While most of the hype surroundingtomorrow is focusing on the possible , rumors are also spreading about a new regular-size iPad.
Leaked photos last week showed thefor an iPad 4, suggesting a new-generation iPad is being redesigned to accommodate a wide range of new components. Now, more photos have surfaced that show the iPad 4's possible new screen.
The new photos show what seems to be a larger front-facing camera cutout, according to Boy Genius Report, which published the images. This larger cutout could mean that Apple might include a bigger sensor that would accommodate the same 1.2 megapixel FaceTime HD front-facing camera that both the
If Apple does indeed debut a refreshed 9.7-inch Retina iPad tomorrow, it is expected to get aand will retain the same price points as its predecessor. The updated iPad could also address issues with the first-generation Retina product, which include making it lighter and improving the LED backlight apparatus, .
According to Boy Genius Report, it's not clear if these new display assembly images are for an iPad 4 that may be announced at Apple's event tomorrow or for a tablet that the company plans to release further down the road.
CNET will betomorrow, when the company is expected to announce the iPad Mini and other new and upgraded products.
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