Friday, August 24, 2012

iPad Third Generation Review

The third generation iPad improves mostly on what it's predecessors lack. Camera and display quality. The display is so much sharper. However, some apps don't support the Retina Display which makes it look worse than without the display. Even some small images in the iOS aren't Retina supported. That includes the progress wheel when you shut down the iPad. If you have a Wifi + Cellular (Yes, Apple renamed it to cellular instead of 4G), the carrier logo isn't Retina supported when you view your plan. Like I said, they're small images, so it's not the end of the world.

The Camera is much better as well. The iPad 2 wasn't the best picture taker compared to the iPhone 4. The New iPad has a much better camera.  However, if you're looking to take pictures, you can get better quality from a regular point-and-shoot or iPhone 4S and get more portability.

All in all, the iPad is a great buy. But, if you can get past the display, photo quality, storage size, and speed of the A5 chip then, the iPad 2 may be worth it.

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