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iTunes Movie Trailers App to Stream Movies in HD

Written on March 25, 2012 by Aiken Lewis

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Apple released an update that allows iTunes Movie Trailers to work with New iPad's Retina Display

After releasing an app that allows users to watch movie trailers from iTunes directly on your iPad, Apple has released a new update that lets you stream movies in the New iPad’s retina display.

You can really see the difference between the New iPad and the iPad 2. The 1024 x 768 screen of the iPad 2 is not capable of a full 720p display due to the aspect ratio. 1080p trailers can now be viewed in the third generation iPad, thanks to the new update.

New iPad owners can now enjoy watching free movie trailers in high definition.

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iPad 3: Coming with Thinner Battery and Form Factor

Written on September 07, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Though the buzz on Apple's iPad 3 gone hush over last month, it seems that the rumor mill is still in action.

Since the previous news stated that Apple’s iPad 3 will not be available until next year, the buzz about the said tablet gone a bit quiet. However, there were rumors that the device will get a Retina Display and thinner batteries and form factors.

As reported by Taiwan Economic News, Apple signed deals with Dynapack International Technology Corp. and Simplo Technology Co. for battery packs for the third-gen iPad. This will provide iPad 3 with thinner and lighter battery packs than the ones currently used in iPad 2. Moreover, it should provide a longer life for users. However, it will cost the company by up to a third more. Regardless, the thinner and lighter battery packs are anticipated to enter production during Q1 2012.

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Apple Calls Off iPad 3 Supply Orders for 2011

Written on August 16, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Apple pushes the release of iPad 3 devices not later than 2012.

Taiwan-based publication Digitimes reported recently that Apple has just canceled its iPad 3 supply schedule for the second quarter of the year, which means the next-generation iPad is unlikely to be available until 2012.

According to the source, the yield rate of a 9.7-inch panel with a Retina display resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 may be the main reason for the delay, since Apple’s other supply partners – Samsung Electronics and LG Display – have been unable to reach a good yield rate.

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