Engadget has revised downwards its forecast for the next iPad. The site originally was counting on a screen Retina and an SD card reader, says now that those two elements will not be on the menu next iPad. Like other Engadget discusses technical problems that have pushed Apple to reconsider its late copy .


It’s also almost guaranteed that we’ll see the next version of iOS (number 5 in all likelihood, along with its SDK for devs), and an expansion of Apple’s cloud services (that part is a little… foggy right now). Of course, that will perfectly set up Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 5 in June, which is when iPadowners can likely expect to be using the new software. Regardless, we’ll have the goods come next week, so stay tuned!

 While waiting for the special event on March 2? The iPad will be presented should carry a more powerful processor (A5) and more RAM (512 MB). On the other hand, it should include at least one camera.

Finally, according to Engadget, Apple would benefit from the opportunity to unveil iOS 5, which would be finalized for the release of the iPhone 5 this summer, and its plans for its new online services. The latest news on Apple's data center is almost ready

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