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    iPad 2 could sport vibrating motor

    iPad 2 could sport vibrating motor

    iPad 2 could sport vibrating motor

    —GlobalDirectParts, consumer electronics parts supplier for iPad and a source that has proven reliable in the past for revealing components that will allegedly be part upcoming Apple products, has added two interesting new items to its website in conjunction with Apple’s upcoming next-generation iPad.

    iPad 2 could have a motor that vibrates, possibly for interactive gaming and such

    The first is an OEM Apple iPad 2 LCD screen, which looks to be the high resolution display we’ve been hearing about. The second component of interest is an OEM Apple iPad vibrating motor, which would be a completely new addition to the iPad 2, considering the current iPad does not include a vibrate function.

    Posted 1/18/11

    David Novak
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