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As numerous lawsuits and biting ads have proven, Apple and Samsung don't play well together--except, that is, when it comes to components.
CNET breaks down what turned out to be true and what didn't from some of the most high-profile rumors ahead of today's iPad debut.
Samsung could be gluing together a new Galaxy tablet, boasting an 11.6-inch screen and a 2GHz processor.
The latest unconfirmed report about Apple's plans for an iPad follow-up says the company hasn't yet entered trial production of the device, though it plans to offer it in early 2012.
Samsung and LG are reportedly in the middle of testing new high-resolution displays for Apple's next iPad. The displays are said to sport a similar pixel density to what can be found in the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch.
Nouvoyance, a Samsung subsidiary, is set to show off a supersharp 10.1-inch LCD for tablets that is essentially a supersize retina display.