The third-generation iPad is facing some problems but Asia-based sources confirm no backing out from the project of revised model.
The third-generation iPad has 2,048x1,536 Retina display, which according to the sources, is demanding double backlights as compared to the iPad 2 model. This increase in backlights will automatically make the device run hotter. Moreover, the addition will also necessitate a bigger battery, which will give roughly the same battery life as the previous model.
The second problem that the department is facing: bulking up more backlights will thicken the screen and the model will automatically become a heavier design than the iPad 2.
Highlighting all the issues, Mr. Raymond Soneira, the founder, president, and CEO of DisplayMate Technologies talked of some similar challenges that came up in the way of Apple and its production of the third-generation iPad to CNET back in May.
Despite several efforts, Apple has also not worked out till date with its original plan of using the new technology IGZO from Sharp thereby allowing the company to make the third-generation iPad equally thin as was the iPad 2.
"They pushed amorphous silicon [display tech] to a higher [pixels per inch] than anybody else. But the light throughput is not good. So it has roughly twice as many LEDs, and they had to get a 70 percent larger battery", Soneira said at that time. Let’s wait and watch what the companies bring out for the users!
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