Apple staff using iPad 3

By Lucy Ingham on Mar 5, 2012 7:27 AM
Filed under Mobility

Mystery device running iOS 6?

Apple employees already seem to be using the iPad 3, according to Ars Technica. Its website has had over 300 visits from a mythical device with a 2048x1536 screen. Ring any bells? 

Last month we reported on an allegedly leaked 2048x1536 iPad 3 retina display which made its rounds on the interwebs and caused quite a stir as it seemingly confirmed the pixel-packing display that the iPad 3 has long been expected to have.

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Ars Techinica also discovered that the same mystery device was running iOS 6, a significant step up from the current iOS 5.0.1. This means that Apple could also be showing off its next iOS iteration this Wednesday and could possibly release its new iPad 3 with the shiny new OS straight out of the box.

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