IPad To Go Pro With An IPad HD?

Posted: Jul 11 2011, 9:01am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

iPad to go Pro with an iPad HD?

Looking closer at the iPad HD rumor.

The rumors of a new iPad with higher resolution is getting more attention. The iPad HD, others call it the iPad 2 Plus, is supposed to have double the resolution of the iPad 2. This means the iPad HD would have 2,048 x 1,536px. If the screen-size stays the same at 9.7-inches then the iPad HD has 264ppi. ThisIsMyNext thinks Apple is going to market the iPad HD to professionals only. But we all want higher resolution, don't we? The iPhone 4 has a retina display and is for everybody. If Apple really is going to add a new high-end iPad along the iPad 2 then I think it will be called iPad Pro and not iPad HD. No Apple product has an HD moniker yet. Adding HD implies also that the current iPad is not HD. Technically that is true, but from a marketing stand point its not something you like to put emphasis on.

The iPad HD or iPad Pro would arrive already this fall along with the iPhone 5 release. Eventually the iPad 3 will come and will have the high, almost retina resolution (iPhone 4 has 326ppi). I just do not see Apple to release an iPad Pro as a sort of a pre-release. I could imagine that Apple cooks up an enterprise iPad, but that would offer more than just more resolution.

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