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
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?
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
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.
There has been news about the Apple iPad 3 Wi-Fi to be launched in the coming days via China market. The Wi-Fi device model is under quality certification at China’s authentic centers. Probably in the next couple of months it will be launched. However, there are certain obstacles in this task that have caused certain troubles regarding the release of the product
We are back with another post about the accessories that you can buy for your iPad 3. Earlier, we talked about different connectors and keyboards and we even told you all about different iPad covers and protectors in iPad 3: Cool accessories for your new tablet (part 1) . Now, we are going to increase the list of accessories by telling you about iPad docks, audio, headphones and subscriptions that can increase you iPad 3 experience. Read all about it, after the break! Docks and audio Anyone who has a tablet knows that the speakers on the iPad aren’t what one might call as powerful
With the iPad 3 finally out in the public, it’s only right that people try to keep their new device safe and sound from different kinds of harm, such as falls, spills, scratches etc. For some, the iPad is their life, and they do everything they can to maintain its shiny look. Not only that, people also buy different accessories for their iPad’s in order to give it a unique look and have an edge over the other tablets that are owned by people. Many people are now interested in finding different accessories for the iPad 3 that they’ve bought.
Yes, we all know what the newest offering from Apple Inc. has to offer to all of its users. With the powerful Retina Display, A5X processor chip, 4G LTE connection and a powerful battery, the new iPad instantly took the tablet world by storm. The resolution that the Retina Display featured has been deemed as the highest, compared to the other mobiles available in the market
Apple is not the only one taking pre-orders for the new iPad. RadioShack also open to sales of the new iPad (not named the iPad 3). However, there is a catch! Those who buy from RadioShack need to purchase a $50 RadioShack gift card, and make the pre-order from one of the company’s retail stores. The gift card can be used for the purchase or used on other goods offered by RadioShack. The company also announced that buyers can head over to the retail stores on March 16 to avoid the gift card purchase
Brad Frost, R/GA web strategist has suggested the Retina Display of the new iPad will bring a revolution on the web. On his blog in an article, he stated that even if the web is already struggling with bloated downloads; designers would try their best to boost image resolution in order to aid the Retina Display-optimised apps. He further stated that users can be on slow 3G or Wi-Fi while travelling and might need to download some assets so they shouldn’t be punished with the slow download speed of a big Retina-ready image. They need to address this properly. Others have also shown concerns but also acknowledge the opportunity for changes.