March Shoppers Guide: Tesla Model 3, iPad Air 3, LG G5…

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With so many products coming out in just a few months’ time, and with just so much salary we’re paid for, how are we going to spend it all on the these fabulous releases? We’re talking about the highly-anticipated Tesla Model 3, the iPad Air 3 that would undergo extreme weight-loss regimen, and the weirdly-slotted LG G5. But we’re still going to want them all; how can you resist them?!

Tesla will be unveiling its long-awaited Model 3 and we hear that there will be at least 2 different versions of the car, and we cannot be more excited. One of them could be a sedan and another, a small crossover built on the same platform. Rumour also has it that we could be expecting the Model 3 to be a smaller version of the Model X with its Falcon Wing doors.

Then, there’s the iPad Air 3! It’s going to have a 9.7-inch screen (and it’s expected to be launching alongside an “iPhone 5se” as well), though exact dates are still to be confirmed. Accordingly, Apple has also been in the works of testing the iPad Air 3 with the Apple Pencil, so if this turns out to be true, we’re betting that sales figures would sway from iPad Pro to the iPad Air 3. That’s because portability would be a huge considerable factor prior to purchasing one.

Last but not least, the LG G5 that has been receiving quite a lot of attention as of late. Apparently, it’s going to have this removable battery slot, and people have been going crazy thinking of it as it seems pretty unusual. But that could definitely allow it to stand out from the crowd, hands down. Let’s not forget that it’s going to be nostalgic too (remember those classic Nokia 2300 with the removable battery trays?); it’s going to hit us hard.

We are only a little less than 2 months to the official releases of these 3 (or more) products and god knows how excited we are now. Stay tuned for more updates as the progress develops. In the meantime, tell us which is it that you’re looking forward to the most?

Always looking for something new to learn, Mario looks at the internet as one big startup. With him at the helm, continues to head in the right direction of providing high quality and unbiased information on the latest new car models and electronics.