Apple's iPad 3 which reportedly goes on sale in March is said to have a screen of even higher definition than the iPad 2 as well as 4G LTE connectivity, Bloomberg has reported citing "three people familiar with the product."
The iPad's success along with the iPhone have played a major role in lifting Apple to become the largest technology company in the world in terms of market value, and the launch of this new iPad could even push Apple further helping the company safeguard its current "leading" position.
The high definition display in the new tablet contains remarkably fine pixels that "make images look like printed material" said one of the sources, according to Bloomberg
Apple whose products score remarkably high in user satisfaction (84 percent according to this survey) is also rolling out 4G LTE (long-term evolution) connectivity in its new tablet.
Although 4G LTE isn't new to the table, it will give iPad users the access to the best mobile connectivity type currently out in the market.
Other details include the iPad 3 running on a quad-core A6 processor, meaning the tablet will run and operate faster, and according to "Cult of Mac", tech media outlet, the device should be thinner than the iPad 2.