Apple is going to be launching something new next week, and now that we have this video I am expecting a new iPad.
But now that we know that the new device will probably be thinner and lighter, I can't help but wonder what Apple did to fix the screen issues. As you probably know, the Retina display is a power hog. That led to the latest iPad model being heavier and thicker than its predecessor (bigger batteries), but now that we know the new model is smaller and thinner I am curious to find out what Apple changed in order to reduce the size.
Is the new screen less of a power hog (thus requiring fewer batteries)? I don't know, but it's certainly possible.