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Apple Testing New 12.9 Inch Tablet With 2K And 4K Resolution Displays

December 5th, 2013 | Posted by Jake Nolan in iPad | Rental | Tablet

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Apple has taken a lot of heat lately for falling behind some of their competition when it comes to the resolution of their iPad Air with Retina Display. Although the iPad Air’s display quality is quite good, some people still complain that is isn’t good enough, considering the Kindle Fire HDX has a way higher resolution. The current Kindle Fire HDX has about one million more pixels than the iPad Air; 2560 x 1600 and 339 pixels per inch with an 8.9 inch display.

The new iPad with a 12 inch display that everyone has been hearing rumors about recently may be Apple’s answer to this issue. According to new rumors, they are currently testing their future iPad release right now with 2K and 4K resolutions. According to un-named sources, there have already been several prototypes on this new tablet.

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If this is true, the new iPad would be one of the most impressive tablet releases that we have ever seen. The resolution would likely be 4096 x 3072, which is even higher than the 4K Ultra high-definition televisions that have come out recently. The current iPad Air is 2048 x 1536 at and 264 pixels per inch, and the resolution on the new version would be literally doubling that.

This change would be one of the most pleasing things that Apple could ever do for their fans. That, and smartscrolling. But we shouldn’t get our hopes up, just in case.

One rumor that can’t really be taken too seriously is the release date for this new iPad. You can find more guesses on that than there are pixels in the new display. Originally everyone thought it would be coming out in early 2014, but my guess is that it will have a more traditional release date of  later 2014, maybe around fall. Another thing people say is that the 2K release will probably be mid year, with the boosted specs version having the later release.

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