The HD tag is of course referring to high definition and the global online community expects the new iPad HD to be equipped with front and rear facing cameras that can support high definition video recording.
This news is a very good one as a front facing HD camera would facilitate video calling in HD and with the new tablet possibly supporting 3G, will deliver ultra clarity enabled video chatting and calling experience like never before.
Apple iPad HD will also be equipped with all the features that its predecessor has and Apple is buoyed to sell the new Tablet along with the existing iPad for some time in the future until they pull the old iPad from the market subsequently.
Apple iPad HD will have a large 9.8 inch full touch screen display as with the normal iPad and we also expect the device to be powered by the iOS 5 which is soon slated to be launched globally.
The new Apple Tablet will have all possible multimedia and entertainment support features including playback and recording of media files in MP3, MP4, WAV, WMV, AAC+ and even high definition video formats. The device will also be equipped with an HDMI port and USB slots for further connectivity options. It will have a 3.5 mm audio jack for external audio connectivity.
The touch screen interface will have multi gesture facilities that is very intuitive and user friendly. Apple iPad HD will be available in probably the same memory configurations as the older iPad and hence we can expect a 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB version of the device.
Apple iPad HD will be equipped with all the latest iOS software for editing and publishing of both images and video and is expected to provide performance standards that have never been achieved before.
The new Apple Tablet will also offer Wi-Fi and 3G high speed internet access and as such you can use the Tablet to download from and search the internet wherever you go.
The price of the new variant is unknown but it is likely that the device will hit stores within two months. Thus we won't have to wait long for getting our hands on the device for further testing.