iPad 3 image emerges

An image of what appears to be an iPad 3 has made its way online

February 9, 2012
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An image leaked online claiming to show the back of the unannounced Apple iPad 3 is doing the rounds online, and has the rumour mill working in overdrive.

Initially leaked by Repair Labs, the image shows an iPad 2 rear casing on the left, next to what appears to be an iPad 3 casing on the right. 9to5Mac managed to secure a higher resolution image which appears below.

“Sources familiar with the matter” on all of the major news sites see the casing as more confirmation that the iPad 3 will feature a 2048 x 1536 resolution retina display and an updated camera.

Some sources have noted that the A6 chipset found in the iPad 3 will be dual-core only, though this goes against previous rumours of a quad-core enabled tablet releasing this year.

Other rumours indicate that the iPad 3 will feature LTE support, and release sometime in early March 2012.

Read the full story over at: The Verge.

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Image of iPad 2 and iPad 3 back casing, credit: 9to5Mac.com

Tags: Apple, iPad 3, LTE, rumour

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