For the last week or so, the rumor mill has been in overdrive on the subject of the iPad 2 and what kind of higher-resolution display it might have. According to one pundit, those of you waiting for something awesome might be disappointed.
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By the time it was actually released, Apple's tablet computer was akin to a magical unicorn -- a fantasy beast seen by only the favored few, though many, many people told wild tales about it. But as it turns out, the iPad did have some magic tricks up its sleeve: it has "magically" provided Apple with a gateway into the enterprise -- and no, we're not referencing the Starship. We're talking about men and women in suits crunching numbers; a world where Apple hasn't been yet able to gain much ground. Well, until the iPad that is.
Apple seems to be doing a boffo job of pushing iPhone users toward their latest and greatest version of iOS, if new data is any indication -- nearly 90 percent of all iPhone users are on some form of iOS 4, with more than 50 percent of those rockin’ on the latest, 4.2.1.
If a Chinese case manufacturer is to be believed, Apple’s next iPad may come with quite a few new ports and functionality -- including both front and rear cameras, an SD card slot and even a port that appears to accept a mini DisplayPort cable.
Apple’s custom A4 chip introduced with the iPad a year ago was certainly impressive -- but let’s face it, that’s so 2010. The stars are aligning and they seem to indicate that this year’s iDevices will be taking a major step forward with a dual-core A5 processor.
News Corp.’s fabled iPad-only news publication The Daily hasn’t even seen the light of day yet, but that hasn’t stopped the tech world from probing to find out more information on just how the publisher and Apple plan to handle magazine subscriptions on the new venture.
On the heels of speculation about the iPad 2 getting double the resolution and a dual-core GPU, a few other tidbits leaked out over the weekend involving parts already on sale for the unannounced device as well as three mysterious SKUs for the iPad that have landed in Best Buy’s database.
Over the weekend, iPad 2 rumors and speculation were churning away with wild abandon, including the revelation that Apple may be including graphics in their own apps that are double the current device’s resolution -- and that a refresh of the tablet will include a dual-core GPU to handle them.