iPad 3's new features
You've probably already heard that there's a new iPad on the block, but between all the information about release dates, prices, carriers and what not, you might have missed some of the most important stuff - the actual new features of this lovely tablet. In the gallery below, we're offering you a breakdown of all the new features of the tablet.
By the way, it's worth noting once again that the new iPad is actually called... iPad, and not iPad 3, or iPad HD. But we'll call it either "the new iPad" or "iPad 3" just to make things clearer. Anyways, enjoy the gallery, and feel free to share your thoughts about the new features in the comments below!
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2. theo14461 posted on 07 Mar 2012, 15:49 2 2
Now this is a tablet worth having. Up to this point, I never thought of them being good enough. IMHO!
3. nnaatthhaannx2 posted on 07 Mar 2012, 15:50 6 1
ROFL, all the new features can be put into a 5 slide picture-thingy.
anyone notice that the person in holding the iPad right on the camera in picture 4?
4. Dr.Phil posted on 07 Mar 2012, 15:55 1 0
I think that is because it is talking about the rear-facing camera, not the front-facing camera.
11. Lucas777 posted on 07 Mar 2012, 22:22 0 0
um what exactly more do u need? it has pretty much everything… all i would have wanted more is a nonexistent home button and a move to a meego-like gesture system…. but that is a huge change im not sure apple is ready to make
9. Cwebb posted on 07 Mar 2012, 16:58 0 1
Nice try krApple with the "latest in wireless technology." You may be able to trick your sheep, but us smarter Droids have been use to 4G for a while now that its not just un-surprising, but its expected.