What is and will be the juiciest talk in town until March? The iPad 3 of course. As the launch day draws near a number of manufactures have began producing protective cases and covers. Thatâ€™s all swell, but the recent reports inform us that the cases appear to be built for a slightly thicker tablet.
Letâ€™s take a better look at things: Reportedly case producer â€œChineeâ€ from China has began selling a case that is apparently targeted for a certain â€œiPad 2Sâ€. Does that mean the iPad will follow the iPhoneâ€™s peril? We have already heard the rumors who say that the next generation iPad will probably look exactly like the iPad 2, but will be extra thicker. Chinee said that the product targeted by the so called â€œiPad 2Sâ€ cases is a tablet 1MM thicker than the iPad 2.
The fact that iPad 2S/3 cases have already appeared on the market, must signal to enthusiasts that the reports saying that Apple kicked started the iPad 3 production in January are probably true. Beside the fatty look, the new iPad is also said to have a quad-core processor, Retina Display, Siri Dictation support and LTE network capabilities.
Among other interesting features, the next iPad should sport an improved camera with a FaceTime HD camera geared up front and improved lens on the back. All in all, we have seen fake â€œiPhone 5â€ cases, so thereâ€™s a massive possibility that these â€œiPad 2Sâ€ cases could turn out to be fake as well - we shouldnâ€™t jump to any conclusions at this point.