iPad 5 — the new work horse
A quick demo showing how to add ReceiptKit to your App. If you’d like access to the GitHub repo you can ask me on Twitter.
As Craig Hockenberry said, the orange section of the iOS Support Matrix is about to get quite large over the next 6 months…
But a great indicator of Apple’s plans for the iPad line will be the amount of RAM. Currently iPad’s come with (a paltry) 1GB (see the matrix). But if Apple is about to position the larger iPad as a true replacement to note/net/ultra/chrome/ books then an upgrade to 2GB or even 4GB would give them, coupled with an expected A7X, a commanding lead.
Larger batteries, more (faster) RAM, quad-core A7X, could even make the 10” iPad faster than some currently shipping *books.
Version 3.0 of the the matrix is a huge leap forward not only from the
very first matrix but also in terms of design. We worked really hard in collaboration with The Iconfactory to bring the feel of iOS 7
as-well-as even more information density.
Version 3.0 packs more information into (roughly) the same area. It now
lists each devices hardware compatibility along side the familiar OS
versions, Model IDs and Instruction set.