The wave of rumors about Apple's next generation (and yet to debut) iPad seem endless. The latest rumor is that the new iPad, dubbed iPad 3, An unconfirmed photo from a Korean forum suggests that iPad 3 will boast of a better display panel than the current one.
Earlier this week, DigiTimes reported that Apple may use IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide) flat panels to increase the tablet's display resolution to full HD level.
The photo, published on the Korean forum, is claimed to be that of the highly hyped iPad 3's HD panel.
The image shows a component, which has three ribbon cable connectors. iPad 2 panel has two connectors.
Apple Insider has suggested that the two cables of Apple's current tablet are for power and data transfer, while the extra one is supposed to provide for the bandwidth necessary to power high resolution panel. MacRumors also suggested the same.
Previously, it was rumored that the next generation iPad would have a high-resolution Retina display (2048x1536 pixel resolution), which is four times that of iPad 2. No wonder one more cable is needed.
Elsewhere, DigiTimes reported that Apple's next tablet will use IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide) flat panels to increase its resolution, while keeping the device thin at the same time.
However, as Apple is offering no comments on these rumors, the talk on iPad 3 display will continue to grow.