Originally Posted by JSWolf
Nobody has yet gotten an iPad 3.
Not true. Lots of reporters seen it.
Seems to me that this kind of logic you use, relies on the metaphisical assumption that "until you dont' have something in your hands, you can have nothing to say about it". It this was true, we would have a very low consideration of knowledge and culture as mediated experience and reflection upon experience.
We have reliable data (what a lcd is, what "retina" is, we know super amoled plus which 'til now had a slightly better readability under bright light, etc) pics, vids like this
and knowledge about how these displays react with bright light.
We also know that if this display was capable of something similar, Apple wouldn't wait to let us explicitly know via advertisings, that if can finally be read in bright light.
It's true that we common users cannot say nothing very precise and detailed about it.
But it's true that we have enough data to come to the conclusion that this ipad will never be able to display what we've seen in the misleading video
, exaclty like no iPhone 4 and no super amoled plus is capable of that.