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Discussion in 'iPad' started by borgqueenx, Oct 23, 2012.
With better graphics, A6, better battery life and the new connector?
Looking at the normal production cycles of Apple, I'd have to say "No."
But... a couple hours more, and we'll know
I doubt we will see a CPU change at this point.
I think Lightning connector and maybe some other small tweaks like HD Facetime camera to make it match the other current gen devices and carry it through the holiday season.
If it's thinner, lighter, has better battery life, has a new CPU and graphics, new cameras, and a new connector, then it's basically a 4th gen iPad. If that's the case then I wouldn't expect to see another update until late next summer or fall.
I hope not, as that will most likely mean no update in March or April. But on the other hand, it might make sense for them to have both iPad updated at the same time. Then again, it might not. What I'm trying to say, I have no idea
because their event says "a little more to show you" i also think not.
But it is their ipad line so it would make sense to do it now. And apple could always chance their release dates of products. why always be desame date?
I'll say no simply based on their previous update cycle. They'd piss off a bunch of current iPad 3 owners by doing this seeing as how the current version has only been out 7-8 months. Then again, who can say but I'm pretty sure this won't happen.
I don't think that this will be the case.
The will add lighting bolt & FaceTime hd to the current iPad apple is famous for doing this.