Posts Tagged ‘iPad’
Apple is a company that tends to forge its own unique path, which rivals later follow in order to echo its commercial successes and design innovations, which is why its decision to call the third generation iPad by the same name as the 2010 original, with no numerical suffix denoting its relation to its older siblings, has to be accepted as one of its quirks.
The new iPad remains one of the most popular tablet devices on the planet, easily outpacing its rivals in terms of sales not only due to the reputation of its brand but also because of the experience that it offers.
The first secret to the success of the new iPad is in its 9.7 inch Retina Display. Whilst previous iPads featured screens of the same size, the pixel count has been doubled here to provide a resolution of 2048×1536.
For those keeping score, that gives the new iPad more onscreen detail than all 1080p full HD TVs that sit in living rooms across the world and because this is compressed onto a screen that is much smaller, it means that there is so much detail that your eye cannot distinguish the difference between one pixel and the next, for a truly natural viewing experience.
Of course a great display is nothing without the right hardware to back it up and deliver excellent content to it, which is why the dual core A5X processor and GPU solution within the new iPad is a boon. You get significantly improved graphics capabilities thanks to the PowerVR chip, which means that Apple sees the iPad as easily competing with Android-based quad core tablets in terms of performance when running intensively visual-oriented tasks such as playing games or processing video.
The five megapixel iSight camera on the rear of the iPad is another of its major features, because if you watch any sporting event or go to any major gig or gathering you will doubtlessly see someone holding aloft an iPad to capture video or take photographs. The first two generations of the iPad were a little lacking in this department, but with full HD 1080p video capture and a better sensor resolution the new iPad is a more appealing companion for photography fans.
In terms of connectivity the new iPad kicks things up a notch thanks to its use of LTE networking in areas where this is available. Of course there are more basic models with Wi-Fi only which makes them more affordable, but for people who require constant connectivity at high speeds the new iPad provides them with an excellent platform for this.
There is not really any secret as to why the iPad 3 is such a good tablet, because it showcases everything it has upfront and is so popular that there are few potential buyers who will not already have experienced its capabilities at the controls of a friend`s device.
Stunning Retina display, 5MP iSight camera, and ultra 4G LTE
It’s brilliant, in every sense of the word.
Pick up the new iPad and suddenly, it’s clear. You’re actually touching your photos, reading a book, playing the piano. Nothing comes between you and what you love. To make that hands-on experience even better, we made the fundamental elements of iPad better — the display, the camera, the wireless connection. All of which makes the new, capable of so much more than you ever imagined.
Retina Display. See everything like never before. Four times more pixels than iPad 2. Razor-sharp text. Richer colors. The Retina display transforms the entire iPad experience. So everything looks and feels incredibly lifelike and perfectly detailed.
Breakthrough technology. For a breakthrough display.
In order to create a display with four times the pixels, we had to design it in a completely new way. You see, every pixel in a display has multiple signals telling it when to light up. But when you have a lot of pixels and a lot of signals on the same plane, signals get crossed and image quality suffers. To make sure everything on the new iPad looks crystal clear, Apple engineers elevated the pixels onto a different plane — separating them from the signals. It’s technology that’s breakthrough. Just like the new iPad itself.
The A5X chip with quad-core graphics drives four times the pixels of iPad 2 yet it delivers the same smoothness and fluidity iPad is known for. Even with all that extra oomph, the new iPad still gets an amazing 10 hours of battery life.
I can not wait for the personal reviews to see how well it really performs. Just heard that in the last 3 days over 3 million sold. That is pretty impressive…
Since MacRumors get other items involving the iPhone 5. In particular, a couple of reports today are making the rounds of the web with more details on the next generation of the new device.
The analyst Shaw Wu said in a statement today announced that the iPhone could have a substantial update 5 “larger than expected.” The terminal should have a larger display and more subtle and mount a dual-core processor. The design would be very similar to the iPad tondeggiato 2 with the back and fully ionized aluminum.
Sources indicate that the differences relate to the display that is slightly larger than the current 3.5-inch thick and a little more subtle. Important factor to improve the experience of the iPhone without making it too cumbersome.
The last entry comes from a “reliable source” Canadian carrier Telus and 5 states that the iPhone will be launched on 1 October instead of September as initially rumored. An “internal document” would support their source and the new forecast.
Personally I think these items may be less reliable than previous ones, mainly because it falls on Saturday October 1st and I know that Apple releases new iPhone or at least historically, on Thursday on Friday. And Apple is very careful and confidentiality agreements with companies, so it seems very strange that it may leak information on the specific date of issue, even if the source of the rumor is still the most reliable.
Note: The views expressed in this article are the author and may not reflect those of Italia Mac.
HD Facely nowadays for the Iphone, among its unexampled features and many improvements have Chat integrated, the application was uncommitted retentive ago for the Iphone, nowadays for the Iphone in HD, all the better features of Facebook on the Iphone is truly coolheaded and easygoing use, if you were looking Facebook on the
iPad, is nowadays uncommitted in HD for the Iphone and Iphone 2, glimpse the list of unexampled features.
What’s unexampled HD Facely:
- Navigate Feeds
- Remarks on profiles and walls
- Chat with friends
- Upload videos and photos easy
- Birthdays and Events
- View videos and news
- Private Messages
All we need in our Ipad Facebook now.
A new word has emerged from BGR said a source they trust states that the latest generation iPhone will IPAD and will not have a home button. That is why if you have trouble believing the news then this explanation: ”The reason for Apple to addfeatures multitouch gestures on the iPad running IOS 4.3 beta because the homebutton no longer exist in the design of new iPad it.” Read the rest of this entry »
As of yet, there is no hard evidence to support this theory whatsoever, but it’s just sneaky and daring enough that we wouldn’t rule it out of Apple’s playbook: Blogger John Gruber speculates that in the fall of 2011, Apple could release an “iPad 3″ or at least an “iPad 2.5″ hot on the heels of its as-yet-not-even-announced iPad 2 this spring. Read the rest of this entry »
Apple prefer to maintain a moderately pretentious, undeniably elitist, culture, that the global economic downturn seems not to have blunted at all.
The Macophiles amongst us will appreciate the implications that iPhone Software 3.0 will have, not only in relation to the iPhone itself, but also because it perhaps alludes to the next generation of products from our friends at Apple. Read the rest of this entry »
Is Mac tablet too far reach? Possibly not, but again it is just a rumor and we should take it with a grain of salt.
We’ve heard so many rumors about 3G iPhone in the past several weeks and spy shots of the device are still popping up here and there but still unverified whether those images are genuine. However, the dwindling down of the iPhone’s availability in UK and US making it very hard not to jump to conclusion that the 3G iPhone is coming out. Apple stores and AT&T stores reported making the iPhone unavailable for orders.
Apple’s January 27th surprise product announcement will see the introduction of the tablet, the iPhone OS 4.0 and an associated Software Development Kit for programmers, the French site Mac4Ever reports.