There's not an awful lot to distinguish the iPad 4 from the iPad 3, except for the upgraded Lightning port, and an A6X processor that promises to be twice as fast as the A5X found in the iPad 3.
on 11/02/2012 – Made popular on 11/02/2012
With the new iPad Air, the question isn't whether or not the new tablet will fly or die. The question, rather, is whether or not you should upgrade from an older-gen iPad to the iPad air or to the iPad mini?
In truth, it all comes down to use cases.
There's no doubt that the new iPad air is the most powerful, speedy, and beautiful iPad to date.
Today at Apple’s press event, the company announced that the iPad would receive an update. In order to harmonize the product line, the iPad will now come with a Lightning port. A6X and expanded LTE will be added to the iPad as well.
The Lightning port is a good addition for iPhone 5 customers who are going to buy an iPad before the holidays.
So I just got an iPad case in the mail. It’s for the iPad 5. That model is not out yet. But you can have this case anyway.
Of course I have no way of knowing if this will, for an absolute fact, fit the next iPad, but the chances are good. At best, you’ll win a case for the next iPad.
The new iPad isn’t even available to the general public yet, but that won’t stop us from thinking about its successor. The new new iPad, or iPad 4, should arrive sometime in 2013 and based on what Apple has — or hasn’t — done already, we can start making predictions on a fourth iteration of the iconic device.
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Pop quiz, hot shot. You walk into an Apple Store to buy the new iPad. But there are two new iPads. The iPad Air and the new iPad mini. You can only buy one. What do you do? What - do - you - do?
The new retina iPad mini is great. It's everything you loved about the first iPad mini, but upgraded in the two most important ways: a sharper screen and faster speed.
I walked into today’s Apple event positive that the iPad mini with a retina display, if unveiled, would be the one iPad to rule them all. I was sure that such a device would so thoroughly upstage the 9.7-inch iPad, that there would be no shortage of folks wondering why the larger sibling even continued to exist. And actually, that proved to be prescient.