Monday, March 12, 2012

iPad 3 Toe to Toe With The iPad 2 by Bobby Richardson

It has been months and months of speculation and rumors, but it is finally upon up. The iPad 2S aka iPad HD aka iPad 3 is now known as just the iPad. That's right; Apple has gotten rid of the numbers and is calling their new piece of hardware "the new iPad".
Don't let the name allow you to breeze past all of the new features with new release. Let us take a closer look at both of the tablets and see if there are any real noticeable differences.
Both iPad are nearly a split replica of each other with the new iPad being a tab thicker. There is no way that you would notice a real difference unless you had the time and the energy to take the measurements yourself.
The Weight-In
As with the design, the new iPad is slightly heavier than the previous version. If you're slowly starting to think the Apples latest tablet has jumped off to a bad start, just wait until we really start to dig in.
Oh yea, the highly anticipated high definition tablet screen is here. This is one of the new iPad's stand out feature. The screen is an amazing 2048x1536 pixels, which has doubled the resolution since the release of the iPad 2.
With this new screen, you can expect icons, text, and anything else to look extra crisps and clean on this new display. Even if Apple decided to make this the only upgrade for the new iPad, it would still be worthy of a purchase.
Graphics and Processing Power
The clock rate of the new A5X chip has yet to be released, but we do know that the new chip is going to be a beast. The major upgrade takes place in the graphics department, enabling four cores of processing power.
It is still rumored that the new iPad is going to incorporate 1GB of ram. Apple still hasn't compared this number but if so, that is a substantial upgrade.
Wireless Connectivity
This new piece of hardware will be the only Apple product that supports LTE. Those who love a little more speed will have the option of connecting to Verizon's or AT&T's 4G networks.
Battery Power
This is one area that Apple decided to keep the same. The battery power is equal to that the iPad 2 which is still not a bad thing, but it would have been nice to see a bump in battery usage.
Here we get another pretty big improvement since the iPad 2. The iSight camera that is featured in the new iPad is way better than any of Apple's previous tablets. However, the tablet does have less megapixel than the latest iPhone (tablet: 5MP iPhone 4S: 8MP), but it incorporates the same optics. This includes an f/2.4 aperture, rear illumination sensor (great shots in the dark), and a 5 element lens. The new iPad will also be able to shoot video in sweet 1080p.
With the release of this new tablet, we will definitely see a price cut for the iPad 2. Yea, I know it's hard to want a previous version when the new tablet is being release but if you are short on money it might be the better option.
Again, the new display is worth the upgrade in my opinion. If you think about, without a great looking screen, a tablet will be crap no matter what is inside. All of the other upgrades that I mention above can be considered an added bonus.
Born 1985 in Fayetteville, NC to Devonne Renee Fairley, was a young boy who would become known as Bobby Richardson to most and Bushwick or BRich to a few. After briefly living in Fayetteville, Bobby's mother would relocate to Tacoma, WA where he spent the majority of his life growing up.
Bobby grew up with two cousins Kenneth and Xavier Johnson on the Southside of Tacoma. Bobby preferred things like music over TV, chocolate over vanilla, jeans over khakis, safari over internet explorer, nonfiction over fiction, and suv's over cars. Bobby is your average sports fan with basketball being his favorite sport to watch. Bobby has lived in Hamburg, Germany briefly in his childhood and became enamored with their rich history.
A healthy self-esteem, empathy for others, and intellectual curiosity are among some of Bobby's most dominant character traits. He moved to Florida after high school to further his education and has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Bethune-Cookman University. Bobby has two boys, Kyshawn and Amarion Richardson and he loves to spend time with them creating lasting memories. Bobby is also an avid reader enjoying books from authors such as; John Maxwell, Frank Bettger, Zig Ziglar, Napolean Hill, Debra Fine and so on. Reading helps him find that critical distinction to leverage other parts of his life.
Bobby enjoys expressing himself through his writing. He has had several articles published online, and also runs numerous active blogs on a variety of topics. He is very passionate about genuinely helping others. He is a very active member of not only his online community but his offline communities as well.
Master entrepreneur and visionary Bobby have established himself as a leading online and online marketer. It was through marketing that Bobby discovered that he had a writing talent that other people appreciated.
Deciding whether or not to purchase a tablet is a valid debate. I am leaning towards the Apple iPad 3 and I will be reviewing it shortly. Read up on what you need to know about the Apple iPad 3

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