The new iPad has a high resolution Retina display, a whopping 2048×1536 display on a 9.7inches screen. The images and videos are very crisp thanks to the astounding 3.1 million pixels and that is four times the amount of pixels compared to iPad 2.
Apple did a great job in improving each pixel by elevating it onto a different plane to separate it from the signals telling the pixels to light up.
The new iPad is equipped with A5X processor and 1GB ram for the resource-hogging Retina display which is much faster compared to the A5 processor that is running on 512mb ram. There is a confusion that the new iPad is running on a quad-core processor but the truth is Apple A5X still uses dual core processor for the ARM Cortex-A9 processing cores it uses just like the previous generation of A5. The battery life of the new iPad can last up to 10 hours depending on the usage. The new iPad also have a 5 megapixel which they call Isight camera that can shoot video up to 30 frames per second with 1080p resolution.
What do you think of the new iPad?