Apple Started to Produce the New iPad Called Skype iPad?
It seems that after so many rumors about the upcoming iPad 2, Apple has finally started to produce its new iPad. According to the Wall Street Journal, the second generation iPad tablet computer will have a quicker processor and a front-facing camera.
This next-gen iPad must be lighter and thinner than our original tablet. As we have mentioned previously, its graphics processor will be more powerful than the processor of the original iDevice. It might be a dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 processor: Apple A5, as we have written in our articleabout iPad 2 release.
The camera that will appear on the front of the new tablet can be used for video conferencing.
But according to other rumors, the new iPad will have two cameras. So far it’s unknown for sure how many cameras Apple’s tablet will have.
The next iPad should also have more memory, and journalists assure that Apple will unveil its new tablet through AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
Still, Apple hasn’t commented on this news. But another well-known person, Sir Elton John, mentioned that he would get a Skype iPad this April in his interview to BBC News.
We can’t say if Skype iPad is the name of the second generation tablet, because Elton John didn’t mention it to be the iPad 2.
As for Apple’s future plans, the company seems to be working on putting its store in New York’s Grand Central Terminal, as The New York Observer states. It might soon open a new Apple Store in a city landmark, but none of the parties involved have commented on this matter yet.
Hopefully, Apple will soon break the silence and comment on everything that goes around its new product and future plans.
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