Monday, January 17, 2011

Upcoming iPod Touch will feature 3D Display? And iPhone and iPad will have Dual Core Graphic Chip? [Rumor]

Next Generation iPhone and iPad will be having Dual core Graphic Chips. It will consist a Apple’ s A4 Chips with Dual core Graphic Processing Unit. which means next Generation iPhone and iPad will be capable of recording Full HD video Recording plus it will also be capable of playing high end graphic games. AppleInsider reports citing sources familiar with the matter. From other sources Next generation iPod touch will be having a 3D display Panel capable of producing 3D graphics.

A source familiar with Apple’s graphics strategy says the company will not only be upgrading its video core, but also going to multiple cores, a feature that is designed into the SGX543 design. The most likely configuration of Apple’s next custom chip is reportedly the SGX543MP2, which pairs two SGX543 cores to work as one, offering around four times the capability of the previous A4 in graphics and video tasks.
The SGX543 graphic chip will probably paired with Dual core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU which will definitely make iPad 2 the most powerful Tablet capable of playing HD videos and high graphics game. And about the iPhone 5 the most recent rumor has it that it will also sport a multi-core CPU, and that it will be completely redesigned compared to iPhone 4.
According Japan’s Macotakara blog they have been tipped by sources that next generation iPod touch will be capable of producing 3D graphics and Apple working on 3D display panel. Apple is “ready to start producing up to make” small 3D panels, panels which look a little like those made by Sharp. The report also speculates the device may have a 3D integrated gaming interface, the ability to position and control a game using the Facetime camera, and face recognition.

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