“Typically, when Apple’s product launched approaches, many industry watchers offer conflicting views on the features the new products might sport,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.
“Fifth-generation iPhone rumors mostly conflict in terms of the product’s design, but industry watchers seem to agree on features like an improved camera or a dual-core processor,” Gurman reports. “With the upcoming iPad 3, most industry watchers agree on a design similar to the iPad 2′s design and a Retina Display.”
Gurman reports, “Notably, publications are disagreeing on the new iPad’s processor, because some are pointing to a quad-core A6 chip and others are calling for an improved A5 dual-core chip. Why, though? Well, Apple is actually developing both…”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]