Apple's iPad 2 Steps into Production
Citing "people familiar with the matter," The Wall Street Journal says the iPad 2 will come equipped with a faster processor, burlier graphics capabilities, at least one built-in camera (front-facing for videoconferencing and presumably FaceTime), and more memory. All this and it's supposed to be both thinner and lighter, too.
Don't expect a much higher resolution in the iPad 2, if at all. And you can probably rule out a USB port, microSD card slot, and definitely don't bank on Flash support. Still, a faster, lighter version of the iPad is sure to be popular with Apple's fanbase, as well as those getting impatient waiting on a viable (and affordable) Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet.
No word on how much the iPad 2 will cost, though for the sake of comparison, the current iPad sells for between $499 and $829.