The image uploader reportedly said iPad 3 shipments were already on their way to America as the post had gone live.
A Google-translation from the Weibo and WeiPhone forum posts is provided by 9to5mac:
“Friends broke the news: Chengdu International Airport at major international cargo charter flights, cargo owners demanding security, from CTU takeoff by stop PVG Shanghai, and then directly to ORD Chicago, the JFK New York, LAX in Los Angeles, March 9, completed before transport. According to the privately disclosed the Chengdu F production for the U.S. A company’s latest products… Received friends inside information, Chengdu International Airport night cargo charter flights, said the owner of the security demanding, and in private that the Chengdu Fu X Kang new products. Takes note of the location of the United States (ORD Chicago, JFK New York, LAX in Los Angeles).”
The blog further includes a translation from a Chinese speaking reader who reportedly said, “Our company started undertake a load of top-secured cargo. The owner has extreme requirements for the security. In order to prevent the cargo from being dragged on the airport ramp for too long, as well as shortening the time the cargo stay on the airport ramp, we hereby require XXXX to schedule all the XXX cargo planes from Feb. 26 to Mar. 9. to XXX slot.”
Apple is widely expected to unveil its next generation of iPad computers at an event scheduled for March 7 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California.