(Image Source: Macworld)

 

BY MEREDITH BALDWIN

ANCHOR EMILY SPAIN

 

The third generation of Apple’s iPad doesn’t hit stores until Friday morning — but early reviews for the product are pouring in.

 

TechCrunch says...“The New iPad Makes Apple’s Tablet Domination Clearer Than Ever”

Mashable’s take is... “Just Call it the iPad”

And AppleInsider chimes in... “... Apple’s new iPad has ‘spectacular’ display, LTE ‘screams’”

 

So what’s the consensus? Mobile Burn says...

 

 “...pretty much all reviewers could agree that the new Retina Display is absolutely stunning and the LTE cellular connectivity is a great improvement over the 3G services used before.”

 

And The New York Times says this isn’t a typical Apple ‘game changer’, but more a functional upgradea between the two generations.

 

 “The new iPad doesn’t introduce anything that we haven’t seen before, either in the iPhone or in rival tablets. There’s no Steve Jobs ‘one more thing’ moment here; Apple just took its white-hot iPad and added the latest screen, battery and cellular technologies.”

 

But for those who’ve gotten their hands all over the new iPad, they just can’t seem to stop talking about the new screen. Here’s The Verge with why:

 

 “It’s 2048 by 1536 which is double the resolution of the previous iPad and higher resolution than any monitor in my house, higher resolution than your HD television.”

 

The Washington Post is quick to agree, saying the screen proves the new iPad is worth the buy.

 

 “This display is outrageous. It’s stunning. It’s incredible.... [T]here’s something almost otherwordly about how good this screen is. For rendered text or high-resolution images, it just looks like a glowing piece of paper.”

 

So, if you’re trying really hard to stop yourself from buying Apple’s latest tech toy, TechCrunch says not to get too close.

 

 “Treat the new iPad as if it were Medusa when you’re in an Apple Store. Do. Not. Look. At. It.”

 

The new iPad hits stores tomorrow morning --- but keep in mind, shelves could be empty before you get there.

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Mar 15, 2012

iPad Review: All Eyes on Retina Display

 

(Image Source: Macworld)

 

BY MEREDITH BALDWIN

ANCHOR EMILY SPAIN

 

The third generation of Apple’s iPad doesn’t hit stores until Friday morning — but early reviews for the product are pouring in.

 

TechCrunch says...“The New iPad Makes Apple’s Tablet Domination Clearer Than Ever”

Mashable’s take is... “Just Call it the iPad”

And AppleInsider chimes in... “... Apple’s new iPad has ‘spectacular’ display, LTE ‘screams’”

 

So what’s the consensus? Mobile Burn says...

 

 “...pretty much all reviewers could agree that the new Retina Display is absolutely stunning and the LTE cellular connectivity is a great improvement over the 3G services used before.”

 

And The New York Times says this isn’t a typical Apple ‘game changer’, but more a functional upgradea between the two generations.

 

 “The new iPad doesn’t introduce anything that we haven’t seen before, either in the iPhone or in rival tablets. There’s no Steve Jobs ‘one more thing’ moment here; Apple just took its white-hot iPad and added the latest screen, battery and cellular technologies.”

 

But for those who’ve gotten their hands all over the new iPad, they just can’t seem to stop talking about the new screen. Here’s The Verge with why:

 

 “It’s 2048 by 1536 which is double the resolution of the previous iPad and higher resolution than any monitor in my house, higher resolution than your HD television.”

 

The Washington Post is quick to agree, saying the screen proves the new iPad is worth the buy.

 

 “This display is outrageous. It’s stunning. It’s incredible.... [T]here’s something almost otherwordly about how good this screen is. For rendered text or high-resolution images, it just looks like a glowing piece of paper.”

 

So, if you’re trying really hard to stop yourself from buying Apple’s latest tech toy, TechCrunch says not to get too close.

 

 “Treat the new iPad as if it were Medusa when you’re in an Apple Store. Do. Not. Look. At. It.”

 

The new iPad hits stores tomorrow morning --- but keep in mind, shelves could be empty before you get there.

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