We gone through the Apple’s latest and greatest product line up that has only been publicly available for a matter of weeks, but that won’t stopped the rumors about the potential specifications of the second generation iPad mini from speculating this early. Well known reporting site DigiTimes this time suggesting that Apple already has one eye on the upcoming new iPad mini and could potentially have plans to introduce a higher-resolution display (Retina) to the mid-range tablet along with making changes to the stanadard sized iPad to make it significantly lighter.
As we can expect one of the high-resolution mini tablet – should really come as a surprise, while the current iPad mini hasn’t offered by a Retina display, and if you consider the average user what they feel Apple could change in the next iPad mini release, then the general public’s opinion would probably be that the company would move to immediately improve the quality and design of the multi-touch capactive display that ships with the newer product. Actually, this report that points any great deals on whether or not Apple intends to offer a Retina display with the next-gen iPad mini, but to maintain full compatibility with existing apps in the store, there’s possibility that any second-generation mini slate will have a 2048 x 1356 resolution.
To add some rampage to the possibility of a cripser and higher-resolution display on the iPad mini, DigiTimes is also reporting that Apple has plans to make use of new display and lighting technology to make the 9.7-inch iPad lighter than it’s current poser. Reportedly, Apple will use advanced LED Lighting Bar technology allowing them to only use one bar to power up the Retina display of the standard iPad, instead of the usual two that are actually used in the last two iterations of the iPad tablet.
Rumors surface and speculations suggests in different way that may or may not be the official but surrounding most of Apple’s products seem to be continuously grinding all year round, it makes perfect sense to speculate about the HD screen of the iPad mini. Apple has always striving to make their smaller or standard tablets thinner, lighter by carrying form factor. Now that the iPad mini is out in to the wild and certainly been received extremely positively, it also makes perfect sense of Apple to build on that product by introducing a higher resolution, can be Retina display, that could maintain the same aspect ratio as all of the other iPad bigger models. (Via Redmondpie)