CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The next-gen slate will have seriously beefed up specs, however. The screen, for example, will be "truly amazing", according to a leak-happy Apple employee. Could that be the much-rumoured retina display we've heard a lot about? We think it could. The device will be "essentially the same size and shape as the iPad 2", the source says. If it ain't broke and all that. (Check out some more interesting designs in our concept snaps gallery.) It'll also have a faster processor, though the source was a little light on specifics.
The iPhone 4S caused a stir, as it was seen by some as only a minor upgrade to the iPhone 4, It didn't stop it selling a metric fruit-tonne of units though, so Apple may well have no qualms with repeating the trick, Yesterday we reported Apple will announce the iPad 3 in the first week of March, The retina display has been rumoured for a while now -- with a resolution of 2,048x1,536 pixels, it would have four times the number as the iPad 2's current 1,024x768-pixel display, We reported back in November the screen was in production, and the iBooks 2 app hinted at the butts iphone case higher resolution..
Casing leaks point to the next-generation iPad also having a better battery, and an improved camera -- something we've been looking forward to for some time. Do you want the iPad 3 -- or iPad 2S -- to look the same? And are you excited about the new screen and improved camera? What else do you want to see? Have a gander at our iPad 3 rumours video below, and let us know over on our Facebook page, or below in the comments. The next iPad will reportedly look the same as the iPad 2, but for a 'truly amazing' screen. So will it be the iPad 3, or something else?.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, According to a report from The Global Mail, Apple's iTunes accounts have been susceptible to hacker attacks for some time, Users have been complaining for more than a year about a relatively similar issue--namely, an account is accessed without permission, butts iphone case any gift card credit available is spent on apps, and information, including PayPal account information, is used and/or changed, Those are some serious issues, But Apple is only responding with a generic statement..
"Apple takes precautions to safeguard your personal information against loss, theft, and misuse, as well as against unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction," the company said in a statement issued to The Globe and Mail. "Apple online services such as the Apple Online Store and iTunes Store use Secure Sockets Layer encryption on all Web pages where personal information is collected.". It's not uncommon for Apple to remain silent about potential issues involving its products or services. The company has said in the past that it likes to gather all the facts, investigate, and come up with a solution before issuing public statements about problems, as it's done with the antenna issue on the iPhone 4 and the location-tracking file discovered last year. But in the case of people's account information, some are calling for more transparency.
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