It's mere two days before the much
anticipated iPad 2 announcement and various images of the upcoming
tablet appear with the speed of light. The latest images, courtesy of
iFixyouri, show that a white front panel might well be seen on the new iPad. It doesn't seem unlikely given Apple's affinity to black and white versions of the company's products. The main reason behind the delay of another product expected in white, the iPhone 4, remains a secret, but most sources agree that the white paint causes light leakage when using the camera. The possible lack of a rear-facing camera on the iPad might have helped resolve the issue.
The panel also clearly shows a hole in
the top part, which would fit perfectly a front-facing camera. The
tablet is expected with a faster, A5 chipset, but the screen as well
as its resolution are expected to remain the same. We won't know for
sure until we see the next-gen iPad break cover in two days, so let's
wait up - it shouldn't be long.