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Quadcore Apple A6 support found in iOS 5.1 beta

Quadcore Apple A6 support found in iOS 5.1 beta

Apple's iOS has already been tweaked to accommodate quadcore processors, software digging has discovered, with mention of the four-core chipsets found in the latest iOS 5.1 beta. A hidden panel within the beta discloses which processors iOS 5.1 is set up to handle, 9 to 5 Mac reports, with a reference to "/cores/core.3" indicating two more than we've seen so far in a commercially-launched iPhone, iPod or iPad. The discovery follows speculation resurfacing earlier today that Apple intends to launch not one but two new iPad models this year, with a significantly upgraded iPad 4 due in October.

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iPad 3 in March then supercharged iPad 4 in October tip insiders

iPad 3 in March then supercharged iPad 4 in October tip insiders

Rumors of two iPad launches in a single year have resurfaced, with claims the iPad 3 debut in March will be followed by an iPad 4 "with killer applications" in October 2012. The usual shady sources in the supply chain have whispered of not only an HD-display toting third-gen Apple tablet expected imminently, DigiTimes reports, but suggested that beyond the 2048 x 1536 screen and longer battery life, "other hardware specifications may not be so amazing as expected." For that, they claim, we'll have to wait until Q4 this year.

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