When the iPad 3 was launched, there was some criticism by few countries pertaining to its name. Apple has yielded to the criticism and renamed one of its tablets. The main concern was shown at the usage of the name “WiFi + 4G”, for iPad 3. This criticism stems from the fact that the technology being mentioned (4G LTE) is not available globally as of now. This naming strategy also caused confusion among the consumers
iPad 3 has emerged in the market as one of the best tablets in terms of functionality and graphic appeal as well. The tablet offers Retina Display, supreme GPU and a quad core based processing at a modest price tag of $499. These features are a major reason for the fact that this tablet is selling like hotcakes globally. Despite of the global acclaim, no tablet is perfect
It was an iconic moment for Apple, when it launched its initial iPad a couple of years back. Some joked that one of the most dangerous tasks would be driving for UPS. It wasn’t an exaggerated comment since people who had pre-bought the tablets swarmed around the delivery trucks. The wait was quite impatient ever since the release had been announced.
The world was abuzz with excitement and anticipation when Apple finally decided to release the iPad 3 this year. Everyone was eager to experience the differences and improvements this device would have compared to the second generation iPad, or commonly known as the iPad 2. Everyone was excited to try out the Retina Display, the A5X processor, the quad-core GPU and the other features which the iPad 3 was boasting about. Apple has always delivered new devices, which provided users with more speed than the previous ones could. That is why many of us had one single question on our minds: How much faster is the third-generation iPad from the iPad 2?
Apple has always provided people with products that they can use in their daily lives. With its devices like the iPod and the iPad, Apple has raised the bar regarding what people have begun to expect from future similar products as well as the products that Apple still has to release, namely the iPhone 5. Apple seemed to have hit the right target when they introduced the first iPod. It was a must for every music lover to have an iPod, and it soon became a household product. However, according to a recent report from a marketing research firm by the name NPD, it seems that Apple’s iPad is beginning to replace the iPod as the product that everyone wants to have.
Apple fans worldwide have more cause to celebrate as the third generation of iPad is launched in more markets worldwide. The iPad 3 is finally being launched in the international markets, starting with South Korea and moving on to a dozen others. On the 20th of April, the new Retina-grade iPad has been launched in Brunei, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malaysia, Panama, St Maarten, Uruguay, Venezuela, and, of course, South Korea. This third wave of the iPad 3 was preceded by one on March 23rd which hit most of Europe, while the initial release of the iPad 3 had been in selected markets of North America, Europe and Asia. The last batch of the iPad 3 will be hitting on the 27th of April in 50 more markets worldwide including Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa and Thailand
The iPad 3 announced by Tim Cook back on March 7th is said to have a GPU 4 times faster than Nvidia’s Tegra 3. The iPad 3 has a dual core processor while Tegra 3 has a quad core processor. GeForce GPU is offered by Nvidia. It is thought that Apple’s multi-core graphics should kill the competition
People who have bought the iPad 3 seem to be asking one common question: How can they get more from the battery? The iPad 3 has a ton of new features, like the Retina Display and the A5X processor and these features need power in order for them to work. The iPad 3′s battery isn’t that bad, however, compared to the first-generation iPad; it does seem to lose its charge quicker. Here you will get to read about the ways you can make the iPad 3 battery last longer! Reducing the Screen Brightness The iPad 3 is capable of providing you with a very bright screen
Apple’s iPad 3 has been breaking its predecessors’ records since the moment it has been released. It sold 3 million units on its opening weekend alone! Furthermore, there is a sales forecast for the iPad 3 of up to 66 million units in the current year 2012. After causing much stirring among its fans, the iPad 3 is finally here, tailor made for its users and avid fans major requirements.
In the past few days, Apple has received a lot of customer complaints regarding a series of Wi-Fi issues, which affect the third-generation iPad which they released this year. According to the AppleCare document which Apple has released, Apple is investigating in order to see what to make of the complaints about the iPad 3’s Wi-Fi-related issues. There have been a lot of iPad users who have complained that the third-generation iPad has a lot of Wi-Fi issues, which include: connection drops, slow upload and downloading speeds and even the device’s inability to pick up and connect to the local Wi-Fi networks present in the vicinity