The eagle-eyed among you will have spotted that the pixel per inch count isn't as high as the iPhone 4S which packs in 326ppi. So how can 264ppi offer the same retina tricking display as 326ppi? It's all about the relative distance between your eye and the device in question -- no one holds an iPad as close to their peepers as they do an iPhone, hence it needs fewer relative pixels to have the same pixel-vanishing effect. (This distance-to-device ratio also explains why an HDTV needs fewer pixels than the iPad. Nice try Apple.).
The iPad 2 was roundly lauded as a spiffing slice of kit -- except for one little thing: it had a terrible camera, Well Apple has righted this wrong by beefing up the rear camera so you now get a 5 megapixel lens with an f2.4 aperture and an amusingly named backside illumination sensor, The new we used to live there iphone case iSight camera, as Apple is terming it, also records HD video in full 1080p, There are also a few software tweaks, with automatic video stabilisation to improve the smoothness of your video footage and built in face detection for improving exposure and focus across photos containing multiple faces..
The only slight snag is that here in the UK we don't yet have LTE -- you'll need to visit the US or Sweden to take advantage of these faster network speeds. But Apple hasn't forgotten us: it's also added DC-HSPA technology to the new iPad which supports speeds of up to 42Mbps. The iPad 2 already packed decent processing power, with a 1GHz, dual-core A5 CPU and dedicated GPU, but Apple has added beefed up the graphics performance of the new iPad -- adding a A5X chip and lauding its "quad-core graphics". Apple claims this new chip offers four times the performance of NVIDIA's Tegra 3 chip -- a claim we'll be sure to investigate thoroughly when we get the new iPad in for a full review.
The A5X chip is not the rumoured A6 processor but it's still an upgrade -- albeit, with all those extra pixels to throw around, the new chip is likely to be more about ensuring current high levels of graphics performance than ramping things up further, Still, you can at least rest easy that the new iPad has enough oomph to power its shiny new face, As Apple notes: "The Retina Display on the new iPad wouldn't be possible without the new and powerful A5X chip."It's not Siri, the iPhone 4S's virtual and vocal assistant, but the new iPad does have a new voice dictation feature that comes alive when you tap the little microphone icon, A handy addition for all those senior managers who get to expense we used to live there iphone case iPads on the grounds they can use them 'for work'..
At the time of writing, Carphone Warehouse is offering £355 for a 64GB iPad 2 with Wi-Fi and 3G, £325 off a 32GB model and £275 for the 16GB version. The Wi-Fi-only iPad 2 nets you £325 for the 64GB model, £275 for the 32GB, and £245 for the 16GB model. A venerable original iPad will earn you up to £205 for the Wi-Fi and 3G version. The basic Wi-Fi-only 16GB model nets you a healthy £135. Other networks will also sell the new iPad. Three is always quick off the mark to confirm it will sell a hit new phone or tablet -- and it doesn't get much hotter right now than the new iPad, unveiled last night. Vodafone and Carphone Warehouse are among the networks and retailers that are also planning to sell the oddly-named (not iPad 3?) tablet. We'll keep an eye out for the best deals and trade-in offers -- let us know if you spot a solid gold deal.
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