A Hidden Code In iOS 5 Shows Interesting iPad 3 References!


Since Apple released iOS 5 and the developers are digging into iOS 5 codes spotting some hidden features, today the guys at 9to5Mac spotted a hidden code in iOS 5 show’s some interesting iPad 3 references The site has exposed several secret features in the new software by code-digging over the last few months — including Siri.

As we reported for you from some time that Apple stopped working iPad 2 display orders and preparing for iPad 3 launch, also we told you that iPad 3 expected to be have a higher resolution display and be more thinner…
Its recent find pertains to an unreleased Apple product, codenamed J2. The site believes that this could actually be the next version of the iPad. Not only that, but it thinks that this could be the Retina display-equipped tablet everyone has been talking about…Apparently, the J2 codename matches up with a recent report from Digitimes, which also names a J2 device as Apple’s next tablet.

“Since Apple demands that the new iPad model will need to be thinner than the iPad 2, while raising the machine’s screen resolution to 2048 by 1536, upstream component makers have been working aggressively to adjust the device’s LED and panel module designs to satisfy these demands, but the work has affected the launch schedule fo the new tablet PC. Apple is currently giving two tablet PC projects codenamed J1 and J2 to its upstream partners for development. The sources revealed that the major differences of the new tablet PCs compared to the previous model are their size, specifications and technologies.”

The report said Apple is yet to choose between the J1 and J2 model, but it seems like the J2 is actually just the 3G model (the J2 reference was found alongside other CDMA iOS devices) and it is possible that there is a J1, but that has not been found in the iOS 5 code.

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