Last month Bloomberg reported that Apple’s next-generation “iPad 3″ is set for a March release and it will come equipped with a quad-core processor and LTE 4G chipset (among other things). Today, BGR revealed that one of their sources is in possession of a next-generation iPad prototype:
Last July, a Taiwanese site called Apple.pro leaked pictures of what they where claiming was an “iPad 3″ dock connector and ribbon cable (pictured above). Even though the dock connector doesn’t reveal much about the alleged iPad 3 it belongs to, Apple’s suppliers have certainly taken the leak seriously.
This is the seventy-first episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the Jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2, Absinthe for Windows and Mac, Retina iPad rumors, iBooks…
Today’s release of iBooks 2 brought more than just digital textbooks, it also included references and images for a high-resolution (Retina) iPad with two times the iPad 2′s current resolution. Here’s a picture of the actual iPad @2x retina files (from 9to5Mac):
Over the past few years it seems like Apple has stolen the spotlight from other technology companies with the releases of their popular PC and Post-PC products. However, despite Apple’s impressive sales figures, they just haven’t been able to overtake the biggest PC manufacturer: HP (Hewlett-Packard) – until now!
According to Bloomberg, Apple’s next-generation “iPad 3″ has entered production stages and they’re on track for a March release date.
Today Apple has started sending out invitations to a special eduction media event that they’ll host in New York City next Thursday, January 19th.
Onlive, a cloud game streaming service, recently announced that they will be expanding into a different form of cloud-computing. Starting this Thursday, January 12th, Onlive will offer a full-blown virtual desktop service for mobile devices.