MacRumors published an interesting article about the new full-sized iPad, the one that will become available by September or October of this year.
The new model will be about 1 inch less wide, and about 2mm thinner than the current iPad Retina Display. It will resemble the current iPad Mini, which employs a far thinner border on the left and right sides of the screen.
And, in case you missed it, Apple introduced a new 128 GB version of the current iPad this week. It’s now available, and, I suspect, autumn will bring a 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB model, with no more 16 GB iPads after this year.
I really like MacRumors. They hold their sources to very high standards, and if they’re not always 100% on the money, their revelations are consistently sane, reasonable, and forward-thinking.