iHospital and Fox 5 discuss the juciest iPad 3 Rumors in this weeks Tech Check!
As we all know by now, the iPad 3 is speculated to be launched in the first week of March and as the date moves closer, more and more rumors are bubbling to the surface all over the Internet. What new features will it have? And what will the iPad 3 have to do with your current computer, maybe even your TV?
What to expect with the new iPad 3
One of the juiciest rumors to date is that the iPad 3 might just take aim at television sets all over the globe. Apple sold more iPads last year than Hewlett Packard sold PC’s. This demonstrates the trend that people are shunning traditional CPUs in favor of tablet style devices. Surveys also indicate the tablet ownership doubled since last Christmas.
The iPad will have a much crisper display with double resolution with the new Retina display screen which means you’ll also be able to view more online content. This feature alone is making TV’s shudder all over the continent. Will people reach for their iPads now instead of the remote?
It’s also rumored that the iPad 3 will have a much better quality camera that is at least 8 MP and a faster A6 processor for speedier computing. Another expected feature of the new iPad 3 is a lighting fast 4G LTE data speed. Check out other expected features in one of our previous posts on 5 Epic Features of the New iPad 3.
The question everyone wants to know is if you have an iPad 2, will you be thinking of purchasing an iPad 3? Are the new features so amazing that you’ll shell out the extra dough or perhaps sleep overnight to be first in line? We look forward to hearing your comments below!
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