iPad 3 – Retina Display Running a High Resolution of 2048*1536?

Oct 31st, 2011 by Boren 2,262 views |Comments Off

Following the release of the Apple iPhone 4S, the most anticipated Apple products next may not be the next generation of the Apple iPhone, but the iPad 3, rumored to be released in the first quarter of next year, which, of course, would be a false assumption. It is said that the next generation of the iPad will have a retinal screen of a 2048 * 1536 high resolution.

Retina display gets this name because the relationship between pixels and details of what the human eye can distinguish from. iPhone 4S possesses 326 PPI in a 3.5-inch display running at a resolution of 960 × 640. So what about the plans for iPad 3?

Always counting on Samsung and LG for the production of the display for the latest tablet, the resolution will probably run at 2048 × 1536 and made ​​a mark of 264 PPI. For further analysis, the iPad 2 now sits at 132 PPI; it would be a big jump forward and something that will promote Apple with a major selling point again.

With such a high resolution, what is the feeling of viewing videos on iPad 3? If iPad 2 is the enhanced products of iPad, then iPad 3 is the real big change. We can play MP4 HD videos on iPad and iPad 2, can we play 3D videos on iPad 3? If rumors are to be believed then Apple may be also introduce 3D to its upcoming tablet.

Seeking an answer: how much is rumor and how much is fact? Apple will be lost in the time limits and production difficulties of screen production. This is a serious screen right there, and it would have to be produced in huge quantities at an attractive price for Apple to maintain their margins.

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