All the cool features in iOS 4.3 have gotten us all excited over how they'll work with the iPad 2.0, but when will we actually be able to try them out together? Now a source in Germany claims to have a release date. The iPad first hit Apple stores on April 3, 2010, so most of us have suspected that the next gen iPad will arrive about a year later. Apple has a record of refreshing products on a yearly schedule, but the demand for the updated iPad has been so great, there were rumors that the next model might come sooner. Now if looks like the second gen iPad will arrive right on schedule, as German site MacNotes.de reports that the iPad 2.0 will make its debut on one of the first two Saturdays in April. That would be April 2 or April 9. The site also reports that as with the first iPad, the new model is expected to be available exclusively in the US for its first three months and only at Apple Stores for up to six months. Other retailers currently selling the iPad, like Target, Walmart and Best Buy may have to wait until fall. This part of the report doesn’t make much sense and I have to question it.