Looking around the Web, it’s clear that Apple’s mobile devices are ideal solutions for people who want to snap quick photos or videos. That’s precisely why Apple delivered an improved camera in the new iPad.
Next year, expect the company to do the same with the iPad 4, and offer up a camera that comes with at least 8-megapixel resolution and panorama support.
Apple made the surprising decision in the new iPad to includes the A5X processor, a chip that comes with dual-core processing power, but quad-core graphics. In the iPad 4, Apple will almost undoubtedly offer the long-rumored A6 chip, which will add quad-core processing power to the quad-core graphics. More processing power means better performance. And that’s something both consumers and enterprise users are looking for in today’s marketplace.
Over the last two iPad generations, Apple has kept the same design. With the iPad 4, the company will likely deliver something new.
Sure, that’s what people were saying about the new iPad before its launch, but consider that Apple has never let an iPhone or iPad come with the same design for more than two years. That’s enough for anyone to believe something new is coming -- and want it.