Potential rear casing of the next iteration of the iPad is leaked?

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Potential rear casing of the next iteration of the iPad is leaked?
As we get closer to the iPad's one year anniversary of being unveiled to the world, we've already been hearing plenty of rumors regarding a potential upcoming successor. Naturally, one of the biggest speculations of the popular tablet is that Apple would be making a slightly more compact version that'll pack a 7” display.

However, today we're being presented with what's believed to be the rear casing of the next iPad. Although it's hard to say if they are indeed authentic, it clearly follows closely to some of the rumors we've been hearing about the next iPad – such as that it'll include dual dock connectors. And from what you can see from the images provided by Mission Repair, it clearly employs that one rumored feature, but of course, it doesn't appear to be the 7” model we've been hearing about.

Additionally, there doesn't seem to be an area for a rear-facing camera which one would suspect to find on a successor model. Regardless, it'll be interesting to see how this one shapes up.

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source: Mission Repair

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3. aztaxia12295

Posts: 272; Member since: Nov 22, 2009

It's obv. photoshopped... PA needs to know things like this :p


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yeah lol

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dude shut up... just goes to show u how people don't read articles

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