If you’re extremely unpatient till April 3rd, then this should quell your desires for a little longer. iPad App Store screenshots have been leaked, and basically everything is just — bigger. Bigger icons, bigger pages, and bigger looking apps. As for the apps, it looks like the way you’ll be able to tell iPhone from iPad app is simple. All iPad-ready apps will be marked “HD”; and programs like OmniGraffle, which is priced at $49.99, are probably priced like that because they’re closer to the desktop counterparts — a great sign that iPad apps are really upgraded in terms of functionality. One more shot of the new iPad App Store is continued on the second part of this post.
Source: App Annie