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iPad HD will hit stores on March 16th

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Okay, so we know that the name of the next Apple tablet is iPad HD, we know it will have a super high-resolution 2048x1536 display, we know that it will be packing 4G LTE connectivity, and now we know when you'll be able to get your hands on one. As we'd guessed previously, the iPad HD, which Apple will be announcing tomorrow, will be available on March 16th for purchase. Apple Stores are already planning for the launch, which would take place 9 days after tomorrow's announcement. That's a similar timeline to iPad launches in years past, and is therefore not surprising. Our friends at 9to5Mac are reporting that they've received similar information.

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Video shows iPad 3 Retina display

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Displays, Handhelds, Rumors, Videos

The other day we filled you in on details about the iPad 3, which will feature a 2048x1536 display, as confirmed by our friends at MacRumors. Now, the folks over at iFixIt are chiming in, explaining the process of figuring out that the purported iPad 3 panel will feature a Retina Display. Check out the video above for the details. Of course, Apple has yet to officially announce anything having to do with the next iPad, and won't be saying anything until March 7, so this is all just a hypothesis. Nevertheless, this is  what's gonna happen. Expect it!


iPad 3 will feature a 2048x1536 Retina display

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, HDTV, Rumors

iPad 3 Retina Display proof

If you were curious if the iPad 3 would ship with a Retina display after all the rumors, well, wonder no more. MacRumors has independently confirmed that the panels that are to be used in the next iPad sport twice the linear resolution as the original iPad and iPad 2, sporting four times as many pixels. The site obtained one of the new panels and put it under a microscope in order to check out the pixel density. The results show that the pixels in the newer display panel are a quarter of the size of the pixels found in previous models.

MacRumors does note that the panels are not directly from Apple, however, they are listed as OEM replacement displays for the iPad 3 and are in mass production. The difficulty in creating 9.7" display panels with a 2048x1536 resolution make this all but obvious that these are for the next iPad.


Apple considering Samsung AMOLED panels for iPad 3

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Displays, Handhelds, Rumors

iPad displayA Korean paper is claiming that Apple is teaming up with Samsung to bring its Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode (AMOLED) display technology to the iPad 3.

A "source" allegedly told The Korea Herald that "Apple wants to tap into Samsung's AMOLED technology for an upgraded version of the iPad 2." The site also claimed that Apple chief operating officer Tim Cook started chatting with Samsung about the possibility of integrating the technology on a recent trip to South Korea, and it pegs the end of the year for the launch of Apple's next-generation tablet.

Apple didn't upgrade the iPad's display with the second iteration of the device it released in March, and rumors about the fabled iPad 3's screen have already started to trickle in. Earlier this month, reports circulated that the next iPad will feature a 3D display.

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