March 10, 2012

5 Things to Know About 'New iPad'

Apple unveiled its most anticipated third generation iPad in San Francisco. This new generation iPad will be simply called as ‘New iPad’ and not as iPad 3 or iPad HD as expected. The New iPad looks identical to the iPad 2, but comes with an improved display with ‘Retina Display and better communication with ‘4G’. Look at most significant improvements in the New iPad.

1. Retina Display

Finally the New iPad got the retina display as expected. The retina display has doubled the resolution from 1024x768 to 2048x1536 and has quadrupled the amount of clarity. With such huge resolution it has 264 pixels per inch with a total of 3.1 million pixels, it means more than full 1080p HD. The retina display will make a great variation for everything whether it is images, videos or texts.

2. LTE Wireless

The New iPad will have a built-in LTE modem available for Verizon and AT&T. This is one of the notable features in New iPad, because LTE is not available on any of Apples product till now. The LTE can reach upto a download speed of 73 Mbps which is actually an awesome broadband speed for tablets.

3. New A5X Processor

Apple upgraded its processor to boast the big display. It has doubled the processor with new dual core chip and a quad core GPU which makes the device even stronger in terms of performance and graphics. The A5X processor is especially made for the New iPad; the new chip boost high multimedia performance and allows for smooth operation for high resolution retina display.

4. Voice Dictation

It was highly anticipated that Siri will debut in the New iPad, but Apple has planted something different in this device. Apple New iPad has the ‘voice dictation’, a feature you will notice as a microphone icon while typing. Tap the icon and you can dictate to the New iPad

5. iSight Camera

The New iPad comes with an iSight camera which has 5 MP camera featuring autofocus, tap to focus, backside illuminated sensor, 5-element lens, IR filter and face detection. The new camera will support 1080p HD video recording along with video stabilization feature.

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