Anticipating Apple's iPad 3 Unveil With Katie Linendoll

March 6, 2012

Hey! Katie Linendoll here for All Access Weekly, guys. By now, it's safe to assume that Apple's much buzzed, blogged and gossiped-about "Special Event" tomorrow will be an introduction of the new iPad 3.

Let's take a comprehensive look at what the upgrade is most likely to entail.

First off, it's probably not going to be an intensive re-imagining of the iPad 2. A few improvements and tweaks, but nothing too paradigm-shifting. Closer in scope to the bump-up from the iPhone 4 to the iPhone 4S.

It also doesn't look like we're going to see a 7" form factor iPad Mini. Not yet, at least.

Here are some of the new features we can look forward to:

RETINA DISPLAY, which will double the current screen resolution to 2048 x 1536

A FASTER PROCESSOR, and most likely a new A6 chip, though it's unclear whether it'll be a dual or quad-core model

A BETTER CAMERA, up to 8MP rear-facing


SIRI INTEGRATION, which most Apple products will incorporate moving forward

You might've heard mention of another product being unveiled at the event as well, which is spot-on. The verbiage on Apple Invites is always a good indicator of what's coming out, and it's pointing to two new products. There are country-wide retail shortages of Apple TVs, which could be because they're making way for the next generation of that product. There is still a very small chance we could see a glimmer of the much rumored full on Apple television imagined to hit retail around fall - but it's not likely.

Stay tuned for Wednesday's post, which will offer full coverage of the Apple event from location, along with a more detailed review of the iPad 3.

And in the mean time, talk nerdy to me. Tell me what YOU would like to see revealed.

Coming soon Thursdays at midnight on SPIKE and hosted by the one and only Katie Linendoll, All Access Weekly will cover all things tech, gaming and comics like never before.

Katie Linendoll is an Emmy Award-Winning Associate Producer (ESPN's SportsCenter), an Emmy Nominated TV Personality (A&E'S We Mean Business), a technology expert and a dedicated sports fanatic.

Source: Apple