Apple Released the New iPad on the morning 7 March, 2012 in California. The new generation iPad is featured with the more splendid display, the faster processer and other upgraded configurations. Though the creative points did not satisfy some investors, the new iPad is still worth to hold.
The most sparking point of the new iPad to the customers might be its Retina display. Since the old iPad and iPad 2 were embedded with the common LED screen, which could hurt the users’ eyes for long time watching, has been criticized fiercely.
Now the Retina display, as was rumored, has potentially making it the most pixel-packed slate in the market. The Current iPads have a display resolution of 1024x768; while the resolution of the new iPad is 2048x1536;—doubled the resolution, bringing the new iPad in line with the iPhone 4s’ retina display.
There is also a new iSight camera on board that is quite similar to the version inside the iPhone 4S. It is only five megapixels, but it does have a backside illuminated sensor with a five element lens. It is also capable of capturing 1080p video, which should come as no surprise. “Put another way, you all have an HDTV at home, 1080p—an iPad has more pixels. That’s incredible!” says Apple’s Phil Schiller.
And the new model has an A5X processor and quad-core graphics chip. Some experts indicate that the new iPad could be better than Xbox 360 and PS3 for its better screen resolution and more memory as well as no need of consoles. With the faster processor, not only can playing games on the iPad be an amazing experience, but other touches, such as flipping e-books (which is matured made by the flip book software) or surfing webpage can also be faster and enjoyable.
We are also excited to see the new iPad possesses the function of Siri as that in iPhone 4S, but it retains partly in it, only for some command notes. The whole voice input function for iPad might be perfect on its next generation. Let’s wait for the creation.
The new iPad will be available March 16th, starting at $499 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model and scaling up to $829 for the 64GB version with 4G. And as usual, the old iPad 2 will decrease $100. And the pre-orders start the releasing day in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia, with much of the rest of the globe to follow on March 23rd.
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