The iPad 3 will be announced very soon most probably on the 7th of March 2012, and as its expected March release is getting nearer by the minute, the rumors are rushing to get compiled in all colors and forms, posting pictures, specifics and other often inconsistent statements for the most recent version of the game- changing and industry-defining tablet. The most up-to-date statements include things like:
The next generation iPad will feature an enhanced processor. I've been expecting this will be the A6 chip, but the latest photos claim the CPU is to be labeled as the A5X.
This could possibly suggest we won't see a quad-core iPad after all, but may also refer to a much-improved graphics support (the 'X'), probably making use of just lately-revealed technologies from Creative imagination.
That the system will be speedier is in no doubt: and graphics support should directly come in the second place of the most probable anticipations.
Lately, pictures originating from MIC Gadget state to display the iPad 2 right beside the iPad 3. These images propose the new tablet will be more tapering because it appears to be set to be a 1-1.5mm thicker. The extra space could very well be allocated for the battery LTE models of the device.
MIC Gadget also states the tablet will be built in with a less wide frame -- this system is all about that high-resolution Retina Display screen. The report also says the camera will be enhanced and that the new iPad will be available with an up to 128GB total capacity.
This weekend a Chinese forum posted grainy pictures of what it claimed to be the iPad Retina Display development line, stating a 2,048-x-1,536 display and that the manufacturer is or was Samsung.
MacRumors past week said to have received an iPad 3 display. The site analyzed this system and discovered it to have four times the pixel density of the iPad 2, one more time boasting a 2,048-by-1,536 pixel display.
Office for iPad, camera enhancement:
The iPad' camera appears to be set for enhancement. Apple Daily lately said this will be substituted by an 8-megapixel CCD, which is in compliance and conformity with the latest rumours.
Microsoft is currently developing a version of Office for iPad 3. The Daily claims that iPad versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint are planned to be dispatched for acceptance by Apple's App Store team "very shortly".
Word, Excel and PowerPoint files can be produced and modified on local machines as well as online -- and there's no strategy to introduce these apps for Android.
iTunes is also planned for enhancement, with the company preparing an upgrade of the service. Apple will concentrate on interactivity and functionality here, obviously, so I'm expecting time extended music previews, possible track loading and buffering, and some encouraged enhancements in Ping and iTunes social networking skills.
Lastly, Apple seems planning to launch the iPhone 5 by Christmas 2012 just as have happened with the iPhone 4S. Apple had performed greatly over the Christmas season with that particular device, which sold 37 million units in just couple of weeks.