Nothing about the next iPad's processor is confirmed at the moment, but we're expecting the iPad 3 to come with a more powerful chip than the A5 nestled inside the current version. We'd hardly call the iPad 2 underpowered or sluggish, but a processor that packs more grunt will make the third iteration capable of handling more intensive games, and if -- as rumours suggest -- the next iPad packs a higher resolution retina display, it'll need a faster chip to cope with the bump in pixels. It's reckoned that the iPad 3 is going by the codenames iPad 3,1 and iPad 3,2, to signify the Wi-Fi and network variants.
As for the release date, Apple released its last two tablets in the spring, so we expect to see the iPad 3 unveiled in the cream floral moroccan pattern on deep indigo ink iphone case next few months, On the other hand, Apple doesn't have much competition in terms of tablets, so perhaps it'll leave the iPad 2 on sale for a bit longer before offering up the next one, What do you want to see in the next iPad? Tell us in the comments or on our Facebook wall, Image credit: BGR, Images purportedly showing iPad 3 diagnostic info show Apple's next tablet will sport a quad-core A6 processor..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The S Advance became official on Monday and the networks are already jumping on board. Three was the first to step up to the plate, having listed the phone as 'coming soon' on its site, with O2 confirming to us that it will also be offering the S Advance too. Neither network was able to give any firm details on pricing, but with middling specs we're hoping for a wallet-friendly price tag. The S Advance is, as the name suggests, an evolution of Samsung's original Galaxy S, but it also takes inspiration from the higher-end Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Nexus. Like the original S, it's packing a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, which we're hoping is as searingly bright and colourful as the others in the Galaxy range.
Taking design cues from the Nexus, the S Advance has a slightly curved body and screen, making it stick to your face a tad more comfortably when you're making calls, Under the hood it's packing a 1GHz dual-core processor, which doesn't begin to challenge the chips in the S2 or Nexus -- or the quad-core chip rumoured to be powering the Galaxy S3 -- but it'll offer enough grunt to charge through all of your day-to-day tasks, At 9.7mm thick, it's not the slimmest phone available -- especially when you compare it to the ultra-skinny 6.7mm of the Huawei Ascend P1S -- but we're hoping that added bulk will result in a lower price tag, The unremarkable 5-megapixel camera on cream floral moroccan pattern on deep indigo ink iphone case the back should also bring the asking price down a little..
It will be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which isn't the latest version of Android's software, but is still the most popular smart phone operating system and provides all the swiping, widget-placing fun you could want, as well as access to the hundreds of thousands of apps in the Android Market. There's no word from the other networks on who else will be offering the phone, but we'll make sure you're the first to know when they announce anything. What do you think to this latest offering? Does the promise of a lower price tantalise your wallet or are you holding out for the latest, greatest Galaxy S3? Let us know in the comments below or over on our amazing Facebook page.
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