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Comment: Apple iPad 4 - 32 Gb - Black - Wifi - The iPad is in Grade B condition. The iPad has light scratches on the screen. They are not viewable when the screen is on. The back has little to no wear. The iPad will come with usb, charger, and 90 day warranty.
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iPad 4 Retina 32 Gb WiFi Black

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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); 32 GB Capacity
  • Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life; 1.44 lbs

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Technical Details
BrandApple
Item Weight653 g
Product Dimensions24.1 x 18.6 x 0.9 cm
Item model numberMD511LL/A
SeriesiPad 4 32GB Retina Display Wifi oNLY
ColorBlack
Screen Size9.7 inches
Processor BrandApple
Processor Count2
RAM Size1 GB
Computer Memory TypeSIMM
Hard Drive Size32 GB
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Number of USB 2.0 Ports5
Rear Webcam Resolution5 megapixels
Operating SystemiOS 6
Lithium Battery Energy Content42.50 watt_hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB009W9AEOM
Best Sellers Rank 20,486 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight816 g
Date First Available6 Nov. 2012
  
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Apple iPad 4 64GB Wi-Fi - Black (Grade B) Warranty. Very good used condition WITHOUT original box. Freestyll Certified iPad, multi point tested. Light signs of use only, some minor scratches to screen and casing. Included Accessories: USB Cable ONLY. 12 Month Freestyll Warranty applies from date of delivery. || Same Day Dispatch up to 2pm || 30 Day (No Quibble) Free Tracked Returns Service || Top Customer Support || Fully tested Device. Please contact us for bulk purchase enquiries.



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So I have been in 2 minds about having an iPad for a while now...
I have an iPhone 4S and I have a 17 inch screen laptop so even though I wanted one I didn't see the point in buying one because my iPhone was just a smaller version anyway. My parents bought me an iPad for Christmas and I was excited to start having a play around.
I have found this incredibly useful for revision for my January exams, not only because of apps such as 'Notability' which is great for compiling my notes, but I am able to get informative apps which help with my learning which you cannot get on a laptop.

My laptop as I said is 17inch and I am not really able to bring it to lectures with me due to its size, but after I purchased the 'Griffin Survivor' case for my iPad it is safe enough for me to not worry about it being in my bag all day. The battery life is way better than my laptop, so much so I did 5 hours solid typing on it and my battery went to about 50%.

So if you were in two minds about whether to get it or not... Don't be. It's not an iPhone.... It's not a laptop... It is the best of both and so very useful!
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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 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.
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being 77 years old i didnt know if i could cope with this apple ipad.ive had it for 4days and i find it quite easy to set up and use.highly pleased.
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The screen is incredibly clear, the battery life is excellent and it is simple to use. I would highly recommend.
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By Damian on 25 July 2013
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Compared to the orignal iPAD it is a lot quicker and sharper. The new charger is a bit of a pain as you cant use other adaptors but it does seem to charge a lot quicker and (although I'm sure this wont last) the battery life is much better than the previous iPAD
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My family's world has revolved around computers for our living for years. The tablets we own are IPad 1, Kindle 7 HD and a Nexus 7. I've envied my bro-in-law's IPad, mostly (I admit) because of Apple's reputation (and the arty guys at the office seem to go for everything Apple.)
I like my gadgets but if I buy one then I've learned to go for need, quality and functionality rather than fashion. I'm a fussy sod.
When I bought my IPad 4th gen (16gb, WiFi, cellular) I expected to receive The Ultimate. I was a bit disappointed.
The ipad itself is beautiful kit, even the delivery packaging is quality. I also bought the logitech ultrathin keyboard cover to go with it.
Cons
The disappointments I have are with the IOS compared to what Im used to with android (I can only speak about the nexus jellybean 4.2 flavour)
Please forgive, and correct me if I'm wrong with the following. Ive only had the IPad for a week and I'd love to be educated into finding ways of achieving the same results.
IPad has a single frame mounted button which sends you to the main menu. Nexus has 3 software buttons (seem to be available 100% of the time) which offer Back, Main Menu and its Task Manager. The IPad lacks a Back option (a 4-5 finger swipe from bottom to top gives you the task manager). Unless application writers implement a "back" button, you just don't get one, so you have to keep re-running your application if you want to take a step back grrrr. I'm assuming that this is because of the single button 'thing' that Apple had/has but tbh it's a nuisance.
The next annoyance is sound/multitasking. I've only tried with some mp3s, but on my Nexus I can have them playing in the background while I do something else. I can't do that on the IPad.
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