By now the drill is familiar. Apple rolls out the next iPhone. It has a few hardware upgrades that make it better, faster, and more feature rich. And then we wait and see what hardware features make it into the next iPads, which Apple should unveil in October if you believe all the rumors and leaks (yes, more unverified photos surfaced this week on Sonny Dickson’s site).
Of course, the new iPads will get new hardware upgrades of their own. The larger iPad, sometimes referred to as the iPad 5, should be equipped with a new version of its Retina Display that helps trim down the overall size of the device. And the iPad Mini 2 is on tap to get upgraded with its own high-resolution Retina Display (or so we think).