Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Latest Details about iPad 5 Which is Coming in October
The Editor-in-Chief of iLounge, Jeremy Horwitz, confirmed that he had the opportunity to inspect the physical model of the completely redesigned iPad 5 several days ago. And from his article, we can find some important information to let use learn about the fifth-generation iPad.
According to Jeremy Horwitz's words, iPad 5 will sport many of the same features seen on the iPad mini.
"The upcoming iPad is in portrait orientation, picture a 9.7” screen with virtually no left or right bezels, and only enough space above and below the screen to accommodate the mandatory camera and Home Button elements. It’s noticeably thinner, as well, which is to say the the fifth-generation iPad will be smaller in every dimension than its predecessors. As it will have the same chamfered edges and curves, calling it a 'stretched iPad mini' is very close to entirely accurate."
He also mentioned changes in the latest generation device.
The changes are so considerable that a new screen technology, such as IGZO, seems like a given. Going Retina for the third-generation iPad forced Apple to make that tablet a little thicker than the iPad 2, in part to seriously beef up the battery. Very little changed for the fourth-generation iPad. By contrast, this iPad 5 design is so much smaller that a full internal redesign—complete with a smaller, less power-hungry sequel to the A6X—can be safely assumed. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see the new iPad remain roughly on par with the fourth-generation model in processing capabilities, with the improved screen, dramatically lower size, and reduced weight becoming the key selling points.
The release date of iPad 5 may be set in October 2013 by Apple.