Introducing The New Ipad
The New iPad3 : Unrevealing What's Beneath
Electronic gadgets are launched almost every day, and it usually never is a big deal unless a much acclaimed company chooses to launch one more in its range. Here, we have Apple's new iPad in mind, and we all know the hype each of its products carries. Now, with the launch of iPad 3, there are like millions of its admirers looking for reasons to love the gadget more than any other in the lot, and then there are the (nearly) equal number of critics who will be searching for the one fault in this new iPad that will attract everyone's attention. So much as to say, this latest offering from Apple successfully created a huge media circus, as always.
Unboxing the iPad3, we came across just the essentials which included the brand new tablet, a compact charger, USB cable and the manual. If you have used the iPad2 before, you will easily conclude that the exteriors are not at all different in this newer version. Everything, right from the placement of the controls to the model inscriptions, is at the same place as in its predecessor. In fact, if both these tablets are switched off and compared, telling them apart is nearly impossible.
Although with no design difference, the iPad3 is slightly heavier and even thicker than the older models. With an average weight difference of about 50g, the bigger battery can be held responsible here. Also, in contrast to Steve Job's decision about making tablets thinner, this one is definitely an exception. The new iPad is 0.4mm thicker, though the difference is practically undetectable by bare eyes.
Amazing features of the new iPad3
It being already said that the iPad3 does not have much of a difference when compared to iPad2 on the external side, there is a plethora of new and exciting features on the inside that make it the best tablet the masses have ever seen to-date. As almost all of us must have already guessed, the iPad3 is much more powerful than the first one in the generation, but when compared to the previous one, this is hardly noticeable. Unless, of course; you are running a considerably memory-consuming app. The iOS has been flawlessly refined, and touch responses are smoother than ever. The power of dual core and the extra RAM make using the device a very pleasant experience.
The Retina Display is something in this iPad that we have all heard about, and to say the least, is the best that has ever been seen on any glowing electronic device. The 2048x1536 display easily puts a HDTV to shame, and sometimes, the effects are literally mind blowing. Images and texts look a lot sharper, not to mention the dramatization effects of the games.
Is it worth to buy?