Apple iPad (2012) Review
A jaw-dropping Retina display, fast 4G LTE speeds, improved camera and an unbeatable selection of apps make the new iPad the best tablet, period.
(4.5 out of 5)
Apple’s original vision for the iPad was to break down the barriers between us and our content, whether it’s the Web, photos, movies or games. Like any conclusion to a compelling trilogy, the third-generation iPad aims to complete that vision with a display so stunning that you nearly forget you’re using a gadget. Apple also added a new A5X processor with quadruple the graphics muscle to push around all those pixels, along with a sharper 5-MP camera and optional 4G LTE data from AT&T or Verizon. Starting at $499 for 16GB ($629 for 4G), the new iPad is certainly a feast for the eyes, but has Apple done enough with its sequel to keep consumers excited–and the competition envious?
Read full review @ LAPTOP Magazine
- Fantastic Retina display
- Sharp 5-MP camera with 1080p video
- Speedy 4G LTE data
- Improved AirPlay functionality
- Best tablet app selection
- Bottom left side gets warm
- Can’t FaceTime over 4G
- 50MB limit for iTunes downloads over 4G
- Front camera doesn’t do HD