A developer who is lastly renderedreliable information on respect to things Apple and otherwise tellsus the next iPad uses the HD moniker rather than going with "iPad3." That matches up considerable on a report from Gizmodo lastweek that included an alleged list of upcoming cases from Griffin,listing the product as "iPad HD (3)", as well ascorresponding usage reports from an application called Tapatalk thatcontained "iPad HD" among the list of devices using it. Onebig remaining question is whether that name is already in use. Useowns the rights to the iPad name in the U.S. and other countries.
With the domain front, the answer tothat question is yes. He toldus that he is never been contactedby Apple about the domain in the years he is kept onto it. Thatcontains the last few weeks. Individually, it is presently parked viaa domain company that offers a way to bid with the name. Only becausefew of these names are already taken does not intend Apple would notpounce with them later the fact.
It did only that on Cisco and theiPhone name later introducing it--a move that led to a legal spatamong the two companies, now adjusted. Apple as well picked up fromanother company to play home to its cloud-depended service last year.
Apple has been experienced to wearround simple changers onto its product names earlier, too a name asthe iPad HD would not be unprecedented. For instance, in the fifthmajor version of its iMovie software Apple added support for 720pand 1080i video, and as well dropped the version number in prefer ofcalling it iMovie HD.
The second-generation iPhone also wellacquired a "3G" tacked on the end to announce that it wascompatible on third-generation cellular networks. A report from TheVerge previous July cited multiple sources like saying the upcomingiPad would be called the "iPad HD" and that Apple would beunveiling it to sit alongside the iPad 2.