New thinner iPad rumored

Apple-iPad

Just a day after the iPad 4 was officially unveiled new rumors about an upcoming even thinner iPad have conquered the Internet.

Sure, Apple stuff creates a lot of buzz but the surprising announcement of the iPad 4 – just 7 months after the iPad 3 debut – fueled the speculation even further with some tech people expecting Apple to launch the thinner iPad in early 2013.

The iPad Mini currently sits at 7.2 mm of thickness while the iPad 4 measures 9.4 mm thick – and that means the Cupertino-based tech giant has a pretty good case of making an even thinner iPad – the tech possibility is right there.

The key to getting a thinner iPad done is hidden in the usage of “GF Dito” or “GF2” technology to make the tablet display even thinner than what’s used in the iPad 4. Will it happen – it remains to be seen but some people already do not like the idea of a thinner iPad – according to them 7.2 mm of thickness is just too thin to be of any use in the world out there.


Source: Pocketnow

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