Apple iPad 4 WiFi 32GB with Retina display (White)
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- 9.7 Retina Display; 2048 x 1536 Resolution
- Apple iOS 6; Dual-Core A6X Chip with Quad-Core Graphics
- 5 MP iSight Camera; 1080p HD Video Recording
- Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n)
- Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life; 1.44 lbs
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A word of warning - this review is written for people who've never owned an iPad before - and are wondering what all the fuss is about. Don't read this if you already own an iPad and are thinking about an upgrade - I'd recommend you simply buy an Air.
Just what's all the fuss about?
I used to own a laptop for work, and (very occasionally), it'd sit on my lap on the sofa, and I'd use it for pleasure (eMail, watching films or playing the odd game). Then I bought my first iPad, and the laptop became redundant, a boring "work device". Hard to explain, but the fact the iPad is so small and light, and you navigate around with your finger by pointing and gently swiping the screen makes the whole experience a lot easier - a lot more fun.
Even my most "luddite" of friends have been won over.
It's incredibly simple and easy to use (it only has one main button), and everyone from my one year old daughter to my 85 year old dad have taken to without problems. It's size and shape also support using it like a book (literally to read a book or web page), but you can also watch TV and films.
Personally I'm also paranoid about my password getting "hacked", and someone running up a huge Amazon bill or buying stuff with my credit card on eBay. Well one of the benefits of the iPad (and iPhone) is it's "almost impossible" to get a virus - one of the most common ways to get hacked.Read more ›
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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 ›
A lovely machine for which most of what has been positively said is true, nice screen, easy to use interface etc. BUT
1) rubbish data lead / charging cable
2) the WIFI version DOES NOT have a GPS chipset, so no using it as a Sat nav etc.and does not have a SIM card capability, so always bound to a router.
3) no easy to use "back" facility (only the black button, which closes the app) can be really infuriating.
Short- nice media tool, designed to link and sync to a more powerful computer, but no substitute for a decent laptop in terms of functionality. So £450 may be a bit much for something that will not save you the need to also have a decent laptop / desktop and is essentially and expensive add-on.
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I bought my Ipad in August 2014 and the product has been great. My Ipad failed to boot up recently and in common with such issues I had to restore it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. J. R. from Cheshire
Bought this many many years ago and it's still going strong without a single problem!!!!
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Item was like new and was upgraded. I am still learning how to use it but I am sure this will be a very useful item to have beside me for a long time. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
WARNING, I bought this item in 2014 NEW , everything was fine, until now, I just updated the software from apple, and i can no longer access this Ipad, 2 hours on phone to apple,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer