Been wondering about this. I'm sure we've all seem sample screens in the news now that are showing, in the lab displays with twice the horizontal and vertical resolution of the current iPad. What Apple will no doubt refer to as a "Retina Display" as it's the phrase they have termed for this type of thing. Seeing that we got a quite reasonable speed-up in GPU/GPU speed between iPad1 and 2, thought I get the feeling yet, it's not being taken advantage of very much yet as I've not heard in the news about any stunning games than play horribly on iPad1 due to it's lack of power. Anyway, given a "Retina Display" would mean 4x the amount of pixels to throw around. That's a major jump in anyone's books. I know this is speculation here, but at only 10 months away, do you think They will be able to develop it to the point of offering iPad2 speed/performance and at the same time moving four times the pixels around the screen at the same high speed. Whilst the extra resolution is lovely, I don't think many would accept the iPad3 to be slower than the iPad2 in exchange for the screen hike, and I don't think Apple would want the "iPad3 slower than iPad2" reviews either. If anything, naturally, they would want to bring this new screen AND hike up the performance, even if it was only something small like 10%, 20% etc. It would give them something to shout about. "Not only is the screen 4x as good, it's faster also" Even if only by a little bit. Which I suppose, does make me wonder. Is it still being a bit hopeful that a low power tablet chipset will be up to this task by next March, or might another year have to go by before we are there?