That’s what it looks like. According to reports by MacRumors Apple’s next iPad will have a ridiculously crisp display with a 2048×1536 maximum resolution. This “rumor” is starting to look more and more accurate based on recent reports by Engadget that the iPad 2 will feature a “super high resolution”, though at the time they didn’t talk possible resolutions. If the iPad 2 did have a 2048×1536 resolution that would double the resolution of the original iPad which lots of folks think has one of the best displays anywhere. From a basic logic standpoint it makes sense as it would be very easy for developers to scale existing apps up to meet the new resolution. You’re like that’s cool but how did they come to this conclusion? You know they say a picture is worth a thousand words right. They discovered pixel-doubled images in the some Apple iOS apps and they are exactly double the resolution as the existing icons. Not convinced? They are also named iPadx2 which matches the naming convention of similar files found for the iPhone. Finally your thinking that would be awesome, but the original iPad’s GPU can run those kind of graphics and your right. With that said, that has us thinking that Apple may have some serious manufacturing going on somewhere.
What do you all think, should Apple be focused on increasing the graphics or should they putting their attention somewhere else, like trying to make sure their display is readable in the sun?