What would iPad3 Looked Like
The second generation of the Apple’s tablet had hit the market and strengthened the image of the company as the king of the tablets. At least, it still has a competitive advantage than the closest competitor, the Motorola’s Xoom, at three aspects, namely weight, thickness and price tags. However, Apple’s product launching patterns had given raise to the expectance of the next tablet generation, which is code named iPad3. Just like all of the Apple’s products, the rumor had taken the control of the public expectance, which is fuelled by a quake triggering leak or accident just like the iPhone a few years ago.
This time, the combination of expert analysis, words of mouth, public expectance and dim hints from insiders compose the prediction. The iPad3 is difficult to predict though since there is not yet any hint about the exact date of its release. Apple’s 6 months cycle should set the date to be the next September for the US and October or UK or European and Asia. If the prediction upon the date is true, then Apple’s next tablet will still employ the A5 processor, a processor which is also applied in its older brother. If the date is false and the date is located somewhere in 2012, then the employment of a more powerful A6 processor can be expected. Such processor will be best matched with the PowerVR SGX543MP2 graphics and hence this sector will be similar with the older generation. However, an Apple lover can expect an inclusion of the Retina Display in the next tablet. So far, this exciting feature is available only in iPhone 4 and had received many positive comments from adorers.
iPad3 in 2011
One thing that can be made rather sure is probably the integration of cloud computing in the next tablet which makes the newest generation will easily handles other sites that had already integrates this latest computing style. The iPad3 should have the necessary resources for doing that since it will inherit the Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity from its predecessor, although the inclusion of 128G will make the off cloud computing rather insignificant. However, with Apple showing obvious signs of interest for Near Field Communication, one can expect that an NFC will be planted in the machine and enable users to control the tablet from an iPhone 5. The compelling Thunderbolt port, which had been applied successfully for the 2011 MacBook Pro, can be expected to present in the new tablet.