iPad 2 to have a pixel-doubled screen resolution upgrade after all?

If this is to be believed, the next iPad must have seriously powerful graphics hardware, stuff that can power resolutions almost as high as that of Apple’s 27 inch Cinema Display.

Stuff that will Kill all the current iPad Killer-wannabes like the next generation Galaxy Tab and the Motorola Xoom even before they come to market.

I have always doubt the possibility of the next iPad debuting with a retina display (aka. original resolution “pixel-doubled”) due to simply the kind of hardware and processing power involved in supporting such a high resolution display, not to mention the negative impact it will have on battery life. But rumors of recent weeks have been more detailed than the usual speculation, and it’s hard to ignore them now.

Link: iPad 2 Likely to Have 2048×1536 Screen Resolution

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