2048 x 1536 resolution retina play for ipad3 confirmed by MacRumors

Rumours goes on and on about ipad 3, but now it seems that we have the first concrete evidence of the existence of the apple’s first “super-high” resolution ipad. The fine folks from Macrumors got their paws on a screen and put it under the microscope. Despite the same 9.7 inch screen size as the ipad and ipad 2, the display has four-times of the pixels.

We can’t say for sure this is the thing that will be inserted to ipad 3, but we know for sure is that an 9.7 inch sized, 2048 x 1536 resolution display has been produced from somewhere in the world.(possibly foxconn industry which is currently under inspection from

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