iPad 3 latest reports say screen sharpness is nearly as good as billed

A lot of the speculation is focused on the display on the iPad 3, which Apple has said it will unveil March 7.

By Christina DesMarais, PC World |  Consumerization of IT, Apple, ipad

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Apple's enhanced display on its yet-to-be-unveiled iPad 3 appears to be the worst kept secret judging by all the eyes that are reportedly able to see it.

MacRumors owner Arnold Kim says anyone can buy the next iteration of the popular tablet at the Chinese website TrueSupplier. The skinny: The screen measures 9.7 inches in diagonal, the same size display as used in the iPad and iPad 2, but the resolution is twice as sharp.

Apple has said it will take the ribbon off the iPad 3 on March 7. Experts say it could include support for 4G LTE, more internal memory and perhaps Apple's first quad core processor. For now, a lot of the speculation is focused on the display.


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