air's badge was blank)

On top of that, Apple has so far never named a product with a '2'. There is no Macbook 2, no iPod touch '2', no iPhone 2 etc.

So the likelihood that a) the prototype is a reflection of the finished product (with a proper 'iPad 2' name on it) and b) Apple have put a '2' in a product's name seems doubtful

Re:Beyond unlikely (3, Insightful)

man_of_mr_e (217855) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850262)

Yeah, nobody has ever heard of the Apple 2. Right.

Re:Beyond unlikely (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850296)

Of course not! That was the Apple ][

Re:Beyond unlikely (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34851028)

Just do be even more complete:
][ ][+ //e //c //c plus //gs

etc

Re:Beyond unlikely (1)

DavidR1991 (1047748) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850312)

I agree. Apple II or Apple ][, sure. Apple '2'? What's an Apple '2'?

Actually for a better example, iPhone 4 would work better - complete forgot about that. But then they were somewhat pushed into that name (for clarity reasons) by the stupid names of the previous iPhones. Not so with the iPad

Re:Beyond unlikely (1)

man_of_mr_e (217855) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850500)

Well, interestingly, iPhone 3G was the 2nd generation, and iPhone 3GS was the third, iPhone 4 isn't 4G (though a 4G version could come out.. probably called iPhone 4GS or something).

There was also the Mac 2, which was an open design (compared to the original Mac)

Interestingly, apple supposedly has a rule about naming anything "3", based on the failure of the Apple 3, which is why they went from Mac 2 to Mac Quadra (skipping anything that sounds like 3), but they seem to have violated that rule for the 3G and 3GS.

4 to misleadingly suggest 4G (1)

traindirector (1001483) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850544)

iPhone 4 would work better - complete forgot about that. But then they were somewhat pushed into that name (for clarity reasons) by the stupid names of the previous iPhones.

Pushed into it? I'm pretty sure they named it 4 to suggest to those who haven't done research that it supports 4G wireless networks, so when providers and other manufactures advertise 4G service, people think "Apple has that!". I still hear it called "the iPhone 4G" from time to time.

If that wasn't the primary reason, it had to be part of the calculation.

Re:4 to misleadingly suggest 4G (1)

UnknowingFool (672806) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851150)

You do know that the iPhone 4 was actually the 4th version of the iPhone right? iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4. Maybe that was the simple explanation.

Re:4 to misleadingly suggest 4G (1)

traindirector (1001483) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851306)

You do know that the iPhone 4 was actually the 4th version of the iPhone right? ... Maybe that was the simple explanation.

Actually, it's not an explanation at all to the question "why did the company name the product with a version number at the end when they usually go out of their way to avoid doing this?".

Re:Beyond unlikely (1)

ColdWetDog (752185) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850352)

Yeah, nobody has ever heard of the Apple 2. Right.

Apple II

Get it right. There a pedants lurking about.

Re:Beyond unlikely (4, Funny)

AragornSonOfArathorn (454526) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850648)

Yeah, nobody has ever heard of the Apple 2. Right.

Apple II

Get it right. There a pedants lurking about.

Apple ][

Get it right. There a pedants lurking about.

Re:Beyond unlikely (2)

tlhIngan (30335) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850284)

No, the second-gen iPad will be called... "iPad" (generation 2, or iPad 2011 to differentiate it).

It's just a really well done mockup, I think, so the case manufacturer can show off their iPad 2G cases at CES. It's probably just a really well done mockup (it's non-functional if you look closely at the video and the screen).

I think the manufacturer just took Apple's mechanicals for the next gen iPad and created some mockups so they could test their fit and finish of their cases, and marketing took the mockups to show off how well their cases look at CES.

The real question is - did that manufacturer just lose their Apple accessory license because of this? Either that or they're going with preliminary specs, and Apple has been known to release mechanicals that are incorrect which is why usually the cases suck on release day, but after a month they tend to be really good.

Re:Beyond unlikely (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850988)

I think, so the case manufacturer can show off their iPad 2G cases at CES.

But why would Apple drop from 3G to the slower 2G network for the next generation iPad?...

Re:Beyond unlikely (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34851704)

That may depend on whether or not it's a total replacement to the product line. If iPads are handled like macs and most iPods yes,Apple will just replace the iPads they're selling with the new models.

However in the iPhone and iPod touch product lines Apple has recently been using the previous generation's best model and the low price point in the new product line (iPhone 3G being sold at the low end alongside the iPhone 3Gs for example). That strategy requires a new name for each generation so consumers know the difference between the cheap old model and the more expensive new model (there are usually also a stiorage capacity difference, but they don't want customers buying the iPhone with 8gb storage thinking they're buying an iPhone 3G with 8gb storage).

Re:Beyond unlikely (1)

galfridus73 (873250) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850376)

Not in recent memory, but the Apple II, the Macintosh II, Mac Classic II, Mac Color Classic II, and the Mac LC II all definitely came out.

Re:Beyond unlikely (1)

countSudoku() (1047544) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850624)

There's never been a Mac III though, since that number was deemed bad luck after the ill-fated Apple III. I have an Apple III keychain though, it's not yet disintegrated into a pile of dust like the traces on it's namesakes motherboard. :)

The coolest Apple series was the Apple IIc. Portable and a built in floppy drive. I ended up getting into Commodore 64, so I missed out on the early pre-Mac Apple gear. Good times!

Re:Beyond unlikely (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34851668)

There's never been a Mac III though, since that number was deemed bad luck after the ill-fated Apple III.

God, I love the Internet. [everymac.com]

Snuck (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850158)

Snuck [reference.com] is fine, no need to add "sneaked" to the tags

iPad, iSad (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850186)

At the risk of sounding disingenuous, can someone explain to me the appeal of the iPad? It seems to me that any iPhone or newer Android device can do everything an iPad can do AND they can make calls. A netbook can do everything an iPad can do (likely more) AND it has a keyboard. Don't get me wrong, I'm all about devices that challenge the market, and I can see the advantages of the iPad in specific situations (awesome device for hospital environments, imo. Great way to drop computer carts.), but for the everyday joe that's just goofing around on the internet only to set down their iPad to pick up their iPhone to make a call (which I've seen) seems utterly /headdesk worthy.

Re:iPad, iSad (0, Troll)

Pojut (1027544) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850252)

From the time my wife has spent with our neighbor's iPad during our normal weekend movie marathon, it seems best suited (for home use, anyway) when sitting on the couch. She finds the tablet form factor easier to wield than a laptop when staying stationary for long periods of time. Then again, her as-yet unending obsession with Plants vs Zombies may have something to do with that.

I'm more of a traditional laptop guy myself, but I can see the appeal. That being said, the only reasons I could see in choosing the iPad over a different tablet is the battery life and if you're already locked into iTunes...other than that, the differences between it and other offerings are negligible.

Re:iPad, iSad (0)

Pojut (1027544) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850298)

Please note that I'm aware Plants vs Zombies started life as a PC title. According to her, though, it's much better suited to a touch interface than a mouse (or controller) interface.

Re:iPad, iSad (2)

man_of_mr_e (217855) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850300)

Actually, there's skype for the ipad, so you can make internet based calls if you want. You would have to use speakerphone mode, or get a wired headset though.

Re:iPad, iSad (1)

jemtallon (1125407) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850488)

I had the same question and a friend of mine who owns one says his 2 big killer features are the battery life and the instant on. In his case, he likes to play games (Angry Birds, Plants vs Zombies) around the house, read ("especially on the toilet," he claims), and do quick lookups of movies and pop culture references while watching TV. Apparently for those uses, the instant on and long battery life make it a better fit than the smaller-screened phones and wait-for-boot netbooks. In my case, I don't mind using my phone for the searches, netbook for games, and ebook reader for reading. That being said, when the netbook and e-book reader start getting outdated, if I can consolidate them into one device I'd consider it.

Re:iPad, iSad (1)

tirerim (1108567) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850630)

It's useful if you want a big screen compared to a phone (useful for watching movies, or reading), but want something that's a bit lighter than a netbook (it's only 1.5 pounds, most netbooks weigh about twice that). Personally, I'd rather have a phone plus a netbook, because I want the extra capabilities of a real computer, but my girlfriend, who has neither a smartphone nor a netbook, loves her iPad.

Re:iPad, iSad (4, Informative)

Wyatt Earp (1029) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850740)

We use a ton of them for disability support, some of the apps on iOS (iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone) are replacing $2-5,000 stand alone dedicated devices.

A netbook or a laptop are over kill and or too complex for autistic kids or the programs aren't supported well or are very complicated and expensive.

We are replacing old Windows applications that cost 800-1200 dollars with an iPad and an app.

So some users a keyboard and mouse aren't as good of an interface as a touch screen.

This wasn't made by Apple. (4, Interesting)

rayd75 (258138) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850224)

It's a nice-looking iPad 2 style case for a first generation iPad. It's well-known that Apple only provides dimensions to case manufacturers in advance of product launches. At best, this is a manufacturer's attempt to visualize what they'll be working with but it's really nothing more than a first generation iPad in a one-off shell.

Re:This wasn't made by Apple. (1)

rayd75 (258138) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850814)

I changed my mind... I don't even think it's a functioning unit of any kind now. The screen is printed, not unlike a display model cell phone. Plenty of discrepancies in the graphics, including lack of proper shading and the use of iPhone-only app icons (calculator & weather) point to it being a quick photoshop.

No RIckroll? (4, Funny)

spinkham (56603) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850248)

Personally, I was expecting to see Rick Astley sing to me when I clicked this link. You missed a good opertunity, Slashdot...

Still not very convenient (2)

GPLHost-Thomas (1330431) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850288)

I think this big phone is still not so convenient to take phone calls on the subway... Have they ever thought about doing a smaller version that could fit in a pocket?

What's wrong with the iPads we got? (1)

calmofthestorm (1344385) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850322)

Drink pretty good don't it?

Re:What's wrong with the iPads we got? (1)

Stregano (1285764) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850464)

Uh, yeah, didn't the iPad come out last year? I would be pissed if I hopped on the bandwagon of iPad owners, to just have Apple release another one a year later

Re:What's wrong with the iPads we got? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850578)

I would be pissed if I hopped on the bandwagon of [b]iPhone[/b] owners, to just have Apple release another one a year later

fix'd

Re:What's wrong with the iPads we got? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34851210)

Uh, yeah, didn't the iPad come out last year? I would be pissed if I hopped on the bandwagon of iPad owners, to just have Apple release another one a year later

Then you'd be pissed for no reason because it indicates that you didn't research the product and company. Apple has been doing it for years. Also, what, when a new iPad comes out your original iPad suddenly stopped working? No.
I've got a 2nd Gen iPod Touch and it works just fine and will continue to work fine even though, gosh oh my, I'm two generations behind!

Didn't anyone notice? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850406)

The time on the "iPad Deux" is printed in a Romanji-esque typeface - the same as all of the knock-off products from Asia. Obviously fake.

Grumpy old man time (3, Insightful)

jollyreaper (513215) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850414)

I don't like how short these product generations are. Yes, I understand that perfect is the enemy of good and trying to shove everything into the product to make it the best can make it unaffordable. The conventional wisdom now is that Sony did screw up by trying to push the Blueray in the PS3 too early. It made the whole thing too expensive and ceded the high ground to Microsoft with the 360.

But I do have to wonder about a new pad coming a year later, as everyone and his brother claimed it would back when the first one launched. This new one is going to make the last one look like shit, right? Only a fucking barbarian would be stuck using such old kit. Rah rah. But seriously, what more can they stick in to make the thing better? Three years between refresh ok, I can see there will be some changes. But one year? It's just more marketing bullshit.

I'm not complaining as someone who doesn't see a place for gadgets. I like them. I'm a fan. But I don't like the wasteful, destructive, consumerist crap that goes along with it. Should we really be trading out gadgets every year? Should we naturally assume that any product should be EOL'd after three years? Should we really feel good about this endless stream of expensive trinkets that will go from awesomest thing ever to landfill in 18 months?

Re:Grumpy old man time (1)

Pojut (1027544) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850576)

I think the rapidly decreasing time between product generations (with the exception of gaming consoles...that's an entirely different conversation though) comes down to a few, simple reasons:

1. The technology snowball is getting huge, and as such its speed is increasing (i.e. better technology allows you to make even better technology with less effort...look at the technological difference between 100-1000 AD, 1001-1799 AD, 1800-1950, and 1950-2011.)

2. Money, money, money. As gadgets and various doodads become less for dorks and more for the general public, the market increases. A larger market generally means more people that are likely to be manipulated via marketing, and thus people can be convinced a minor improvement is larger than it really is.

3. The need to always be "cutting edge", which is a big part of Apple's image. If they went an entire year without refreshing any of their products, Apple fans would lose their collective shit. Whether it be for status purposes or legitimate gadget lust, the end result would be the same.

Re:Grumpy old man time (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850666)

If you care to read the business news, most of the people in the know do not think a new Apple product will come out this year. There may be updates to the existing product line, but no brand new product is expected. They think Apple might have outsmarted itself by coming out with a new thing every year. Just my opinion.

Re:Grumpy old man time (2)

Mr. Underbridge (666784) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850732)

I don't like how short these product generations are.

C'mon Grumpy, it should remind you of the halcyon days of the Detroit automotive industry, right down to the built-in obsolescence. After all, if you make the right product the first time, how the hell do you sell them once a year to rich kids?

And get the hell off my lawn.

Re:Grumpy old man time (1)

mini me (132455) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850790)

What is a reasonable upgrade timeframe?

Keep in mind that the original iPad does not stop working when a new one hits the store shelves. I am still using my iPhone 3G. It still does everything it did the day I purchased it. The release of the 3GS and 4 did not mean it needed to go straight to the landfill. It has lots of useful life left.

Re:Grumpy old man time (1)

Pojut (1027544) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851036)

Same way my wife feels about her second-gen iPod Touch. She's going to get an iphone 4 when they come to Verizon next month, so technically that will replace the Touch, but she's been quite happy with it. Granted, it can't play some of the newer games (Infinity Blade being a good example), but it still gets used quite a bit (although, at this point in its life, it functions mainly as a Netflix streamer/Plants vs Zombies player. It will be further demoted to a "music-only" device when it gets permanently docked at my desk at work, when she gets her iPhone.)

Hell, I'm still rocking a Rio Carbon as my main MP3 player :)

Re:Grumpy old man time (1)

ustolemyname (1301665) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851220)

The conventional wisdom now is that Sony did screw up by trying to push the Blueray in the PS3 too early. It made the whole thing too expensive and ceded the high ground to Microsoft with the 360.

Unless the point wasn't so much to beat Microsoft as it was to defeat HDDVD. In which case, big win. Maybe the wrong win, in light of the impending death of physical media, but still a win.

Re:Grumpy old man time (2)

toriver (11308) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851322)

Come, now: It's not like last year's model will stop working.

At least it is just one: I have a bigger problem with e.g. Nokia, releasing ten phone models a year, how many of them are they actually backing, how many will meet with success, how cheap and flimsy are they making them in order to spread their total market share between so many different devices?

Re:Grumpy old man time (1)

gknoy (899301) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851392)

There will always be SOME people willing to be bleeding-edge customers. They sometimes subsidize their upgrades by selling their older kit on ebay.

I Don't Buy It (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850504)

It's not covert until Apple sues. We all should know how Apple handles leaks from the iPhone 4 and Gizmodo incident.

Released to the Web? (1)

PCM2 (4486) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850528)

I'd figure any real covert video of a real prototype Apple product would be far too valuable and difficult to obtain to just post on YouTube for free.

Videographer is now in hiding... (1)

mgoheen (244365) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850704)

If you pause the video at around 0:42 you can get a fairly good picture of the guy filming this in the reflection on the screen. I have heard rumor that Apple has sequenced the several seconds that his image appears and have created a pretty good image of the culprit [gawker.com] . Monitoring of the various clandestine networks across Asia and the Middle East have uncovered price tags in upwards of six figures for his capture and delivery to Mr. Jobs himself.

it's a trap! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850720)

it's a trap!

When every new product is leaked... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34850900)

It's hard to believe that this hasn't become Apple's standard marketing ploy.

iPad 2 on the back? No way! (1, Interesting)

YesIAmAScript (886271) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850936)

Look at the back of your iPhone 4, does it say "iPhone 4"? No, it says iPhone.
Look at a new MacBook Air, does it say "MacBook Air 2" on it? No, it says MacBook Air.

Apple would never print iPad 2 on a 2nd generation iPad.

Wooohoo! (0)

McTickles (1812316) | more than 3 years ago | (#34850996)

Another iGizmo for iConsumers who don't know what to do with all their welfare moneys!

but whatever, I hope they realize there are cheaper alternatives to iPad someday...

--

www.twilightcampaign.net

Wrong typeface (1)

subw (1009205) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851054)

This looks pretty faky. They didn't even get the font on the back right, something which any real Apple designer would never do, even in a mockup. (The typeface is Helvetica or Arial while Apple uses Frutiger or Myriad for writing "iPad".)

Disappointed (1)

avatar4d (192234) | more than 3 years ago | (#34851642)

It is really disappointing to see things like this, which are not even close to being newsworthy, becoming front-page material.
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