Expected to be officially announced by Apple in March, the iPad 3 should come with some serious improvements over the current iPad 2 model. One of them is the camera.
As you probably already know, the first iPad didn’t have a camera at all, while the iPad 2 has a 0.7 MP rear camera with 720p video recording.
Well, the iPad 3 will reportedly feature an 8MP rear camera, and Chinese website Apple Daily even claims to have a photo of the new iPad (unfortunately, only from the back):
If what we’re seeing above is indeed the iPad 3, there doesn’t seem to be too many design changes when compared to iPad 2.
As for the new tablet’s other enhanced features, these should include: a 9.7 inch display with 2048 x 1536 pixels (seemingly confirmed by MacRumors), LTE connectivity, and a quad-core processor. Of course, nothing’s truly confirmed until Apple says so – and it might do it on March 7. Well, we’re waiting.
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