“The iPad 3G expands upon the original iPad, which relies on Wi-Fi connectivity, by adding Internet access via AT&T’s data network,” Brown reports. “IFixit, which recently expanded its own offerings to include a Wikipedia-like site for repairs, says ‘the immediate visible difference is the inclusion of a black plastic RF window on top of the iPad for better antenna reception.'”
Brown reports, “The new iPad boasts five antennas in all, two for cell reception, two for Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity, and one more for GPS. In fact, iFixit says Apple is using the whole LCD frame as an antenna.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]