As we near closer and closer towards the expected iPad 3 announcement date on March 7, the rumor mill is kicking into overdrive with a veritable torrent of iPad 3 rumors coming from a variety of sources.
There’s been more talk recently that the iPad 3 will feature a high-resolution Retina Display, a more beefy processor, better cameras, and support for 4G LTE. One rumor has it that the iPad 3 will feature a quad-core A6 processor, a pretty big step up from the iPad 2′s dual-core A5.
Other sources say that the iPad 3 will feature Siri, Apple’s digital personal assistant which debuted with the iPhone 4S, and a Chinese blog is claiming to have constructed a partial iPad 3 from supplier parts. The site’s reports also happen to back up much of the rumors.
But will Apple’s iPad 3 actually be called the iPad 3? A new rumor from VentureBeat says that Apple will be doing away with the conventional number system, and will instead name their next-generation tablet the “iPad HD” to tout the tablet’s 2048 x 1536 resolution.
Apple’s big event is only a day away, so we won’t have to wait much longer to finally be able to put all of these iPad 3 rumors to rest.