The rumors have been all over the board on whether the iPad will be thinner, or thicker to accommodate new parts. In the past, Apple has always managed to shrink the size of its next-generation products, so it's hard to bet against it doing that yet again with the iPad 3. But the new iPad could very well get slightly bigger yet lighter at the same time (in fact, it's more important for it to lose weight than to shrink). The screen resolution in the iPad 3 is expected to increase, from the iPad 2's 1,024x768 pixels to 2,048x1,536 pixels. That's from 786,432 pixels to 3.14 million.Rumor has it that Sharp may be supplying the LCD panels, which will offer QXGA resolution with a pixel density of 264 ppi (300 ppi is considered a Retina Display). By comparison, the pixel density of the iPad 2's screen is 146 ppi. That's obviously a big jump if those numbers end up being real.To return to the original article to post or view comments, click here.
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