Despite the passing of Steve Jobs last year, Apple continues its former CEO's legacy of developing creative and innovative products with the release of the new iPad. Apple promised improvements on an already strong foundation from the first two versions, so let's take a closer look at what the newest iPad has to offer its users.
One of many new features, the retina display allows the new iPad to boast four times the pixels of its predecessor. This allows for sharper text, enhanced colours, more life-like images and an overall better experience for users. Also, with this added element, there is 44 per cent greater colour saturation and 3.1 million pixels in 9.7 inches of space.
None of the upgrades made on the new iPad would be possible without the A5X chip. This chip, with quad-core graphics, enables the new iPad to drive four times the pixels of the iPad2, without negatively impacting the picture quality or battery life (estimated at 10 hours). It even makes this iPad more responsive. Whether it’s as simple as scrolling or as advaned as editing photos, operating the new iPad has never been so easy.
The 5-megapixel iSight camera makes taking great photos easy on the new iPad. It also allows recording of HD video in full 1080p with video stabilization, so there are minimal shakes. The new optics, software and image signal processor, makes the new iPad better than most cameras.
This iPad has the best support for networks worldwide, and is extremely fast when streaming or browsing the web. Dictation, iOS and iCloud take the new iPad to new heights and allow you to get the best apps, synch all your Apple devices and use your voice instead of a keyboard.
Some may have thought it would be impossible to improve on the features of the iPad 2, but Apple seems to have proven those doubters wrong with its new iPad. With retina display, quality cameras, great support and up to 10 hours of battery life, Apple has set a new bar with the its latest tablet.Login or register to post comments. All comments have to go through a queue for approval to keep the nasty stuff out, but we'll post yours as soon as we can.