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Will The iPad 3 Have Retina Display Support With 2048×1536 Resolution?

According to a report by 9to5Mac, deep inside the iOS 5 SDK are evidence that the next generation iPad will include Retina graphics, to be specific, it is said to be capable of displaying 2048 x 1536 resolution. Take note that the resolution that's indicated happens to be twice that of the current iPad 2 which is 1024 x 768. Also note that this pixel-doubling strategy is similar to what happened to the iPhone 4 when it supported Retina Display. The iPad 2 was expected to have Retina Display but it didn't, now these evidences suggests that maybe it will come with the iPad 3.

iPad 3 Retina Display
9to5Mac has unveiled that the iPad 2X graphics is found in the Twitter.framework of the iOS 5.0 SDK, which if anyone can recall is only available in the latest iOS platform. In addition to that, the iOS 5 will undoubtedly be the base iOS of the iPad 3, where the iPad 2x graphics were found. So it comes as a no surprise that people will find strings woth references to the next generation iPad. Check out this comparison of the iPad 2x graphics with the current iPad:
iOS 5 Retina 2x Graphics
Also TechUnwrapped also found some evidences of 2x images in iOS 5's Newsstand which only fuels that rumor that the next iPad will have Retina Display support.
iOS 5 Newsstand 2x display
With all that said, these are all strong indications that seems to point to the possibility of the next-gen iPad having Retina Display graphics support with 2048 x 1536 resolution. We will know for sure as the iOS 5's release date approaches. [via 9to5Mac]

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