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The new iPad 3rd Generation event wrap-up

The new iPad 3rd Generation event wrap-up

The 2012 version of the iPad has been revealed, and with a Retina Display, 5-megapixel iSight camera with 1080p HD video recording, Voice Dictation, and 4G LTE, all of this backed up by the new A5X chip, we've very likely got another winner on our hands. Apple went through the device point by point, letting us know first that the high definition display would blow our minds while the rest of the features would back it up with fantastic media capture, high quality content, and the ability to access that content at high speeds with LTE. Now we've just got to set it all out in front of us and decide if this generation iPad is worth picking up!

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iPad 3 gets voice dictation but not quite Siri yet

iPad 3 gets voice dictation but not quite Siri yet

The iPad 3 will not be getting Siri as some had speculated, but it will give a good taste of the voice-controlled feature before a full on Siri implementation sometime down the road. Apple revealed today that the next-gen tablet now offers voice-dictation, a feature you'll notice from the addition of a microphone icon to the software keyboard.

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iPad 4G LTE official with 10 hour battery

iPad 4G LTE official with 10 hour battery

This week the folks at Apple have revealed their newest iPad hardware refresh, this device having access to 4G LTE speeds. This iPad is not called the iPad 3, nor it is called the iPad HD, instead it's just the newest device, having here the ability to work with “LTE for max of 72Mbps. It’s amazing, you’re going to love using it on these new high speed networks” as Apple's Eddie Cue noted at the big iPad 3rd generation event. What you'll see here is that LTE is made for many devices, but with Apple it's all the more special - with a chart below showing how it's made so.

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Apple details iPad 3’s new iSight camera

Apple details iPad 3’s new iSight camera

Apple revealed that the next-gen iPad will feature an updated iSight camera with a 5-megapixel backside illuminated sensor, 5-element lens, IR filter, and ISP built into the A5X chip. Although it’s not an 8-megapixel sensor as some might have hoped, the upgraded optics, which are similar to what’s on the iPhone 4S should provide the more than satisfying image quality.

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iPad HD Retina Display official

iPad HD Retina Display official

At today's iPad event, the high definition Retina Display was first off the blocks in a set of features that make up the next generation device. This upgraded display has the 9.7-inch screen of the iPad set at 2048 x 1536 pixels, this being "for the first time an iPad has a higher resolution than even the display behind me" as Apple's Eddie Cue noted. This display has "1 million more pixels than HDTV" Apple touted, with "264 pixels per inch in this display, and that's enough to call it a Retina Display."

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Apple touts iPad numbers, sold 15.4 million last quarter

Apple touts iPad numbers, sold 15.4 million last quarter

Ahead of unveiling the iPad 3, Apple is talking iPad numbers and performance so far, which you can imagine are impressive. In just the last quarter, Apple has sold 15.4 million units of the tablet, leaping well over PC sales. In fact, according to Apple, HP sold only 15.1 million PCs total in that same quarter.

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Apple TV 1080p refresh announced for March 16

Apple TV 1080p refresh announced for March 16

This week Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple TV will be refreshed with a new device that supports 1080p video, this standard also set for the iTunes movie store as well. As Cook noted, "we're also announcing that movies and TV shows in the iTunes store support 1080p HD. They are absolutely incredible quality." In addition it was announced that Apple TV would get a software upgrade, presenting a "new streamlined user interface" as well as iTunes Match support.

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“Apple has it feet firmly planted in the post-PC future” touts Tim Cook

“Apple has it feet firmly planted in the post-PC future” touts Tim Cook

Tim Cook had the stage first at today's Apple (iPad 3) event speaking at first about the a "post PC revolution." He spoke about how "Apple is at the forefront, leading this revolution," how "the PC is no longer the center of your digital world" and how even though most companies would be "thrilled to have just one of these devices" while of course "at Apple we're fortunate to have all three" - three being the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad.

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