The iPad 2 sent waves all over the world when it was recently released on the market. The waves were so huge; Apple is having hard time keeping up with the demand for the iPad’s successor. Just recently, Apple shocked us all when it announced that it was soon to make the white iPhone 4 available on the market. Now, when we are currently recovering from the 2nd generation iPad craze, rumors have been found about the new iPad 3.
One of the rumors flying around is the tablet’s display. We hoped that the iPad 2 would come with a Retina Display, which is also found on the iPhone 4. So, will it come with the new slate? Some are hopeful; some are not. Most people say that it will come with either full HD or an AMOLED panel.
There have been confirmed reports of Apple’s application on the US patent office for an innovative approach to stereoscopic technology. Does this mean that we will see a 3D display on the tablet without the need for 3D glasses? We certainly hope so.
With news of the iPad 3 roaming around, a lot of people are wondering what iOS version the tablet will run on. Most anticipate the slate will be running on the iOS 5. Since this updated version of the Apple OS is anticipated to come out this summer alongside the iPhone 5, there is a lot who expect the tablet to be unveiled in June on Apple’s WWDC in San Francisco.
We presumed that Apple would include a USB port on the iPad and then the iPad 2. Sadly, it did not come with both devices. Despite the disappointment, it is rumored that the tablet will come with the latest Thunderbolt port, which can be seen on the Apple MacBook Pro. This has the ability to transfer HD movies in approximately 30 seconds.
There is no official news about the release date and price, but we’re sure that when it does come out it too will create a craze.