The most stunning feature in the new Apple iPad is Retina Display. Making the iPad Retina Display has been a challenge for Apple’s manufacturing partners. The manufacturing partners are utilizing advanced technology like Super High Aperture (SHA) pixel design and they have packed in double the LEDs for backlighting.
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Apple iPad 3 Posts
The iPad 3 is going to be released in 4 days, but 9to5Mac has debunked a rumor that the new tablet would have a $70-$80 price increase. A source with 9to5 tipped them that prices for the new iPad will be consistent with the first two versions. The specs/prices are expected to be ranged from $499 for 16GB WiFi to $829 for 64GB WiFi+3G. Looks like we won’t be seeing a 128GB iPad based on this source though.
An image of the Apple iPad 3 motherboard has been leaked. The above image shows that the tablet runs on an A5X central processor and it has a pair of flash memory chips. The iPad 3 is also believed to have an 8-megapixel camera and 2048×1536 Retina Display. [MacRumors]
According to a new rumor, Apple is planning on announcing the iPad 3 on Wednesday March 7, 2012. The iPad 3 is expected to have a 2048×1536 Retina Display. The iPad 3 is expected to have a quad-core Apple A6 system-on-a-chip with a 4G LTE connection. [imore]
Apple Inc. is not expected to launch an iPad 3 in February, but they are rumored to be planning on an event in March for it. The event will be in San Francisco, supposedly at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The device is expected to be available for purchase one week after the event. Yesterday I wrote about how the iPad 3 is expected to have a faster dual-core processor rather than a quad-core.
Above is a leaked photo of what is believed to be the case back for an iPad 3. On the left is the case back for an iPad 2 and on the right is the leaked photo for case back of an iPad 3. Comparing them side-by-side allows us to make some guesses about what the iPad 3 will be like.
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The next generation Apple iPad is expected to go on sale this March and is rumored to have a high-definition screen and run on a faster quad-core processor. It is also believed to have support for LTE next-generation wireless networks according to sources with Bloomberg. Mass production for the device started at the beginning of this month with factories running 24 hours a day in China. [Bloomberg]