Possible Features of iPad 5 Apple has definitely made its fans happy this year. First came the iPad 4, then the iPhone 5 and lastly they gave us a pleasant surprise in the form of iPad Mini. Even the iPad 4 was a surprise given that iPad 3 was released only seven months before that. And, given that the iPad Mini was released only sometime back, the big question is about when iPad 5 will be released and what are the new things that we can expect to see. Speculations are that Apple might be looking for an early 2013 release given the scene in the tablet market. Microsoft released Surface and Google released Nexus 10 bringing fresh competition to the iPad. Therefore, most experts are of the opinion that to stay ahead of its competition, Apple needs to bring in something bigger and better. And it is needless to say that the next iPad needs to score an A+ in all dimensions of looks, design and specifications. Letâ€™s look at some of the features that might make their way into the iPad 5.
Display: With respect to the display, iPad 3 and iPad 4 have remained very identical. Although the iPad display is quite state of the art at the moment without requiring massive upgrades, it might be possible that in the next version, that is, the iPad 5 might come with better display capabilities including better readability, brightness and power efficiency.
Processor Capabilities:The iPad 4 is still in a dual core stage just like the iPhone 5 and continues to run on Appleâ€™s A6. Although A6 is supposed to be twice as fast as A5. However, if the iPad 5 is run on A6 with slower processor capabilities, it will most likely lead to problems like heating. Therefore, it has become almost essential for Apple to bring a quad core in the iPad 5.
Camera:Both iPAd 4 and iPad Mini brought with them front and rear facing cameras. The front facing camera made sure users got a better Facetime and Skype experience. Both these versions have 5MP rear camera. However, what would be nice to see is a higher resolution in the front facing camera for better Facetime. Also, in the iPad 4 users have noticed shaking issues due to image stabilization while taking a picture. Apple should iron out these issues in the iPad 5. A/V Output: The iPad 4 saw some advanced audio and video output features included. That said, the iPad still does not have stereo sound like the Macbooks. What might be desirable in the iPad 5 are stereo speakers for a better A/V experience. In the iOS 5, there was an Airplay feature introduced which made gaming experience a few notches better than the previous versions. But, iOS 6 hasnâ€™t seen great improvements in this feature. This also happened due to iOS 6 not having the best transceivers to deal with better quality Airplay.
iPad 4 has been known to have better WiFi connectivity and the LTE on the device also works in a manner very similar to that of iPhone 5 and this might be very desirable on the iPad 5 to give you better power efficiency while being connected to WiFi or 3G networks through its next generation chipset. All these features are sure to tempt the buyers and leave the Apple lovers stunned and wanting for more.
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