Published On: Thu, Apr 12th, 2012

iPad 3 Review for Users

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Review on iPad 3

Despite facing a tough competition, iPad 2 remained successful in all the other tablets competitors because of its features and balanced offering. After iPad 2, people had high expectation towards third generation of iPad which came just after one year of iPad 2 release. Apple unveiled the highly-anticipated new iPad in March 2012 to the awaiting public with a very familiar body as iPad 2, but with some intriguing new internals.

Sticking to the Apple’s usual routine, the third-generation iPad follows the same price path as its predecessors which starts at that golden price of $500.

The package of the iPad 3 contains following accessories:

iPad, USB cable, Wall charger, Product safety and warranty information and Quick start guide

Design of iPad 3

The design of iPad 3 is almost the same as its predecessors but has new revolutionary features in it. It looks just like the iPad 2, but it is minutely thicker (0.37 thick) and heavier (23 oz). It would have been preferable if the new iPad was somehow lighter instead, it’s heavier. When it comes to real world handling, it’s comfortable to grasp with a single hand, though, two-handed operation is the preferable way since fatigue can set in after an extended period of time.

Frankly saying there is nothing new in the design of new iPad but as it is faster, more powerful and has by far the best screen ever seen on a tablet then it’s “No Fresh” look can be ignored.

Part of its iconic appearance the only indentation found on its display is the recognizable “home button we’re all so familiar with. On the complete opposite end, is the same exact “VGA camerawhich will fulfill all your face time demands. At the back, on the upper left corner we find a respectable 5-megapixel auto-focus camera sans flash, now dubbed as the iSight camera. Unlike the camera of iPad 2 it is very efficient because its sensor features backside illumination and a F2.4 aperture lens just like we see in iPhone 4S which is a notable improvement.

Coming to the round corner sides where we see some other features like  a dedicated power button, mute switch, volume control, 3.5mm headset jack, 30-pin dock connection port, and microphone. That was all about design, now we move further towards some other features.

Display of iPad 3

One of the main features of iPad 3 is “Retina display”. Apple used this technology in iPhone 4 first. It’s a 9.7-inch IPS LCD display that has a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch.

The resulting pixel density makes text and graphics look smooth and continues at any size. Apple engineers were able to pack four times the number of pixels into the same screen as previous iPhones. It has double the resolution of the iPad 2 at 2048 x 1536 pixels. Even more impressive is the fact that we haven’t seen the commercial launch of 1080 Pixels displays on tablets. Retina display has wider viewing angle then LCDs so you can see brilliant pictures and colors from any angle. The accurate looking colors it’s able to produce, essentially giving our eyes yet another thing to drool over. The plastic used for the screen is stiffer and harder than normal plastic due the chemicals used on it. The screen is scratch and oil resistant which helps to keep the screen clean. Everything in iPad3 has attracted the user attention.

4G LTE in ipad

The new iPad is the first iOS device to have 4GLTE. It is the next generation wireless connectivity and its speed can beat even the speed of home connection broadband. You can use it only in the area where LTE connection is available; many rural areas will not be able to enjoy this feature. New iPad also supports 3G networks.

The things like internet browsing; photo viewing and movie sessions are all much improved then the iPad 2, and is one of the main reasons to pick up the new iPad.





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  1. Riley says:

    Great read! I had the first generation iPad, and bought the new iPad. I think the thing that sold me was the increase in performance from the first generation. It is brilliant and shows HD movies in their full glory. I like using the Remote Access app to stream movies. What’s so great about it is with LTE on I can stream in crystal clear HD, which means I don’t have to be at home just to watch anything on my iPad. I was on lunch the other day, and I watched Thor in HD. It’s great being able to do that! I am very happy with my iPad.

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