Reports are being published that Apple’s new iPad 3 might include a new “Feel Screen” technology. Senseg, the company that develops panels based on haptic display technology has hinted that the new iPad might include their “feel screens”.
Apple has made a series of changes to the App Store ahead of today’s announcement, including some design and speed enhancements for the iPad, as well as a new “Catalogs” category.
Chronic Wire points out some details from debug screenshots originally posted by BRG that suggest the next iPad will indeed feature 1GB of RAM.
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Using Find my iPhone, San Jose police were able to track down a stolen iPad, and discover one of the nation’s single largest crystal meth stockpiles ever in the process!
The Verge reports that tomorrow’s iPad announcement will feature a dual-core A5X-powered iPad with 4G LTE support and 1GB of RAM, as well as a new Apple TV with 1080p video capabilities.
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Apple iPad 3 announcement is less than 24 hours away. What should you expect from the big announcement? I’ve compiled a list of what I think is likely to take place at the event – hopefully I’m not too far off the mark!
Reuters adds their report to several recent claims that the iPad 3 (or iPad HD) will feature support for high-speed 4G LTE data.
According to a “reliable” Apple Store source, Apple’s next-gen iPad is set to hit store shelves on March 16th, nine days after tomorrow’s announcement.
A pair of new reports suggest that Apple’s next iPad won’t be called the iPad 3, as many have expected, but will instead be called the iPad HD due to its inclusion of a high resolution Retina display.
Mobile payment company Square, makers of easy payment solutions for iOS devices, has announced a new iPad app called Square Register, which aims to replace traditional cash registers with iPads.
A new report detailing alleged suppliers working to produce parts for an 8-inch iPad mini, which is reportedly due to be released later this year.
Ten One has Design has announced a new pressure-sensitive Bluetooth 4.0 stylus for the iPad 3. The new stylus is code named Blue Tiger, and is already being manufactured for release in the near future.
Rene Ritchie of iMore has heard from a very reliable source that the iPad 3 will indeed support 4G LTE, essentially putting such rumors to rest.