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What do you think Apple will have in store for us this year, 2012? Question of the week

¿Qué piensas que nos tendrá preparado Apple para este año 2012?En Apple
During the last keynote, where the new iPad was presented, many new features were introduced. Together with the iPad we had the necessary renewal of the Apple TV, which brought us a new operating system for it and the upgrade of its processor to the A5 which adds the ability to play video in FullHD at 1080p. We also saw, of course, a renewed iPad with a spectacular screen and a bigger graphic engine, all oriented to what really matters in this device, its applications.

But Tim Cook dropped the bomb The year 2012 will be very busy for the users of the block and will come full of novelties . Something similar was already announced in 2009 and the novelties presented were not exactly few. For now we have a new iPad and a new operating system, but that’s not all. A new iPhone will arrive at the end of the summer, beginning of autumn, the range of laptops will be renewed, the iMac and the “forgotten” Mac Pro are waiting for their turn. That’s why this week’s question focuses on that:

What do you think Apple will have in store for us this year, 2012? Question of the weekWhat do you think Apple will have in store for us this year, 2012? Question of the week

What do you think Apple will have in store for us this year, 2012?

In the previous question my colleague Samuel Campos wondered whether the next iPad, which was in the making when the question was asked, would include the LTE connectivity that was so prevalent at this year’s Mobile World Congress. The question has already been answered by Apple itself, but we’ll keep your answers. The most voted one was DonkeyG5 who answered with a short “No. Next question?” . But as I have always liked reasoned answers, if you allow me, I will keep the second most voted one from Chicote69:

The new iPad has the capacity to connect to 4G networks and due to its low implementation is not compatible with 4G networks outside the United States of America, so this war of collectives is at least dull until a general implementation of them is achieved. Whenever we enter into this type of debate, I remember when I was first able to access a WAP mobile and how slow it was. Achieving with a Smartphone the speeds provided by current 3G networks seems to me to be more than enough for now for the most common uses of it.

Finally, I would just like to remind you that you must answer in the “Apple answers” section in the question provided for this purpose and I would also ask you to make an effort to reason out your answers, as I find them at least much more interesting when reading your opinions. See you next week!

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