ipad price and features
The new iPad will be available in India from a couple of days back. Apple Inc, a month after it started selling the latest version of its popular tablet computer in 10 countries including the United States, has now brought this device to Indian market. The new iPad went on sale in India on Friday minus the hysteria that had marked the launch of Apple's latest tablet in other parts of the world. There were no consumers lining up around city streets and no agonizing wait for loyal fans waiting to get their hands on a new Apple device. The third-generation iPad is seen more as an improvement, with a high-definition "retina" display and a better camera, than a major innovation. The new iPad features a new Retina display with 2048x1536-pixel resolution at 264 pixels per inch, Apple's new A5X chip with quad-core graphics and a 5 mega pixel iSight camera with advanced optics for capturing photos and 1080p HD video. The new iPad is claimed to deliver the all-day 10 hour battery life.
With iOS 5.1, the new iPad has a number of new features and enhancements including a redesigned Camera app with video stabilization technology; the ability to delete photos from Photo Stream; support for dictation in English, French, German and Japanese; and Personal Hotspot. The new iPad also supports dictation, another way to get things done just using your voice. Instead of typing, tap the microphone icon on the keyboard, then say what you want to say and the new iPad listens. Tap done, and iPad converts your words into text. The new iPad price in India not going to be cheap. The third iteration of the best-selling device is priced in the Indian market depending on the variant. Be it any variant, the new iPad price in India is going to be of high end.
This latest tablet has also been making news for the wrong reasons. There have been reports that the new iPad throws off a lot more heat than the previous version also that the battery it took much longer to charge. It is also not compatible with the 4G LTE network currently available in India and customers will have to make do with the 3G networks. The Indian networks are powered by a different radio spectrum band than the ones used by the 4G iPad, which is supported only on the networks of a handful of US and Canadian carriers. While the iPad is the clear market leader globally, and the new version with its faster chips, fourth-generation wireless and a sharper display is only expected to cement Apple's lead, the company has hit some bumps in the road. Customers have the option to buy the new iPad in black or white with 16, 32, or 64 GB of memory, and can choose a model that works only on Wi-Fi or on both Wi-Fi and 4G.
Robert Blume is a well known author and has written articles on iPad, creative tablets, reliance tablets and many other subjects.
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