New iPad 3 To Unveil Today Using A New Technology?
The words from Apple "We have something you really have to see. And touch"; creates a lot of speculations among the tech enthusiasts and still remains a mystery at this point.
Also, rumors circulating on the internet as to what's going to be the name of the new iPad is creating a lot of buzz among the general consumers and techies alike. Some say the newest iPad will be named "iPad 3", "iPad 2S", "iPad Plus" or "iPad HD".
No matter what the new name of iPad is going to be and its rumored specs, well, for now, let's just concentrate on the attention-grabbing words above that Apple have made about the new iPad.
According to a report, Apple might use a new technology for the new iPad.
In addition, a leading technology and news blog has this interesting report about this latest technology:
"Apple Computer is going to launch the newest iPad today in San Francisco, USA. The upcoming iPad device has truly made a lot of buzz and tons of speculations as regards to Apple saying "We have something you really have to see. And touch".
Speaking of that quote from Apple, we're sold out to believe that Apple is going to utilize the E-Sense Technology with their newest iPad 3, iPad 2S, iPad Plus or iPad HD, whatever Apple wants to call the newest iPad.
E-Sense technology turns touch screens into Feel Screens. The technology lets touch screens come alive with textures, contours and edges that users can feel. The E-Sense technology delivers revolutionary user experiences with high fidelity tactile sensations.
E-Sense technology employs a new generation of "haptics". Whether organizing a desktop or navigating twitter feeds, selecting text or finding hidden objects, tactile senssations make users more productive and applications more engaging. With E-Sense Technology applications can benefit from using feel to guide and reward user actions, whether it is used to minimize visual focus required for accurate operation, or to enrich a multi-modal experience incorporating graphics, sound and feel.
Now if Apple is actually going to use E-Sense technology with the newest and upcoming iPad, at this point, remains unknown, but the big possibility is there".
Finally, all the mystery, rumors and speculations about the newest iPad and its true features, is surely going to end today.