Reviews and Problems with Apple New iPad / iPad 3 / iPad 4G LTE
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The New iPad (3rd Generation) Review
30 May 2012
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. With an upgraded iSight camera, 4G LTE for internet access almost anywhere, and Apple's well-entrenched service iNfrastructure, the new iPad once again succeeds in making the best better.
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: 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
Apple iPad (2012) - Three Steps Forward, One Step Back
24 March 2012
Excerpt: Apple's third generation iPad comes with several new features such as a Retina display, A5X processor with quad-core graphics and a 5-megapixel rear camera with advanced optics. Can Apple maintain its lead over the other Android tablets this year? Let's find out.
Pros: Gorgeous display with 2,048 x 1,536 pixels, Better camera performance, Competitive price points
Cons: Heavier than its predecessor, Heats up easily, Low battery mileage when brightness level is at its highest
Excerpt: The Good Exceptional display. Much faster graphics performance; 1GB RAM. 4G and fast 3G without battery life hits. Finally viable rear camera. iOS 5.1 still tops in tablet software for now. 1080p video recording. iPhoto (optional) and a strong app ecosystem. Price is right. Voice dictation. The Bad Thicker and heavier. No real gain to main CPU performance. Signficantly longer charging time. 16GB a tight fit for growing apps. Anemic front camera. No Siri (yet).
Pros: Exceptional display., Much faster graphics performance; 1GB RAM., 4G and fast 3G without battery life hits., Finally viable rear camera., iOS 5.1 still tops in tablet software for now., 1080p video recording., iPhoto (optional) and a strong app ecosystem., Price is right., Voice dictation.
Cons: Thicker and heavier., No real gain to main CPU performance., Signficantly longer charging time., 16GB a tight fit for growing apps., Anemic front camera., No Siri (yet).
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 Apple’s iPad line. It will be nice if Apple chooses to introduce an 8-inch tablet, but the iPad takes mobile computing one step closer to the desktop.
Summary: Introduction Apple has always been the leader in technology and this product is no different. With the best in business configuration and stunning screen resolution, Apple IPad 3 is a tablet worth flaunting. The host of features and the classic sleek design of Apple are truly a class apart and make this one the most desirable products in the category. The 16GB version of Apple iPad 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular can be availed for Rs. 36800 in India.
Excerpt: Apple's iPad 3 is a combination of the known and innovative. Though its design is totally the same as last year's version, internally it has got a pretty decent boost. It has got amazing visuals, great graphics, a proper camera and a host of other features that make it the leader of the pack of tablets.
Excerpt: Mit dem neuen iPad hat Apple eine optische Sensation geschaffen: durch die Retina-Display-Technologie, die bereits vom iPhone bekannt ist, sind mit bloßem Auge keine Pixel mehr zu erkennen. Das Apple iPad-Bild übertrifft damit die Konkurrenz in Puncto Schärfe und Bild-Brillanz deutlich. Ansonsten stellt das Apple iPad 3 hauptsächlich eine solide Weiterentwicklung des Vorgängermodells dar, die in Puncto Funktechnologie jedoch leider eher am deutschen Markt vorbeigeht.
Pros: Präzise, intuitive Bedienung, Retina-Display: mit bloßem Auge sind keine einzelnen Bildpunkte erkennbar, Sehr hoher Display-Blickwinkel, Hohe Akkulaufzeit (10 Stunden)
Cons: Frontkamera mit niedriger Auflösung, Wenige Schnittstellen: kein USB, kein Speicherkarten-Steckplatz, kein HDMI-Anschluss, Bindung an Apples iTunes, keine offene Plattform, Keine Flash-Unterstüztung, Etwas dicker und schwerer als das iPad 2