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iPad HD: Haptic texture could pry open my wallet

iPad HD: Haptic texture could pry open my wallet

I've a confession to make: I wasn't planning to buy an iPad HD, but my mind has been changed. Speculation about the third-gen Apple tablet has reached fever-pitch, with everything from a Retina Display-style resolution boost to a significant processor jump and better cameras tipped. Despite the improvements, though - and despite how often I'm accused of being an Apple fan-boy in the comments - the upgrade talk had left me cold. So what's swung me to eye my credit card hungrily? The talk of "Feel Screen" style tactile touch.

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iPad HD “Feel Screen” Senseg tech tipped

iPad HD “Feel Screen” Senseg tech tipped

A super-tactile touchscreen capable of delivering virtual textures, bumps and more to your fingertips has been tipped for the iPad 3/iPad HD, with haptics specialist Senseg dropping heavy hints that its innovative tech is featured in the third-gen iOS slate. Although Apple has been tight-lipped about today's iPad event - beyond its "We have something you really have to see. And touch" tagline for the presentation - Senseg pointedly told Pocket-lint that it "won't be making any statements until after Apple's announcement" when asked if its system had been added to the tablet.

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iPad 3 LTE for both Verizon and AT&T, more RAM, no quadcore, and Apple TV

iPad 3 LTE for both Verizon and AT&T, more RAM, no quadcore, and Apple TV

New details continue to surface on Apple's iPad 3, or iPad HD, ahead of its unveiling event tomorrow. Sources now claim that the next-gen iPad will be launching for both Verizon and AT&T with different LTE versions for each carrier. The device is expected to include more RAM and will be sporting an advanced dual-core A5X processor instead of the rumored quad-core A6. Refreshed Apple TVs compatible with the next-gen iPads and OS X Mountain Lion are also expected to be announced.

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iPad HD for the detail obsessed

iPad HD for the detail obsessed

For those of you looking to get the closest look at the device we've been obsessing over for days, weeks, and even months, we've whipped up a new comprehensive guide for the detail oriented. What we've got here is not a guide for what the iPad HD is, but what it'll be revealed as being tomorrow at the main event - also known as the iPad 3 event. This device is the third generation iPad unit to have been revealed by Apple, and has also been known thus far as the iPad 2S, right along the same lines as the newest upgrade to the iPhone 4, the iPhone 4S.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 6, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 6, 2012

This morning we're getting geared up for the iPad HD reveal -- what's that you say? It's still over 24 hours away? It certainly seems like it's falling down directly upon our heads with all the information being jammed out from so-called sources close to the matter and such, so it'll be a blessing upon our hearts when the actual device is revealed at tomorrow's iPad 3 event. We'll be there live, if you did not know already, and you can catch all the liveblog action at http://live.slashgear.com/ at 10AM PST sharp! Meanwhile let's talk about that product some more - first with the iPad HD "confirmation" then with the iPad mini 7.1-inch unit - guess which one is more likely to be real.

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iPad HD demand surges as reveal nears

iPad HD demand surges as reveal nears

The lure of the iPad HD means almost a third of mobile web users fully intend to buy the third-gen Apple tablet, despite there being no confirmed specifications or pricing for the new slate, according to market researchers. 29-percent of those surveyed told mobile ad network inMobi they intended to grab the iPad 3/iPad HD when it launches, while 65-percent would also consider a cut-price iPad 2 instead if the numbers were right.

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iPad mini to be 7.1-inches claims insider

iPad mini to be 7.1-inches claims insider

With iPad HD speculation pulling together ahead of Wednesday's Apple event, rumors around the tipped "iPad mini" continue to fizz in the background ahead of the smaller slates expected Q3 2012 launch. Although talk of a 7.85-inch display has proliferated in recent months, Apple's order book is supposedly for 7.1-inch panels according to VentureBeat's trusted sources, as the company "is particularly keen on taking back ground from the Kindle Fire."

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iPad HD tipped as third-generation iPad

iPad HD tipped as third-generation iPad

This Wednesday we'll be at an event held by Apple which will undoubtedly play host to the next generation tablet computer from the giant that defined the genre. This third generation tablet from Apple has been tipped to be called the iPad HD by a reliable source speaking with Mashable's Chris Taylor, this name coming in what at first may seem in sharp contrast to the most popular nickname for the device thus far: iPad 3. This situation is so similar to what happened with the release of the newest iPhone that it seems almost inevitable that the iPad HD name will have to stick - it just works.

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