Apple products are always the most popular items, they have excellent performance and first-class configuration so that is a large number of consumers are keen to share the fashion, and the performance is outstanding, ipad 2 release is very successful, and now more and more people began to look forward to the arrival of ipad3. What ipad 3 can bring to us and what we can benefit from it? Now let's see some useful information from here.
The rumor says that iPad 3 may be released on January of 2011. It's predicting iPad 3 new specifications including chips, cameras and retina displays - with a little bit of help from mysterious, unnamed people who can't possibly be identified. So what's the new iPad 3 specs according to the rumors predicted? Let's see.
New iPad 3 Specs - Camera flash
From the very second the the first iPad was launched we could hear cries of "what, no camera?" ringing out across the globe. A front-facing camera seemed like rather a daft omission for a product that was otherwise perfectly suited for FaceTime calling, so Apple did the right thing and introduced one on the iPad 2. Also new to the second-gen model was a rear-facing camera which, in reality, will be ignored by many iPad 2 owners although it might have looked a bit silly without one, compared to its rival brands and their camera-heavy tablets. Whether it's really needed or not, we'd be very surprised if a camera flash didn't materialize on the iPad 3, if only to sake the thirst of the spec-hungry techosphere.
New iPad 3 Specs - Retina display
There were plenty of rumors that the iPad 2 would have a vastly improved display, so when iPad 2 launched, we were slightly disappointed to discover the the screen was exactly the same as on the previous model - same size, same resolution. What we'd love to see on the iPad 3 is the Retina Display, as used on the iPhone 4, with its impressive pixel density of 326ppi compared to the 132ppi on offer at the moment.
New iPad 3 Specs - Proper HDMI
While it's true that in the new iPad 2 specs, HDMI playback is supported, which is only possible using the Apple Digital AV Adapter, which needs an extra $39. A bit of a liberty if you've just spent several hundred of your hard-earned pounds on a supposedly HDMI-ready tablet. We'd like to see a proper HDMI port on the iPad 3 so that we can hook up our iPad to our HD TV without the need for anything besides an HDMI cable.
New iPad 3 Specs - SD card slot
The lack of an expandable memory is something that gadget fans have been banging on about relentlessly since the launch of the very first iPad. Just like the first model, the current version, iPad 2 is offered in 16, 32 and 64GB configurations with the latter proving to be more than enough for many users. However, missing expandability is an absolute deal-breaker for many, so until Apple bites the bullet and invests in an SD card slot for its next model, iPad 3, there are plenty of gadgets fans out there who still wouldn't touch the iPad with a bargepole.
New iPad 3 Specs - iOS 5
While the iPad 2 was introduced in with the updated version of iOS (4.3), what we really want to see is a more dynamic operating system, preferably in the form of iOS 5 and all the goodies that should come with it. It's likely to bring more multitasking options to add to the limited scope offered by the current software, although we know that what everyone is crying our for a Flash-friendly browser.
New iPad 3 Specs - DLNA
This might not be a must for everyone yet as it's only any use if you've got yourself some other DLNA pieces of kit to stream your content to. The iPad 2 currently limits streaming to Apple TV and AirPlay-enabled speakers, whereas it would be nice to have the choice of which products you can stream to, rather than being tethered to Apple-sepcific devices. We've got our fingers crossed, but we reckon this might be one area where Apple won't budge - at least not for a while yet.