Comparing iPad 3 and iPad 2

There has been a great upgrade in the iPad technology in recent times and with the announcement of iPad 3 by Apple customers will even demand for a newer technology. So I am going to try to explain some reasons why the new iPad 3 should be your choice if you are heading to buy an iPad today. Apart from prize, of course iPad 2 will surely be of cheaper prizes compared to the new Ipad 3 (iPad HD), I wonder if there are other reasons why the iPad 2 should be even considered for purchase when you can have the iPad HD.

I know you may be thinking, don’t iPad 2 and iPad 3 have the same screen size of 9.7-inches, LED backlit and IPS technology? You can’t be more correct, yes they both do but the difference is that the iPad 3 has something called the “retina” which means its actual screen resolution is 2048 x 1536 pixels compared to the 1024 x 768 pixels of iPad 2.

Comparing iPad 3 and iPad 2

Though the iPad 2 is similar to the iPad 3 in a whole lot of things like storage capacities, same wifi band of 802.11 a/b/g/n, the VGA quality of the cameras are same etc there are also great differences between the two models of iPads. Now iPad 3 can communicate with another at over 200 feet as a result of the improvement on the Bluetooth technology compared to the older versions.

The iPad 3 is 4G enabled compared to the HSDPA for iPad 2 and you know what the difference in speed that will be. The iPad 3 has a better back-camera with 5 megapixel resolution compared to the 1 megapixel resolution of iPad 2. Thus, better image and video quality.

If I complete this article without mentioning the iPad A5X processor type for iPad 3 compared to the A5 processor type for iPad 2 then I have left a very important upgrade behind. With this new processor technology, the new iPad 3 will perform better and faster.
I hope I have thrown light on some important reasons why you should go for the iPad 3 if you are considering purchasing an iPad soonest. You should also read “How to browse the internet with an iPad”  Please Subscribe to NetMediaBlog Feeds by Email.

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