IPad 3 Rumours

November 4, 2011 by staff 

IPad 3 Rumours, Rumors that Apple might be better distributed, even if they originated outside the company directly. With the launch of the iPhone behind us and the next versions of everything you feel a little less secure, we are all starting to wonder what Apple has in store for us next year.

Most predictions agree that a 3 iPad is in the works with most of those who accept it will be in March. New reports suggest it could be the summer before new iPhone hardware is, however, which may indicate major changes to the unity of what we were expecting something else.

The initial speculation seemed to say that the next iPad would be minimal changes to the construction thinner and longer battery life. Others say that the screen resolution has been greatly improved and we will see the backlight. Others are still in search of better cameras (front and rear) and a microphone suitable for use with Suri. It might be selfish of me, but I would see all those things.

If DigiTimes is correct, there will be two iPad launches from next year with a subtle improvement first and followed by a more substantial change in the future. Anything is possible, but it would go against the “once a year update schedule of all IOS devices have always followed, so it is unlikely.

The other products online from Apple is expected to see significant redesign next year, with revisions planned for the iMac, iPhone and MacBook Air. Given the availability of upcoming Intel processors Ivy Bridge seems prudent to expect these devices will be slimmer design and more powerful hardware running this cooler operation.

I wonder why the MacBook Pro has not been mentioned. It may go without saying that this product would have a facelift as well, but I’m starting to wonder if the MacBook Air will not be powerful enough to dissolve the need for a professional.

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