Details about just what the new iPad revision will look like have been trickling out lately, with the latest evidence coming in the form of cases showing up on various small business sites and the like. Today things got a lot more interesting, as many of the images of the leaked cases were ordered to be removed. Exactly who wanted them gone isn't clear, but one of the companies that created them, named Fullchance Industrial Co., described the case designs as "extremely accurate." Fullchance also said that they had worked with Hon Hai Precision Industry, the company that manufactures iPhones and iPads for Apple.
This is by no means concrete evidence of what the iPad 2 will look like and what features it'll pack, but the proof sure is piling up. The cases alluded to features that we expect in the new iPad, like a camera and new speaker, and also showed that the device will feature a form factor similar to the new iPod Touches, with a flat back and tapered sides. So now that we've got a pretty good idea of what the iPad 2 could look like and some of its new features, what do you all think?
Via MacRumors, Wall Street Journal