Apple iPad 4 WiFi 32GB with Retina display (White)

September 11, 2013 - Comment

The Retina display on iPad makes everything look crisp and lifelike. Text is razor sharp. Colors are vibrant. Photos and videos are rich with detail. All thanks to its 3.1 million pixels – a million more pixels than an HDTV. The new A6X chip inside iPad is up to twice as fast as the previous-generation

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The Retina display on iPad makes everything look crisp and lifelike. Text is razor sharp. Colors are vibrant. Photos and videos are rich with detail. All thanks to its 3.1 million pixels – a million more pixels than an HDTV. The new A6X chip inside iPad is up to twice as fast as the previous-generation A5X chip and it delivers up to twice the graphics performance without sacrificing battery life. Which means even the most advanced apps are smooth responsive and incredibly lifelike.–Apps for iPad aren’t like anything else. That’s because every app – 300000 and counting – is designed specifically for iPad. And with apps in just about every category you can do things like make a commute more entertaining a presentation more interesting or a school lesson more inspiring right from your iPad. The new iPad with Retina display features advanced Wi‑Fi that’s up to twice as fast as any previous-generation iPad. And access to more cellular data networks around the world makes it fast in more ways than one and in many more places.

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AquaViola says:

Looks gorgeous, but should be called the iPad 3.1. This is a review of the iPad 4, released just a couple of months ago, and really it should have been called the iPad 3.1 (except Apple doesn’t use numbers anymore!). Having used both the iPad 3 and the iPad 4, the graphics are the same (the iPad 3 has a retina display as well) and the overall look is the same (once you upgrade the earlier version to iOS 6, that is).I understand that the main internal difference is the processor speed, and the most obvious external difference is that the charging port has changed from the 30-pin version to a small Lightning Dock, which means that if you are upgrading from the iPad 3 or earlier, all of your accessories which went through the charger are not unusable.Therefore, there is absolutely no reason to upgrade from the iPad 3, so is it worth upgrading from the iPad 2?There are some nice additions compared with the iPad 2, but not enough, I think, for someone to upgrade. However, the…

RhiannonJ says:

New iPad (Xmas 2012) I received this as a wonderful surprise present for Christmas, and not being highly computer literate had to buy a magazine and a book to help me find my way around. There is still so much to learn and every time I use it I find something new. I do find it a little heavy at times, and as my son downloaded Temple Run on it, I have to take it out of its leather folder to be able to tilt it with effect. Perhaps someone could invent a frame to fit the iPad onto that has something akin to a joystick underneath so you can hold it in one hand and swipe etc with the other. Other than that the weight is a small price to pay in exchange for this wonderful piece of technology. The sensitivity of the screen is exceptional, and the sharpness of words and graphics get 10/10. I am thrilled with the capacity it presents, and would highly recommend it to anyone. I am a trained audio typist and love to type but my husband says if I need to do huge documents I will need to put my iPad down and go…

KM says:

Outstanding I bought this for honourable daughter No1’s birthday.As ever with Apple products the build quality of the ipad 4 is exceptional. It feels really good in the hand and there’s no change in dimensions from the ipad 3, so it’s 186mm x 241mm x 9.4mm and a hefty 652g. Now with the new lightning connector which Apple say is much more robust than the 30 pin. It is reversable via a 30 pin to lightning data connector. . .more money for Apple then!The hardware of the tablet has been well upgraded. The new processor, the A6X is a dual-core processor with quad-core graphics which is supposedly twice as fast as the A5 chip found in the iPad 3 with twice the graphics performance. It certainly feels fast and looks amazing as things seem much more smoother/flow better.Screen wise the 9.7inch ipad 4 looks fantastic and in my opinion cannot be faulted at all. Streaming video/movies and digital photographs look spot on folks and as sharp as you can get…

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