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Posted by VdoCity Friday, October 28, 2011

Despite numerous sources such as Reuters reported that the new iPhone 3 is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2011, the signs are that will be in early 2012. Yet another rumor believes it could be November.

On July 1, Digitimes reports that Taiwan-based component suppliers were preparing for the production of iPad iPhone 3 and 5. In October 2011, later reported that production would start probably by the end of the year.
However, during August, a rumor that Apple broke was created to delay the release of iPad 3, due to the lack of retinal screens its suppliers LG and Samsung.

The exciting news is that it seems that we will get our iPad Retina Display, finally, with evidence that Apple shipments from the current providers of 2048 x 1536 resolution 9.7-inch displays.

The iPad 3 release date in the UK is a mystery

Apple can not meet the initial demand for iPad 2, expect a release date for the iPad step 3 also: Apple will most likely follow the model they have with the iPhone launch two and do everything in the new year .

The iPad 3 specifications include a dual-core processor ...

It is possible that the iPad 3 has a completely new processor, Apple A6, but if the rumored release date is correct, then the time is very tight: no doubt expected to see an A5, A6 no one in the iPhone 5 when it occurs.

Apple, so we were surprised, of course, but it is hoped that seeing the same processor and graphics as the iPad 2 on the iPhone 3: PowerVR graphics processor SGX543MP2 A5. This is reduced to the release date of iPhone 3: if it's 2011, expect an A5. If it is 2012, see below.

... Unless the iPhone 3 is a quad-core processor

If the A6 is the next step on the line - and we see a new iPhone until 2012 - which also could be looking at a quad-core chip from Apple. Quad-core designs will be from all ARM partners later this year.

Speaking on August 26, an analyst said that an A6 could not appear in the future iPad end of 2012


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