After the iPad 2, nothing seemed more thinner. Our readers might agree on this, specially those who have been glued to gadgets even after having to use the iPad or the iPhone 4. Come 2012, you’re about to witness an even thinner version of the iDevice, thanks to the slimmer battery packs which might shave up to 30% of the space from the iPad 3.
Simplo Technology Co. and Dynapack International Technology Corp., both being Apple Inc.’s contract suppliers of battery packs for the iPad as well as the Macbook, have been able to design a thinner and lighter battery module which would excel the iPad 3 to a profit drive.
In addition, the new battery pack would meet CTIA IEEE 1625 standard for better quality, safety and reliability. This trend has been widely witnessed in the consumer electronic market due to certain carrier’s banning the ordinary battery packs, instead promoting only those devices which come certified with IEEE 1625-certified battery packs.
Taiwan Economic News reports:
With the upcoming iPad 3 to feature a thinner, lighter battery module that is widely believed to be priced 20-30% higher than iPad 2’s, Simplo Technology Co. and Dynapack International Technology Corp., both Apple Inc.’s contract suppliers of iPad and Macbook battery packs, will hence secure a surefire profit drive for the near future.
Institutional investors pointed out that the battery pack for iPad 3, scheduled to be massively produced in the first quarter of next year, has been redesigned to be thinner and lighter with a longer service life than iPad 2 edition’s