According to supplier reports coming out of China, the next generation iPad will lean heavily on 3G models. There will still be a Wi-Fi model, but it may be the kid sister of the lineup, with more options available in the 3G varieties.
Well, the evidence doesn't get much more solid than this: in Apple's newest iPad iOS beta, there are icons on board that show an iPad home screen with FaceTime, Camera and Photo Booth icons.
Some cases for an iPad 2 have leaked out of China, and they hint at some features that, while not entirely surprising, would certainly make for an upgrade to the original iPad.
Rumors of an iPad 2 sporting a super high-resolution Retina Display continues to gush out like the Niagara Falls. For the first time, real evidence has been discovered that suggests the iPad 2 could actually have a crazy 2048 x 1536 resolution screen.
For the most part, the iPad 2 rumors we've been hearing haven't been all that crazy. A new tapered body? Sure, why not. Extra cameras and speakers? Well, it is the second generation after all, it's got to do something more. There's one rumor going around, though, that we don't think Apple is going to be able to pull off.
Reuters is the latest to hop on the iPad 2 rumor bandwagon, reporting today that the next generation of Apple's tablet will come with both front- and back-facing cameras as well as a higher-resolution screen.
What's this? What are those holes doing on the back of this iPad case? What we're looking at is supposedly an iPad 2 case that's slipped out of some factory in China.
We've all heard the rumors that the iPhone is heading to Verizon. In fact, many respectable sources have locked it down as confirmed. It's been kind of quiet for the iPad. Verizon just started selling Wi-Fi iPads in its stores, but what about a 3G model?