Hollywood insiders were so sure the next iPad will support 3D that they were said to be "running around like blue-arsed flies" trying to gear up plenty of 3D content for the next iPad launch. Apple does have some interesting patents for a special kind of glasses-free 3D, but we think the retina display will be more than enough to pull lustful buyers in this time around. Real-time 3D processing takes some serious grunt so we doubt we'll see a 3D upgrade until the next-generation hardware of the iPad 4, if ever.
We think it's fair to assume the iPad 3 will arrive in spring with a tough naked back cover for apple iphone 5, 5s and se - clear beaming 2,048x1,536-pixel retina display and a feisty A6 quad-core processor, Pin-sharp cameras should deliver FaceTime chats in glorious HD, and a supercharged battery should keep it all running till the wee hours, Throw a chattering Siri into the mix, and you've got a serious piece of portable kit that will give rival Android tablet makers nightmares, It's just a shame our mobile networks won't fully support the super-fast network model, but our trusty old 3G infrastructure should keep mobile users going in the meanwhile..
Are you bursting at the seams for an iPad 3, or is it just another year of predictable hype? Share your reaction in the comments or over on our Facebook page, or on Google+ if you swing that way. As the iPad 3 release draws nearer, our video guides you through the rumour mill and reveals what to expect from the next big Apple launch. Update: Well, that was unexpected. It wasn't the iPad 3 after all! Read our new Apple iPad preview here for all the price, availability and specs info, as well as our hands-on impressions and photos. The original iPad 3 rumour article follows.
When I heard HTC had made a quad-core phone -- the HTC One X -- I figured it would be the size of one of those black bricks you find in swimming pools, and look like a discarded chunk of metal from a factory that makes oil rig equipment, So it was a real surprise getting my hands on the One X to find that the company had quietly crafted an extremely slim, light and elegant mobile, tough naked back cover for apple iphone 5, 5s and se - clear The headline feature is the quad-core chip, but that's not what impresses me, I'm more chuffed with the 130g weight and 8.9mm thickness, The 4.7-inch 720p screen keeps everything looking crisp, and the slightly protruding display puts me in mind of the Nokia Lumia 800, a phone whose design I love so much, I would marry it -- if only I could find a priest willing to take a chance on an unusual romance..
Great stuff. More surprises please, HTC. Ignore all these other fools, for they are talking through their hats: the Nokia 808 PureView is clearly the best phone of MWC 2012. Quad-core phones are pointless, NFC will never amount to anything, 3D is a waste of time -- in fact, none of the things that are supposed to make this year's new phones stand out are anything more than gimmicks. What Nokia has done with PureView is take a core aspect of the smart phone experience that desperately needed improving -- as I pointed out not so long ago -- and absolutely nailed it. I can't wait to get my hands on an 808, and I can't wait for PureView technology to show up in other phones.
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