To make sure you’re up to date, here’s a current iPad overview:
Today’s full size iPad is known as the 4th generation iPad. It is the only Apple product to feature the Oct. 2012 A6X processor. This processor has twice the speed and twice the graphics as its predecessor the A5X (iPad 3rd Generation). These iPads hit our shelves November 2012. The iPad 4th generation has a 9.7” screen and comes in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB & 128GB capacities. They are due for an upgrade.
When these full size iPads came out, a new iPad was also launched: The iPad Mini. The iPad Mini features the A5 processor (same as the new iPod Touch). The iPad Mini has a 7.9” screen and comes in 16GB, 32GB & 64GB capacities. They are also due for an upgrade.
What should we expect these upgrades to be?
No one ever really knows what Apple will unveil. Apple has been criticized of quickly losing themselves as the mainstream, innovative leader they became. That’s debatable. There’s no doubt that Apple’s 2013 business year hasn’t exactly shocked the consumer electronics world with a new successful product line or major update (yet). However, there’s one thing that Apple has always done well. They know how to keep a secret. The following information is a result of scouring Apple rumor websites and looking to the internet to shed some light on what we should expect to see in the next week or so.