Apple is highly rumored to introduce its next-generation iPad 3 in the upcoming media event in the first week of March anytime, and the device is expectedly carrying a full retina display which means it will support a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels. The numbers of pixels are quite high and would easily beat all the current present iMacs and MacBook Pros with its display resolution, and it can also support the resolution of 1080p content. However, but the Apple is currently only offering a 720p video content in its iTunes Store for the devices, including the Apple TV’s because Apple believes that A5 processors could only produce 720p content in good matters.
In the past, we have seen many evidences suggesting the arrival of new Apple TV set in the market, as we have spotted new references to the next-generation Apple TV in the iOS 5.1 B3 including the references to the next-generation iPad 3. Both devices, are rumored to be carrying the A6 quad-core processor under their hood, and may for surely spot 1080p content streaming capabilities. Well, the references in the iOS 5.1 beta 3 only suggest that the device is currently under the new production scale, and Apple is actively working on it.
iPad 3 with Retina Display for surely spot the 1080p content, and therefore, Apple soon going to expand its maximum HD resolution limit, and will start offering the video content in 1080p for the iPad 3. It makes sense that Apple will also rolled out the same processor powers in the next-generation Apple TV, and it will also support the 1080p content streaming capabilities. It appears that Apple TV is currently not available anywhere in the internet world, as the Apple has stopped shipping and providing the device, under the notice of “stock not available.”
A new report suggests that big retailers, which are carrying the Apple TV is out of stock at the moment with Apple TV offers, and requiring a bit more time from customers to deliver their new Apple TV. It directly suggests that Apple TV series also going to get a new product along with iPad 3 announcement.