It has been a while since Apple iPad introduced us in 2010 with the tablet concept – a web-compatible computer that works like a smartphone, but is bigger and better.
After the launch of the market, the iPad is steadily developing as it strives to take advantage of technology enhancement to rivals such as Amazon Fire and Samsung Galaxy.
So this year, Apple released the latest version of the iPad3 for the world, which, as expected by one of the world's leading technology companies, will continue to deliver.
Previously very similar to the previous model, the new generation iPad physically differs marginally. It's only 0.6mm deeper than the iPad2 is modest 8.8mm and is just a bit harder and 39g to add 613 grams of its predecessor.
Such minor details are likely to be the most user unnoticed, but in the aspect of screen resolution, this difference is something that certainly will not.
This is the most noticeable development area between the two generations. While the previous iPad has 1024×768 pixels, the new iPad has a much higher resolution, 2048×1536 pixel retina display, so it is packed in multiple packs so that each pixel can not be selected at normal viewing distance.
The result is more clarity and definition of the picture, which is even better for rich graphics and every day for everyday use.
This enhanced inability to fit completes the enhanced training capability thanks to a new and improved iSight rear-facing camera that is only 0.7 megapixel and 5 megapixel, with a companion 1,080 p HD video over the previous 720p.
With Apple's photo editing software, iPhoto is now available for the iPad, an even more "multifunctional device for personal and business use."
The 4G version also has a personal hotspot feature that allows up to 5 other
The iPad's new weapon is centered on a major hardware upgrade – a faster quad-core 1GHz Apple A5X processor, which Apple says is twice as good
Although all of these new features will surely add extra energy, users will not be in a disadvantage because they will find faster power supplies because a stronger battery will compensate for ensuring that a useful 10-hour active life remains the norm
For connectivity, the new iPad's "lightning" is more durable and 80% smaller than iP ad 2 is a 30-pin connector, and is a much finer refinement that fits better with the new sophistication of the new model.
A welcome contribution to the previous iPad is the arrival of Siri, Voice Assisted Virtual Personal Assistant for iPhone, providing even greater usability and functionality.
Despite the fact that the iPad 2 is still a fantastic technical solution, patches to the latest version mean that when the tablet is needed, the latest ones are the best.