“Further disputing continued speculation that Apple could do away with the home button on its next-generation iPad, a new picture claiming to show glass panels for black and white third-generation iPad models show the home button and front-facing camera located in positions identical to the iPad 2,” Slash Lane reports for AppleInsider.
“The pictures of the so-called “iPad 3″ digitizer and front glass panel were posted on Thursday by Fix-iPhones.com,” Lane reports. “he black and white front panels appear to be the same part, complete with redesigned ribbon cable, that surfaced out of the Far East last week.”
Lane reports, “The front panel once again suggests that Apple’s third-generation iPad will look largely identical to the iPad 2, with a home button at the bottom of the device and a hole for a forward-facing camera at the top.”
See the photos in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Sarah” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]