New iPad 2 Like iPhone 4: No white version then?

By Posted 26 Sep 2010, 10:23

Rumors of the next iPad have been heating up now, and the most popular is that the iPad will be a 7-inch version. We still do not know what the design will look like, but an article on TopicFire suggests that it could look like the current iPhone 4.

According to Shanzai.com, who is the original source of the story, the new iPad certainly looks as though it will have a smaller display. We have to wonder how much truth there is in this – why would you want a tablet device that looks like an iPhone 4?

We know how nicely designed the fourth-generation iPhone is, but being increased to 7-inches will look a bit strange, as well as the fact that a white version could suffer the same delay as the Apple smartphone has.

Rik Henderson from Pocket-lint believes that there could be some truth to the rumor, as the new iPad will have a front-facing camera and FaceTime as well.

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  • xiaoa10

    Honestly speaking, The most important reazon is that the screen size is very comfortable, which can make me enjoying movies on my ipad, not so, i also order a Aneesoft dvd to
    ipad converter and Netflix app, both all can make my "home theater" more perfect!B)
    but if Apple reduce the ipad size to 7-inch, I I would rather use my cell phone whtch movie.

  • Jambo

    Yeah, as a Iphone 4 owner who has been holding off for the 2nd gen Ipad, would have absolutely NO interest in a 7 inch version. I really hope this is not the case.

  • billy

    Smaller screen??? okay… so I have an iPhone, why would I want an iPad now?

    pointless… keep the 9.7" screen… or make it an even 10". Don't go smaller!!!

  • xvger

    my wife would like this smaller version as it will fit to her purse :-) and it has more space as a iphone or ipod

  • Seven InchNo

    7-inch tablets hitting stores soon — Steve Jobs said these devices were too small for a pleasant touchscreen experience.

    “7-inch tablets are tweeners: too big to compete with a smartphone and too small to compete with the iPad,” said Jobs.

    Enough said, NO Apple 7" device!

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