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Quesada Focus Ipad 3

Well Apple has finally announced the launch of the all new Ipad and yes it’s only called Ipad not Ipad 3. While this one does not look different from its predecessor, it is a little thicker at 9.4mm compared to 8.8 on the Ipad 2 and weighs 635g.

Originally believed to be destined for the Ipad 2 and by far the most rumoured spec inclusion for the company’s latest tablet, Apple has revealed the Ipad 3 will have an iPhone 4S Retina display with the 9.7-inch screen to boast an impressive 2048 x 1536p resolution and 264 pixels-per inch. The quality of this screen is nothing short of outstanding and this is double the resolution and four times the pixels that are in the Ipad 2 display.

Further bolstering the tablet’s impressive array of new specs, Apple has revealed that the Ipad 3 will land with an A5X quad-core processor. Improving the tablet’s camera options, the Ipad 3 will play host to an iSight camera capable of Full HD 1080p video recording capabilities with video stabilisation and noise reduction features as standard.

Whilst not featuring the company’s iPhone 4S exclusive voice commanded personal assistant Siri has not made the jump to the Ipad 3, the tablet will play host to voice dictation features allowing users to seamlessly transcribe letters at will.

One great result from the launch of the new Ipad is that Apple has now reduced the cost of the Ipad 2 and made it even more affordable for those on a budget. The Ipad 2 is an amazing device and is at the stage where it can already replace the most common tasks on your home laptop. With the updated Ipad 3 you get the vastly upgraded display and camera, faster CPU, more RAM and more storage options than the previous model. Either of these two models would be a very welcome addition to any household.

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