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Apple’s iPad event ended three hours ago, and things are just now starting to quiet down. As most of you know, today was a big day for the Cupertino company, who made a number of big announcements.

Apple introduced two new major products, along with some new software, and dropped some interesting info. And for those of you who had trouble keeping up with everything, we’ve created a nice little roundup…

Tim Cook talked some numbers

There are now over 315 million iOS devices in the wild
Apple sold 62 million iPhones, iPods and iPads last quarter
These mobile products make up 76% of Apple’s revenue
Over 100 million users on iCloud
More than 25 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store
Apple’s retail stores saw more than 110 million visitors in 2011
iOS 5.1 was announced, and became available for download

The update includes a number of bug fixes along with new features including a redesigned camera app and Japanese Siri
iOS 5.1 lock screen camera
Apple unveiled a new Apple TV

The $99 set top box comes with some upgraded hardware for viewing 1080p content, and features an all-new user interface
There is also a software update for the Apple TV 2
See our hands on video
Netflix now offers 1080p content for Apple TV
New Apple TV features an A5 processor
Apple also introduced a new iPad

It has a Retina display (watch Infinity Blade: Dungeons trailer)
A beefed-up processor
Dictation (no Siri)
An upgraded 5MP camera (check out these photos taken with the new iPad)
4G LTE capable (see 4G pricing)
10 hour battery life, 9 hours on LTE
Starting at $499
Full iPad 3 specs
Pre-order now
Available March 16
Watch the new iPad video
Watch the new iPad TV ad
Watch the full keynote
The keynote in 90 seconds
Why the new iPad is called “iPad”
And a new iPhoto app for iOS

Smart photo browsing
Multi-touch editing
Professional quality effects
Beam photos from device to device
Universal app
Available today for $4.99
iPhoto doesn’t use Google Maps
The 16GB iPad 2 will be sticking around with a $100 price drop. You can get the Wi-Fi model for $399 or the 3G + Wi-Fi model for $529.

Pre-orders for the new iPad start today, and it will be available for purchase on March 16th.

If you’re more of a visual person, the entire event is online for your viewing pleasure. Apple has also uploaded the first TV ad for the new iPad entitled “This Good.”

Apple is expected to refresh the Apple TV to a 3rd generation that has a new A5X CPU that is 2 times faster than the predecessor which used an A4 CPU. The new Apple TV should support 1080P video along with full mirror support with all devices including the iPad 3, iPad 2, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 4. Bluteooth 4.0, new standard of full sharing/streaming, is also expected to be included.

Find out what Apple will unveil at their conference in San Francisco, CA @ 10:30am. Here is a link to a live blog.

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An example iPad 3 app screenshot simulated using the Retina Simulator tool.

The forthcoming March 7 announcement of a third-generation iPad will (again) force third-party developers to update user interfaces with high-resolution graphic assets that will take advantage of the tablet’s substantial pixel density increase. Some developers took to Twitter to complain that Apple currently does not provide tools for them to test how apps will look on the iPad 3. Enter Ryan Petrich, who is an iOS developer and mobile engineer at Medialets.

With a bit of good ole’ under-the-hood pluming, Petrich put together a nifty hack that lets developers test existing iPad apps on iPad 3′s Retina Display. It reportedly maxes out at a whopping 2048-by-1536 pixel resolution. The tool is called “Retina Simulator,” and it is available free of charge here.

Developer Steve Troughton-Smith tapped Petrich’s tool to create gorgeous high-resolution screenies depicting how incredibly crisp and detailed Retina-optimized apps will look on the upcoming iPad 3. Just click on any image in this article for full-resolution awesomeness. Marvel. Repeat.

Meanwhile, a credible publication analyzed server logs and found traces of iOS 6.0 and iPads rocking Retina Display originating from Apple’s Cupertino campus.

Continue reading for more information on this and concerns related to over-the-air distribution of Retina-optimized iPad 3 apps.

By doubling the iPad’s 1024-by-768 pixel resolution, Apple is effectively squeezing in four times more pixels on the same 7.9-inch display surface. Not only is display data quadrupled as a result (requiring more powerful graphics, backlighting and power to drive those pixels), but developers now have to cope with Retina-quality artwork that will up the size of Retina-optimized iPad 3 app binaries as opposed to the non-optimized, pixel-doubled counterparts. TUAW has done a great post with lots of math detailing what exactly constitutes a Retina Display—a catchy moniker cooked up in Apple’s marketing kitchen.

As noted by MacStories, real-world issues for developers boil down to size limitations imposed on iOS app binaries. As you know, Apple is currently limiting per-app binary size over 3G cellular connections to 20 megabytes (no limit for App Store downloads over Wi-Fi). If history is an indication, we should see this ceiling raised as the iPad 3 hits the market to 40 megabytes per app. Carriers in the United States and elsewhere quietly raised 3G download limits from 10- to- 20 megabytes per app six months ahead of the June 2010 iPhone 4 release.

The move made sense as iPhone 4 brought the then-new 960-by-640 pixel Retina Display. As a result, Retina-optimized app downloads have grown in size. On a final note, Ars Technica today discovered references in its logs from mobile device visits located inside Apple’s corporate IP block in Cupertino. Per server analytics, these devices —quite possibly next-generation iPads tested by Apple employees—run iOS 5/5.0.1/5.1/6. Some also sport a screen resolution of 2048-by-1536 pixels. All told, next Wednesday cannot come soon enough.

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