For today's healthy Apple iPad 3 rumor: a Retina Display with a whopping 2048x1536 resolution screen. First rumored back in January, "proof" in iOS 5 could point to new high-resolution iPad 3 screen tech.
In January, a graphic in the iBooks app was discovered with a resolution of 2048x1536 and now another asset with the same high-res pixel count has been made by tech site TechUnwrapped: Twitter.framework.
If you've been following along with what's in store for iOS 5 since last week's Apple WWDC, you'll know that Twitter is going to be injected into iOS devices like stuffing is in a turkey on Thanksgiving day. Although TechUnwrapped's tipster discovery is hardly concrete proof, it does solidify the idea that Apple is at least toying with Retina Displays for future iPads.
U.S. & World
We can picture it now: Steve Jobs is on stage next year at a small press event and he's showing off the iPad 3. It's a hair thinner than the iPad 2 and boom — Retina Display on the iPad 3. We know that such a dense display exists, but will it be cheap enough to include by the time the iPad 3 launches? Maybe just email Apple COO Tim Cook or Steve Jobs? It's worth a shot!