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Apple sells 1 million iPads
The company didn’t say how many iPads of each model were sold, but we do know that on April 8 during the iPhone OS 4 event, Apple CEO Steve Jobs said the company had sold 450,000 iPads, so sales have remained brisk. The first model of the iPad, known as the Wi-Fi-only model for its most notable difference from the new 3G version, hit the market April 3. Ahead of Apple’s announcement, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said he believes Apple sold about 300,000 iPad 3Gs in its opening weekend of sales. In fact, many of the Apple retail stores that Munster checked on Sunday afternoon had already sold out of the 3G models.In all, it took Apple 28 days to reach the 1 million mark in iPad sales. The company also said that iPad customers have downloaded over 12 million apps and more than 1.5 million e-books from the iBookstore since the launch on April 3.iPad 3G differences (photos)See full gallery1 Apple sets the stage for next week’s iPad 3 event
SAN FRANCISCO–Apple today began adorning the outside of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts ahead of its media event next week.That event, which is widely expected to bring the next version of its iPad, is once again taking place here. Apple has used it as its venue of choice for the iPad, as well as for its music-themed events that have brought new versions of the iPod.In typical fashion, Apple has covered up the front of the building with its logo, once again choosing a multicolored paint splatter design similar to the one it used when first introducing the tablet in 2010. Last year the company went with a decidedly more minimal look.CNET took a field trip down the street to snap a few shots of the venue getting all dressed up, which you can check out in the slideshow below. The event itself is Wednesday, and kicks off at 10 a.m. PT. CNET will be there to cover it live. Expect more details on that early next week. Apple preps the scene for iPad event (ph…See full gallery1