Apple has quietly rebranded the new iPad WiFi + 4G after a lot of people (mostly people who form part of consumer and advertising standards groups) around the world raised issues about being misled about actual data network support. It’s now called the iPad WiFi + Cellular everywhere it’s being sold, settling on a more
Apple has announced details for more international launches for the new iPad. South Korea and 11 more countries will get Apple’s Retina display-packing, A5X chip-running iPad on Friday, April 20, while nine more countries will be getting it a week later, on April 27th.
We’re a few days past the launch of the new iPad, and if you don’t have one yet, you’ve probably heard the early opinions by now: Display quality is awesome, it’s a bit thicker and heavier, apps generally feel as nimble as they did on the iPad 2, and it feels a bit hotter than
The new iPad is the hottest iPad to date, not only figuratively (confirmed by the record-breaking sales numbers), but literally as well. The sales records shouldn’t be surprising since the new iPad does give a number of improvements over its predecessor within the same price range, but if you assumed that those improvements (specifically, the
The day that made us regret buying the iPad 2 last year has finally come. Apple has officially introduced the new iPad, and instead of calling it the ‘iPad 3’ or the rumored ‘iPad HD’, they’re going to stick with the tried-and-tested iPod naming scheme and just call their third-generation tablet ‘The new iPad’. So