As the 2011 is coming, rumors about the new iPad 2 appears everywhere on the internet. Though have no Apple’s official response, most people believe that the iPad 2 would be revealed in first half of this year.
There is evidence that about two-thirds of Apple’s iPad shipments feature 3G connectivity. While those who own an iPad with 3G can connect only to AT&T’s 3G network for the present. If consumers want to connect to Verizon’s network, they should need the assistance of the MiFi 2200 Hotspot for Web access. So Apple has a good reason for more 3G connectivity options.
According to DigiTimes, Apple is working on three versions of the iPad 2. One model of iPad 2 will feature Wi-Fi only; while another will provide UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System), which is a 3G technology used by AT&T and T-Mobile in the US, connectivity and Wi-Fi; the third model would posses CDMA access and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Beyond connectivity, Apple is trying to reduce smudging and screen reflection on iPad 2.
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