Rumours around the ipad 3s expected features and release date are once again doing the rounds. This time Apple rumour mongers customize the lease by having an alleged casing photo leak.
What you should expect and What not to Expect?
The photo clearly depicts the back-housing from the next ipad (presumably the ipad 3 or ipad HD). The look is courtesy of Repair Labs Blog, which states the back-housing on ipad 3 is going to be just like the one on previous model.
Though, expect a more substantial battery, slightly revamped logic board, new cameras, plus a different screen. The rumour mills so far have been consistent with the leaked images, which give us a semblance of hope and belief on what to expect from the most-awaited gadget this year.
Sources close to Apple have previously hinted that the new ipad will go dynamic with double resolution Retina display (an astonishing 2048 x 1536 pixels), while the device probably will resemble its predecessor in looks. However, expect the new tablet to become a millimetre thicker in comparison overall.
Also about the cards will be the A6 CPU and also the ipad 3 is expected to flaunt an extremely powerful GPU, that is consistent with our expectations. However the amaze is that the A6 will not feature a quad-core chip and instead will retain dual-core from the original configuration.
Previous stories concerning the ipad 3 with a quad-core processor plus an LTE capability onboard clearly seem inaccurate for a few valid reasons. Primarily, a quad-core redesign would incur additional costs and time that can further delay the discharge with the most-anticipated tablet.
As for 4G LTE connectivity, Qualcomms chipset might find the light of day only in the second or third quarter of 2012, which in effect could delay Apples ipad 3 whether its adopted.
So far as the production date goes, a February announcement is not likely. So, is there a catch? Consider last years ipad 2 release during the early March that bided time in finding resellers before striking the stores which is likely that Apple would repeat the same feat this coming year.
Release Dates Quagmire
Besides, Apple has a policy of following upgrades and releases promptly on the periodic basis.