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Apple’s new iPad screen gets compared to iPad 2 under a microscope

Apple’s new iPad screen gets compared to iPad 2 under a microscope

There's no doubt in anyone's mind that the new iPad has a display that puts every other tablet to shame. But if you're interested in seeing what is perhaps the most vivid representation of just how much more advanced it is than the iPad 2's display, you'll need a microscope. Luckily, even if you don't have one, someone else has taken the trouble to do the comparison.

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Asphalt 6: Adrenaline HD Retina Quality Review

Asphalt 6: Adrenaline HD Retina Quality Review

This update to the racing game series that's captivated the mobile gaming audience on Apple products for over a year now delivers an enhanced version of episode 6 with Retina-quality graphics and tweaks that'll give you giggles galore. This game now brings on the same fabulous big-name collection of racing car manufacturers in addition to several new vehicle models like the classic DMC Delorian (the same model you might recognize from the Back to the Future series of films.) There's nothing quite like pretending you're the Doc pummeling down your opponents in a full-on drift through Tokyo's streets on the 2012 iPad, nothing like it in the world.

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Foosball HD Retina Quality Review

Foosball HD Retina Quality Review

The new iPad for 2012 has ushered in a new age of gaming for those developers wishing to stay ahead of the game in their field, and this field-based Foosball game is ready to take that challenge! The challenge of course here on the new iPad (which we've reviewed in full here) is that the full high resolution of the Retina display is made use of. The game Foosball HD is suggested specifically by Apple as a game that the 2012 iPad would be well demonstrated with - it's just that great!

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Infinity Blade II 1.0.3 Retina Quality Review

Infinity Blade II 1.0.3 Retina Quality Review

For both of the newest models of the iPad, Apple has chosen the game series Infinity Blade to show off the most impressive gaming the tablets were capable of - today Infinity Blade II is where it's at for Retina-quality graphics. The iPad 3rd Generation model (which we've Reviewed in full here) is made to work with high definition graphics four times as dense as its predecessor, the iPad 2. Because of this, the makers of Infinity Blade II took it upon themselves to enhance the game accordingly, making the game better than ever and ushering in their upcoming prequel game called Infinity Blade: Dungeons.

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Five of the new iPad’s most hardcore games

Five of the new iPad’s most hardcore games

Those of you purchasing the new iPad from Apple today will be glad to know that developers have already released a set of games that not only make use of your fabulous Retina display, they're set to make full use of that awesome new A5X chip you've got running as well. You'll be making the most of your four GPU cores with a litany of fantastic beasts of games in the future, and already today you'll be set to have hours, days, and weeks of fun with the initial offering for this next generation iPad. Behold the first wave: racing, shooting, and role-playing galore!

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24 Must-Have iPad Retina Display apps for new users

24 Must-Have iPad Retina Display apps for new users

This week the 2012 iPad comes out, the third edition of the ipad with no less than a Retina Display for the sharpest graphics you've ever seen! What we've got here to compliment our full review of the new iPad is a collection of apps developed specifically to make the best use of your newfound power! Each of the apps you see here has been touted by Apple to be perfect for your first day with the new iPad, each of them containing full 2048 x 1536 Retina-quality graphics and awesome optimization for the most up-to-date action!

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The new iPad Review Round-Up

The new iPad Review Round-Up

The results are in, and now that we're less than 24 hours away from the launch of the 2012 edition of the iPad, the tech world has its hands-on say if and how Apple's newest slate trumps the competition. We've got our own review up as well as the mixed opinions from across the web - in general the consensus has been that if you're in the market for an iPad, it is as it's always been: the older model may be cheaper, but the newest model is worth the extra cash. That and the fact that Apple is preparing their content for the much more high definition world of the new iPad's Retina quality display should have you reeling all night long.

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New iPad stock shortage fueled by Sharp display delay

New iPad stock shortage fueled by Sharp display delay

Apple's new iPad will launch using only LG Display and Samsung Retina Display panels this Friday, it's claimed, with Sharp's LCD production unable to meet the Cupertino company's demand. In fact, according to the WSJ's source, Sharp is yet to deliver a single panel to Apple's third-gen iPad production lines, after encountering unforeseen problems meeting the tightly managed hardware requirements in place. Launch-day stock of the new iPad is already constrained, with current online pre-orders listing a 2-3 week delay before delivery can be expected.

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New iPad Super High Aperture Retina Display tech revealed

New iPad Super High Aperture Retina Display tech revealed

Apple's "Resolutionary" new iPad could catapult Super High Aperture (SHA) displays into the limelight, challenging AMOLED with significantly brighter, more pixel-dense panels. The Retina Display in the third-gen tablet is actually SHA tech, DisplaySearch claims, stacking an organic film over the top of the pixels so as to increase their aperture ratio and allow for boosted resolution. However, it also demands some serious increase in backlight power: twice as many LEDs, in fact, the analysts estimate.

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New iPad could face Retina Display shortage

New iPad could face Retina Display shortage

Apple unveiled the new iPad on Wednesday, bringing with it the much anticipated “Retina” display with a resolution of 2048x1536. Along with the highest PPI value found on a tablet of 264, saturation has also been increased to get the most out of images and video. While that gorgeous display was the star of the show, manufacturing it couldn’t have been easy. Analysts are now claiming that yields aren’t as high as Apple would like, which could lead to display shortages and delays.

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A Dell display is an iPad devs’ best friend

A Dell display is an iPad devs’ best friend

The iOS developer's best friend might not be a new iMac or even a Mac Pro, when looking to create Retina Display apps for the new iPad, but in fact hardware with the far less fashionable Dell logo. Apple's Phil Schiller joked during the new iPad keynote yesterday that the 2048 x 1536 tablet actually had more pixels than the floor to ceiling presentation screen behind him; however, that resolution presents a significant issue for iOS app developers, since none of Apple's own OS X hardware supports the new iPad's full resolution.

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