iPad 3 To Have A Retina Display With A 2048×1536 Resolution
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Since the iPad 2 release in March last year and the disappointment among the users regarding the lack of LCD improvement, people have been anxiously awaiting the release of the next iPad.
Recently there have been a lot of rumors about the iPad 3 release date and features. There have been talks that the iPad 3 would sport a high-resolution Retina Display and several photos of displays claiming to be of the iPad 3 have been surfacing in the last few months. However, there hadn’t been any confirmation about them so far.
According to reports Apple has decided to set the iPad 3 release date on the 9th of March this year at a special media event and the device is rumored to come with the much talked about high-resolution Retina display, a new A6 system-on-a-chip, and LTE support for models with cellular data capabilities.
It seems Mac Rumors has finally been able to get a real iPad 3 display and kept it under observation to determine whether the 9.7 inch screen is actually an ultra high resolution Retina Display. Although physically the display seems the same as that of iPad 2, on scrutinizing it from near MacRumors says that the pixels are in fact one quarter the size of the ones on its predecessor.
While the iPad 3 display pictures don’t seem to be clear enough due to the poor lighting, it’s possible to make out the pixel improvement. In the diagram a cluster of 4 pixels from the iPad 2 are shown being compared with the same area on the iPad 3 and it is clearly noticed that on iPad 3 the number of pixels quadruple giving a 2048×1536 resolution. This indicates that such kind of a screen will display images which are sharper than those displayed on iPad 2.
With an improvement in display it’s obvious that the camera will also be an improved one to compliment the display and according to rumors it seems that iPad 3 specs are going to include the camera used in iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S. So let’s wait and watch for the next generation iPad release next month.