APPLE iPad with Retina display - 4th generation - WiFi - 16 GB - white - NEW iOS 6, 9.7" high resolution Retina display, 5-megapixel iSight camera
- Brand new sealed box Apple iPad 4th Generation with Retina Display 16GB WiFi
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Detailed item information Product Information Sporting a slim and sleek design, the Apple iPad 4th Generation 16 GB tablet PC is your one-stop entertainment solution. Powered by the zippy 1.4 GHz Apple A6X processor, this Apple iPad adapts to your needs with maximum performance, extended battery life, and an unparalleled visual experience. Moreover, this Apple iPad's beautiful 9.7-inch multi-touch screen with Retina display delivers razor-sharp images and videos with vibrant colors and rich detail. With a 16 GB storage capacity, the Apple iPad 4th Generation tablet lets you store your multimedia files, without worrying about storage issues. Plus, supporting Wi-Fi networks, this 16 GB tablet PC allows you to surf the Web and download videos and games at lightning-fast speed. What's more, with a 5 MP rear camera, this Apple iPad enables you to capture stunning, high-quality images with amazing clarity. Product Identifiers Brand Apple Model Wi-Fi MPN MD510B/A Carrier Not Applicable Key Features Type Tablet Family Line iPad 4th Generation Display Size 9.7in (24.64 cm) Hard Drive Capacity 16GB Operating System iOS Internet Connectivity Wi-Fi Dimensions Height 24.12 cm (9.5") Width 18.57 cm (7.31") Depth 0.94 cm (0.37") Weight 0.652 Kg (1.44 lb.) Battery Battery Technology Lithium polymer Battery Run Time Up to 10 hours Additional Technical Informations Input Method Touch-Screen Platform Mac, PC
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Is the fabled Retina screen THAT good? Yes, it is, simply the best screen I've seen on any computing device. For those who like to use tablets as e-readers, the difference is very noticeable between this screen and a good Android tablet, such as the one mentioned above. I haven't had the opportunity to compare it with the Nexus 10, but as that tablet has been garnering mixed reviews, I suspect that all may not be well in Googleland. But back to the iPad, which is every bit as elegant and beautiful as its price would suggest. There are some idiosyncrasies. While a doddle in most ways to use, I am finding it more difficult than Android. Specifically, getting certain files to associate with my chosen apps. But these are mere teething problems. Oh, and the Apple App Store is still a mess, but with 275,000 apps out there, the biggest problem is sifting wheat from chaff. But then, the same is true for Android and Google Play.
The iPad 4 is pretty much everything it's cracked up to be, feels and looks fabulous, works incredibly smoothly and has an excellent battery life, unless you're running HD games or video flat out for hours. But it will put a dent in your bank balance. Whether it's worth the extra money over a good quality Android tablet very much depends upon who is using it, what for, and for how long.Read more ›
One final important point. The electric plug and USB power cable came in a neat box but the plug was an international version - no good to us, so for a moment we were disappointed but a careful search of the outer cardboard box it all came in revealed the missing UK adapter amongst the plastic packing bits. The supplier ought to affix a label somewhere to indicate that this item is 'lost' amongst the packing material.
Love the size and the convenience of the IPad, especially as it's portable,no wires and holds it's charge much longer than a laptop.Good size clear screen,keyboard very easy to use,Wifi cover more reliable, laptop tends to be a bit slower and the service is not always available
The only thing I have noticed is that it can feel heavy after about 30 minutes and can put a strain on your wrists ,so be careful.
However I love it and it's been worth every penny.
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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 gorgeous higher-resolution graphics make using this a really nice treat, and worth considering to pay the difference if you are considering the iPad 4 against the slightly cheaper iPad 2.
The video shows what you get in the box - I would suggest buying a screen protector (because even after 10 minutes you could clearly see the residue of fingerprints on the screen) and a case (to protect and enable you to prop it up).
It is surprising to me how much the iPad has been part of my home life. It makes checking emails and internet browsing more...social. You don't need to go to a big machine with a keyboard for casual searching - you can have something closer to a big book.
Secondly, using the iPad for emails is really good.Read more ›
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