If you’re one of the many people eagerly anticipating the latest release in the iPad series, your wait is about to be over. The official unveiling is speculated to occur on March 7 and will be available for retail sale a week or so after the main event. Rumors have been swirling for months about the official release of the much anticipated next generation iPad but the March 7 date is one that has garnered the greatest amount of staying power and seems to be fairly firm.
What Can You Expect in the Latest Release?
While everything at this point is speculation to some degree, there are quite a few features that fans of the iPad series are really looking forward to in the newest member of the iPad family. These are a few of the rumors that are garnering some attention, and no small degree of speculation, as the anticipated release approaches.
This is a much-loved feature of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S and one that tops many wish lists for the iPad 3. Rumor has it that this is a distinct possibility despite early rumblings of trouble on that front. The problem, according to PC World wasn’t in making one device with the high resolution display but in making a mass quantity in a manner that would be price and cost effective. This is sure to make fans of clear and crisp picture quality very happy campers with the iPad 3.
Quad Core Processor
The inner geek in all of us can appreciate the sheer joy of bigger, better processing speeds. However, rumors on this particular front are conflicting. Many sources, including TechRadar.com, believe that an iPad 3 with a quad core processor is an almost certainty with other competitors coming on strong in the race for more power.
Other well-followed authorities like 9to5Mac and The Verge are making claims that despite the many rumors, there will not be a quad core processor in the latest iPad release. This one seems to be anyone’s guess. The good news is no one will have to wait much longer before finding out for certain.
The final rumor that is gaining more credibility as the arrival date approaches is that the iPad 3 will be thicker than the iPad 2. Many people believe this is the result of a need for space to accommodate the greater battery power that will be needed in order to accommodate the retina display screen. Others speculate that it’s much-needed space to store the more powerful processor.
Like all iPad, the iPad 3 will have with it the same portability options for those who wish to access the new powerhouse from wherever they are in the world. If a person is traveling to Chicago, and visiting one of the many Chicago attractions, they would be able to share more information with more options than any smartphone – iPhone included – could possibility provide. Being able to operate from such a platform will enable everyone to share the experiences on a much grander scale, while still having access to their cloud services, work files, and other pieces of their personal lives. All in all, the new features will push the envelope of convenience while automatically branding everything that the user experiences.
Rumors about the iPad 3 will continue to fly as the official release date approaches. Speculation will continue to grow as the March 7 unveiling approaches. Stay tuned to get the latest information, rumors, and facts concerning the March 7 iPad 3 release.