"iPad 3 rumors"
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iPad 3 rumors
It's been almost a year since Apple released the iPad2.
When you get your hands on 1, it feels totally different.
So Emily say it's (gone?) to reason that a new model is on it's way.
This is the product that no one knew it's gonna be a popular as it is.
So they don't have to do a whole lot at this points and the more they do the better.
Apple is notoriously tight lit about any of the details surrounding new products but some of the rumors are more likely than others.
For starters, better screen resolution.
With the iPhone and the iPod touch, they've kinda move to this thing that they called the retina display and technically that just means that when you're holding about a foot away, you can't really see the pixels.
Also, Apple experts like (Senior Josh Levington?) say to expect better cameras.
There is one kinda big shortcomings in the two and it's an area where can very easily kind of to a little adjustment on how a lot of positive benefits come out of it, and it could be faster with an upgrade to a quad-core processor.
Moving up to 4 maybe give you some faster installation speeds.
It might also like games runs faster, one feature that everyone would like to see on a new version of the iPad is (Fury?), the talking personal assistant.
iPad users we spoke within San Francisco had other features in mind.
Probably a better keyboard.
Yes, you could use when I go out.
More affordable than my Mac Book perhaps.
I can't view a lot of the websites that I'd like to view because there are no flash.
If the rumors are true Apple expected to announce this new iPad during the first week of March.
In San Francisco, I'm Cara Savoy, CNET.com for CBS News
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