We have some fresh details on the rumored iPad 3 tablet device to share with you now, as it has been reported that the device will be upgraded with a new display, capable of outputting twice the resolution quality seen on the current iPad.
Once again, the details have surfaced from deep with inside the iOS 5 beta, as images uploaded to Apple Insider confirm that the resolution of the new iPad will be boosted to 2048 x 1536 pixels, compared with the current resolution of 1024×768.
If the higher resolution is confirmed for the iPad 3, it will mean that the device will follow similar upgrade tactics that Apple used for the iPhone 4, by upgrading their display screen with the Retina display compared to the old one on the iPhone 3GS.
What we don’t know yet, is when the device will release, as speculation is still brewing that it could be out before the end of the 2011. Could we enter a scenario where Apple’s Fall event introduces a new iPhone, new iPod Touch, and a new iPad? If that’s the case, then it’s going to be a event to look forward to for sure. Don’t forget that iOS 5 is due out in September as well, so all in all it’s great news for Apple fans.
What are your thoughts on this? Are you looking forward to hearing details on the iPad 3, or is it all about the iPhone 5 for you?
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