BY admin | December 24, 2011
The tech giant is all set to release Apple iPad 3 on 24 Feb coinciding with the birth anniversary of Steve Jobs. Here are 4 must have features in the new iPad
With the year 2011 coming to a close, and the new year beginning very shortly, reports have started doing the rounds about the possible launch of iPad 3, the Cupertino based tech giant’s super successful tablet’s forthcoming edition. Reports appearing in different media outlets have suggested that Apple may release the new iPad version as early as the fourth week of February.
Reports suggest that Apple may launch the new generation iPad may be released earlier than expected and reports indicate that Apple seems to have made its mind of launching it on the birth anniversary of the late company founder Steve Jobs.
A PCMag report suggests that the new iPad 3 will be released on 24 February, the birth anniversary of late Steve Jobs, the iconic founder of Apple, the largest technology company in the world. There are two probabilities, one is that Apple unveils iPad 3 on that day and then release it in the market in early March.
Meanwhile there are rumors that Apple may come up with major up-gradation for its new iPad tablet to leave competitors further behind. Now it is time for Apple to notch things up to a whole new level. And this can be done by introducing the immensely powerful quad core A6 processor. According to senior analyst Kevin Krewell, a quad core A6 can be a direct competitor to Nvidia’s much touted Kal-El series. As a matter of fact, A6 can tip the scale to its favor by having a cost (and power) effective 28 nm semiconductor technology (as compared to 40 nm of Kal-El).
Another important aspect where Apple iPad can get further improvement is its display. The Cupertino based tech giant has made it almost clear that they will look forth to integrate an advanced Retina Display like feature in iPad 3′s 10 inch screen. If integrated, the forthcoming iPad will have a whopping 2,048×1,536 resolution ‘dense’ display. Though, according to some experts, this may not be required for iPad’s larger screen (as it is not held close to the eyes). Even an intermediate 1,600×1,200 resolution display will appeal to the (tablet) users.
Another aspect that will certainly be integrated into the new iPad is cloud computing. With iOS 5 it can be easily integrated on iPad 3. With this function at the tip of their hands, users will now be able to have access to better storage and sharing of media not only in their device, but also through cloud features.
With Apple already putting 8MP camera in its new iPhone 4S, people are looking forward to having similar camera in the new version of the top selling tablet.