The New iPad is just a day or two away from its actual launch in the country, and everyone around the world bit interested to know about the actual device, and to hear from the mainstream publications about the device, especially want to receive their gold words about the device, in simple words “review of the new-generation iPad”. The new iPad is all set to hit the market on Friday at 8AM, and the device will be available throughout the Apple Retail Stores in different nine countries. It appears that some low-ground users got their hands on the devices, and start pinching the web with their ugly claims and reviews about the device, but now the prime time is here!
Some of the mainstream publications in the tech community just got their hands earlier on the device, probably two days before the actual launch of the device, and start seeding their exclusive reviews of the upcoming iPad 3 for the whole world. Almost every other publication had commented about the upcoming iPad’s amazing Retina Display, and points its display panel as the main feature of the device, including according to some publications the iPad has done very well in their 4G LTE network tests for the review. Let us to share some kind reviews of the main publishers in the community:
Here’s what they’re saying:
I’ve been using the iPad for a week now and I’m so impressed. From the first time I turned it on and saw the Retina display, I was in awe of how good it was. Trust me, even if you watched the introduction video, you still have no idea how good this display is. You really do have to see it to believe it.
For owners of the iPad 2, this isn’t necessarily a slam dunk. While the updated features are boon to the new iPad, it doesn’t offer an experience that is significantly different from the previous version. If your screen never bothered you, and you never wanted a faster cellular connection or a better camera, there’s not a great argument to upgrade (especially considering many of you just shelled out for a new tablet less than a year ago).
However, if you’re in the market for your first tablet, or upgrading from the original iPad or an Android device, do not hesitate. The new iPad is the most functional, usable, and beautiful tablet that any company has ever produced.
If you have the original iPad, I say this is a no-brainer. If you have an iPad 2, it’s a tougher call since it still seems nearly as fast as the new iPad. But if you choose not to upgrade (or to spend $399 for the 16 GB iPad 2 now), again, treat the new iPad as if it were Medusa when you’re in an Apple Store. Do. Not. Look. At. It.
If you’re at all interested in LTE in an Apple product, obviously, get a new iPad. If you read a lot on your iPad, get the new iPad. If you take a lot of photos and videos (yeah you, the joker in the front row of the concert with your iPad in the air), get the new iPad.
If you have an iPad 2, it’s a little harder to justify springing for the latest model now, much as you might want to. Yes, the new screen is spectacular, and 4G and the improved cameras are welcome upgrades. But you would have purchased that iPad 2 much more recently and it may be difficult to plunk down extra cash this soon, unless you have a family member who can inherit your current model.
If you’re a tablet newbie, there’s no better choice on the market than an iPad, provided — and this is a pretty big if — price isn’t an issue and you don’t want a tablet that would fit in your pocket, such as the $199 Amazon Kindle Fire.
Users of the iPad 2 shouldn’t fret: Their iPad investment is certainly good for another year. But they might not want to look too closely at the new iPad’s screen. Once you get a load of that Retina display, it’s hard to go back to anything else.
Since it launched in 2010, the iPad has been the best tablet on the planet. With the new, third-generation model, it still holds that crown.
Steve Jobs would have approved of the new iPad. With its focus on the holistic experience rather than individual boasts around its constituent parts, it’s the epitome of the Post-PC world the Apple founder envisaged. No lag or delay; no frustrating cloud settings or arcane minimum software requirements. Simply pick up, swipe, and you’re immersed in a joined-up ecosystem. Apple doesn’t need another revolution, it has already started one, and the new iPad brings a fresh degree of refinement to a segment in which it is undoubtedly the king.
Just in case, if you are not fully aware of the upcoming iPad’s specification: the new iPad is about to carry a special A5X dual-core processor, along with quad-core GPU, 1GB of RAM, 5 MegaPixel iSight camera technology that could be found on the earlier iPhone 4S devices, and mainly the device is featuring 4G LTE network and the Retina Display with having a capability to power up 2048×1536 pixel’s resolution, nearly more than a original iMac 27’ display.