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A list of features of the newest iPad

Published: Wednesday, March 7 2012 12:30 p.m. MST

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The iPad 2 currently has a 1024-by-768-pixel resolution at 132 pixels per inch.

The new iPad has a 2048 x 1536 pixel "retina" display with 264 pixels per inch, according to Gizmodo. The new screen now has one million more pixels than HDTV The screen will have 40 percent better color resolution.

The "retina" feature was first introduced on the iPhone 4.

The screen size is still the same 9.7 inches.
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A voice of Reason
Salt Lake City, UT

I love my Kindle Fire! I also paid $200 for it instead of buying a $500 ipad. Sure, they can video-call each other. I just can't justify $300 for one feature.

Oh yeah, plus Apple doesn't allow using apps they don't like. With my Kindle and my PC, I make my own choices. Did I forget to say I spent less money too?

:)

giantfan
Farmington, UT

A voice of Reason,

"Sure, they can video-call each other. I just can't justify $300 for one feature."

If you think that's the only difference, you should study up a little more. There's a reason--no, make that MANY reasons--that Apple DOMINATES the tablet market.

A voice of Reason
Salt Lake City, UT

giantfan,

Apple dominates? Sounds pretty fanboy-ish to me. They can have the market. I couldn't care less what the masses want. I care about what's fair and reasonable. Apple overcharging for everything they produce, and their app-store and privacy policies are worth my attention more than a list of features and how shiny something is. I know what features there are. It's still overpriced.

cjb
Bountiful, UT

I was really hoping the new model would have a border that is half as wide, or less. The wideness of the border on i-Pads has always seemed excessive to me.

BYU/Jazz fan
West Valley, UT

Voice of Reason, can you view/create word and power point documents on the fire? I've been looking into getting one.

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