Apple going to boost iPad, bringing out 7-inch Model in 2011- Rumor

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Rumor says that Apple is boosting its 9.7-inch iPad with a more faithful ARM processor and is bringing out a smaller 7-inch iPad in 2011, According to Digitimes articles that Apple is set to establish  "an advanced 9.7-inch iPad acquiring a fresh ARM Cortex-A9-based central processor and 512MB RAM in the first quarter of 2011." Apple is also prepping "a 7-inch iPad applying the Cortex-A9 processor and an IPS board with a firmness of 1024×768."
The instant update is the reprocess of IPS (in-plane changing) control board technology for the iPad's screen. IPS is a marvelous kind of LCD for the iPad, as it applies the iPad an amazing wide viewing-angle of up to 178 levels, whereas other LCD engineering run to have more limited catching angles, particularly in the upright direction.
A 7-inch iPad will probably cost a lot little than its first-generation brethren, as Apple is acknowledged for slashing product costs as the applied science acquires.
There was a huge side effect from the iPhone price -- something Apple will wish to avoid if it overhauls the iPad pricing social system. In 2007 Steve Jobs declared that the iPhone would be $200 cheaper. A case was even charged over the price cuts. So if Apple wishes to cut back prices on its iPad line, it better do so with kid gloves.
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