Having a decent supply line is always crucial when it comes to war – and you can say that on the corporate battlefield, the same strategy would apply as well. While Apple currently dominates the tablet market which it basically thrusted upon the world, that does not mean the company should remain complacent at all, which is why word has it that Apple intends to stockpile a cool 2 million units of a thinner, higher-resolution third-generation iPad in time for its launch next year – and the fruity company intends to do so before 2011 is over.
Digitimes did mention earlier this week that Apple has already tasked their suppliers with a couple of tablet projects, where they were given the code name “J1″ and “J2″. These new models are touted to come in different sizes, specifications as well as technologies – although we aren’t quite sure just how different the technology involved would be from the current iPad 2.
A higher resolution display is definitely in the works, but it will not be Retina Display for the moment since a Retina Display will be priced out of reach for the ordinary person.
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