Apple may be planning to announce two new iPads at the iWorld (formerly MacWorld) on 26 January next year. According to online sources, the two tablet devices are said to be designed for the mid- and high-end markets.
Apple is planning to unveil two new iPads at iWorld next year. According to sources, the iPad 2 is competing directly with Amazon's Kindle Fire in the price-sensitive market segment, while the new tablets are designed for the mid- and high-end segments. The upcoming iPad models will feature 9.7-inch screens with QXGA resolution (1,536 x 2,048 pixels) and dual-LED light bars for improved brightness. Apple would also continue to contract Samsung to manufacture its quad-core A6 processors, which will be used in the next-generation iPads.