Apple iPad (4th-gen)
The 4th generation iPad sports a beefier A6X processor for double the CPU and graphics performance (versus iPad 3), an improved FaceTime camera that supports 720p resolution, the new Lightning connector, 802.11a/b/g/n dual-band Wi-Fi and the same image signal processor found in the iPhone 5.
Impressively detailed and accurate Retina Display.
Faster A6X processor.
Improved worldwide cellular compatibility.
The iOS App Store remains best in class.
App ecosystem is unrivaled.
Above average battery life.
Not much of a serious upgrade to the iPad 3.
Still slightly weighty.
Same size, weight, and Retina screen.
Heavy to hold in one hand.
Most older accessories won't work without investing in a pricey Lightning adapter.
Lightning ecosystem is relatively small.
By The Inquirer on November 19, 2013
Apple clearly is hoping that this refreshed design along with the promise of more processing power will both lure new customers and entice existing iPad users to upgrade. We take a look at whether the iPad Air is worth upgrading from the iPad 4, or...-
By V3.co.uk on November 12, 2013
Apple's iPad Air is here, complete with a new moniker, a new design and 64-bit processor, the same A7 chip that debuted in the iPhone 5S . Apple is clearly hoping that this refreshed design, along with the promise of more processing power, will...-
By Phone Arena on October 04, 2013
Do you like surprises? We sure do, and Samsung treated us to a nice one during the official Galaxy Note 3 unveiling. Along with its newest high-end smartphone, the company announced a totally overhauled version of its S Pen-equipped Samsung Galaxy...-
By The Inquirer on July 02, 2013
However, this changed in 2012 when Amazon and Google undercut the iPad, creating their cheaper and smaller Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 devices. Competition heated up even more when Microsoft announced its Surface Pro Windows 8 tablet , and then again when...-
By V3.co.uk on June 20, 2013
Apple pretty much created the tablet market in 2010 when it launched its first iPad and since then it's been pretty much universally acknowledged as owning the top end of the market, with every iPad since easily outselling its Android competition. ...-
By PC Advisor on June 18, 2013
Apple iPad 4 review updated: 18th June 2013 Apple released the fourth-generation iPad back in November 2012, and a 128GB version went on sale in February 2013. But while we wait for a fifth iPad to be launched, is this the one to buy? See also: iPad 3...90
By IT PRO on March 22, 2013
The iPad 4 is the best Apple tablet yet by a long way, offering twice the processing power of its predecessor. The iOS ecosystem still has the biggest and best selection of tablet-specific applications too. But with EE's 4G coverage still offering...80
By Phone Arena on February 15, 2013
Now this is a tough pickle on our hands, seeing that there’s an obvious gap in terms of pricing with the two tablets. At the very least, the iPad 4 can be bought for $500, which is significantly easier on the pockets over the $900 cost of the...-
By Reseller News on February 11, 2013
The main change for the new iPad with Retina display (4th generation) is a shift from the previous Apple dock connector to the new reversible and easy-to-use Lightning connector. Lightning is also used on the iPhone 5 and iPad mini. Additionally, the...-
By GadgetReview on February 11, 2013
There are tablets, and then there's the iPad. Apple may not have been the first to create a tablet computer — that honor remains with Microsoft's Bill Gates — but Apple has nearly perfected the slate. The iPad, a 9.7″ stunner...90