iPad 3 WILL Have a Retina Display! (No it Won't) Yes it Will! (No it Won't)

Will the
rumor mills
ever get it right? The
Huffington Post
reports that the iPad 3 could come equipped with Apple's
trademark Retina Display. If this news sounds familiar, that's because the Retina Display rumors have been spreading for months. This time, however, there is some actual evidence to suggest that Apple plans to implement a new display. The Huffington Post points to a story by
, which has apparently uncovered the number of pixels supported by iOS 5: 1,536 x 2,048-pixel images. That's double the length and width of the iPad 1 and 2. Intriguing? No doubt. But don't get your hopes up for a
Christmas 2011 launch
– Apple has plenty of other
products to refresh
before the iPad 3 will be released.
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