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Apple’s New iPad
3 August 2012
Excerpt: Now the wait is over and the dust has settled, we take a closer look at the latest incarnation of Apple’s iPad … So, no iPad 3. No iPad HD – in name, at least. Just a plain old, simple, ‘new’ iPad .
Excerpt: Right on schedule, Apple has announced their latest iteration of the new iPad . Yes, that’s its official name and it was the biggest surprise of the entire announcement. You can guess that the most important upgrade to the third generation of Cupertino’s market-dominating tablet lies in the...
Conclusion: Anyone waiting for "The iPad HD" as it was also rumored to be named need wait no longer, as Apple has tendered a high-definition monolith that goes beyond 1080p to bring us unprecedented video quality in a consumer portable media player.
Pros: Jaw-dropping, knee-shaking, better-than-1080p video quality, Still/Video camera greatly improved, Fast 4G LTE data access (optional, requires monthly service)
Cons: STILL no Flash video support, Slightly more sluggish power-up/-down than before
Summary: Replies to the questions posed by many consumers depend on the latter’s personal tastes and needs. The thing is: this tablet doesn’t bring major innovations. The retina display, great 4G LTE speeds and good camera are its very good pros. But the design and the battery are the same as the iPad 2.
Conclusion: After personally sitting out for the first two iPads, Apple’s unveiling of the third iPad finally got me excited enough to consider shelling out $500 for a new tablet . After using it, it doesn’t feel like quite as huge a leap as we were hoping for, but it’s still a big step forward for tablets and...
Conclusion: The iPad is without doubt the best tablet you can buy. Yes, it’s a little fatter and heavier than the last generation, but not so much as you’d notice, and the payoff – that incredible Retina Display – is well worth the extra heft.
Excerpt: The iPad has earned its reputation. While there is strong competition from the likes of Samsung and Asus, neither of these companies have (yet) been able to rival the iPad in terms of screen resolution and software experience.
Pros: + Screen transforms the way you consume digital content
Summary: If you are an iPad 'one' user, or a user of any other tablet available in the market, then you should consider the upgrade to the New iPad. If you are an iPad 2 user however, we suggest you skip this iteration and wait for the fourth generation iPad as that will be a better value for money upgrade...
Summary: Apple just made the new iPad official and it comes with a Retina Display that goes up to 2048 x 1536 resolution with a pixel density of 264ppi. Apple’s existing apps will be scaled up to the high-res display and will be encouraging developers to do the same
Pros: + Retina Display, + Tried and true design, + Good Battery life
Cons: - No LTE for most of us, - No major changes, - Apple iPad, - USB Dock Connector, - Charger, - 3.5mm headphone