Rumours of Apple having issues producing and shipping enough new iPads to meet demand seem to be coming true. If you want to buy one online in Britain you'll now have to suffer through a 2-3 week wait, even if you pre-order it right now.
One of the new iPad's video features—along with 1080p recording and video stabilisation—is temporal noise reduction. Apple claims it will improve the quality of footage in low-light conditions. OK, but what the hell is it?
Apple’s just launched its next generation iPad and it’s been touting 4G all over the shop. Phil Schiller even called it the device with “the most wireless bands that has ever shipped." But will it actually work on the LTE networks we’re going to get here in Britain within the next year or two?
To take advantage of its fancy new retina display, higher res camera, and boosted processor, the iWork and iLife apps for the third-generation iPad have also been updated. And since that new display will make working with photos a treat, Apple also introduced an iOS version of iPhoto.
Well, it's finally here, Apple's new hotness. But how does it compare to the new hotness from Asus, Samsung, Amazon, BlackBerry, or heck, the iPad 2? We've got you covered with this head-to-head spec sheet.
Retina display! It's a buzzword, but unlike other buzzwords, it's worth caring about. Your iPhone 4 has one, and now your new iPad will too. So what's the big deal? It's the new iPad's best new feature. Read on.
With the announcement of the iPad 3, came the announcement of a new processor: the A5x chipset with (presumably) a dual-core CPU and quad-core GPU. The A5x is more powerful to be sure, but should we think of it as a next-generation chip, or merely a spec bump?
The new iPad is here. Apple's new tablet computer has arrived and its ultra-sharp 2048 x 1536 pixel Retina display is enough to set it apart from anyone else. It's almost like looking at a glossy magazine page.