Production is under way on the display for the next-generation iPad, an analyst tells CNET. The high-resolution QXGA display will be the centerpiece of the so-called iPad 3.
Apple's new iPad will keep it ahead of the tablet pack this year, according to a report and research note.
Display, display, display. Supplies of the high-resolution display panels expected in the next iPad could be tight, according to a source and an Asia-based report.
A purported photo of the iPad 3's display has cropped up, with a microscopic inspection showing it to have more pixels than the current model.
The next-generation tablet's display will pack a pixel punch but it will have company in the Android tablet market.
The iPad 3's display is expected to be a Retina Display, similar to what the iPhone 4 and 4S have. But getting that kind of density on a 10-inch screen and making millions of them will be tough.
With a starting price of $499, Microsoft's Surface tablet will reach consumers in North America at 10 p.m. local time tonight.
The new iPad's chip isn't exactly slow but falls down in some tests against Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 chip.
The display that could belong to an iPad 3--or whatever it's going to be called--has received a closer examination.
iPad 3 numbers are expected skyrocket in 2012, an Asia-based report said.