Ipad ram memory upgrade

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My point is that these iPad’s are disposible since the RAM isn’t upgradable, thanks to RAM upgrades my ancient iMac-G3(cpu=500mhz & 750mb RAM) is still useful after all these years.I’m pretty sure it won’t have 4gb, the most it can have is 2gb considering we’re not talking about a major OS like Leopard, Snow or W7.. we’re talking about a pad with a small OS. I think 1gb of RAM is more than enough for the new iPad considering that the iPod Touch 3G and iPhone 3GS have 256mb and a 600MHz of processor.
Source(s):I would assume about 1 GB or maybe a hair less. One of the big things the iPad will be used for is gaming-that might end up being it’s biggest draw. Apple might think the same and that being said, games need lots of RAM. Also, there will be some serious apps designed specifically for the iPad that may require lots of RAM. More or less, the more RAM they put in it, the more it can do. Don’t be surprised if you find out it’s got 2 GB of DDR3 (or faster)the first answerer.. yo einstein, he probably did but wikipedia hasnt released that much info yet…..
my guess is that it has less than one gig of ram… it uses the iphone OS but with a higher resolution.. being that the iphone has like 256 megs of ram id say the iPad has double the ammount.. maybe even one gig, but i doubt it.. from what i know apple is really skimpy when it comes to ram, just look at the macbook. It includes 2 gigs of ram, which would be ridiculous even for a low end pc nowadays

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