Apple is set to change the tablet game again with the iPad 3 – rumoured to feature a Retina Display that'll match the pin-sharp resolution of the iPhone 4S's screen. The boys and girls from Cupertino invented tablets with the iPad – and, with the iPad 2, further changed people's perception of the devices from trinkets for fashionistas into useful tools.
Now Apple's planning another radical overhaul with the iPad 3 – a device that could potentially replace your TV and PC in one fell swoop. Here’s everything we know so far.
– Stuff Gadget Awards 2011 Most Wanted (Future Gadget) winner– Apple iPad 3 and iPhone 5 to be larger– iPad 3 J1 and J2 Retina Display versions spotted– Apple going shopping for iPad 3 Retina Display– iPad 3 Retina Display going into production– iPad 3 and Apple TV to get Sharp LCD displays? – iPad 3 could get six-core Intel processor – IMHO– Apple iPad 3 to get super bright ultra hi-res screen– iPad 3 to launch March 2012– iPad 3 and iPad Mini coming in 2012?– iPad 3 to get 2048x1536 HD display? – iPad 3 units are going into production– Apple iPad 3 delayed– Guide to Apple iPad 3 rumours– iPad 3 to feature HD display– iPad 3 will be "the biggie"– Smart secondary displays to come on iPad 3– E Ink-LCD hybrid screen on iPad 3
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