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.
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.
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...
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.
Conclusion: Apple has endeavoured to recreate the hysterical success it devoured with the Apple of everyone?s eye-the iPad 2, and is not really far from the finishing line! Backed by smart tweaks in inherent attributes, the best screen display that money can buy plus the nattiest volte-face on the...
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.
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