Apple rumored to be releasing a new generation of iPad mini in 2013's with 10 inch iPad. One concern is how the resolution of the new Apple tablet will be, considering the iPad first generation mini criticized for a pixel density of 162 ppi only.
The downside is likely to be covered on the Apple iPad second generation mini. According to information from BrightWire who get it from the Apple supplier AU Optronics. Companies located in Taiwan is reportedly ready to produce iPad mini display panel with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, four times the screen resolution of the first-generation iPad mini is only 1024 x 768 pixels. Thus, the density will reach 324ppi Retina Display or entry criteria.
Rumor is in line with the rumors that have appeared in November 2012 ago. If true then the application developers for the Apple tablet have to work longer to adapt the program so it works well on the new screen.
As an illustration, the Apple iPad Mini has a density of 163 pixels while the fourth-generation iPad has a density of 264ppi.