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The new Apple iPad is finally here and we’ve got the 16GB Wi-Fi version to review for you. The new Apple iPad features the Apple A5X chip, which provides a dual-core processor and quad-core graphics. As well as these, the battery has also been improved to bring the same 10 hours of battery life, which we saw on the iPad two, whilst using the brand new Retina Display. However, if you’ve already got an iPad 2 is the upgrade worth it? Let’s find out…
Here’s a quick video showing off the 1080p video quality on the new Apple iPad.
It’s that time guys! Our brand new iPad was delivered this morning, so we’ve got loads of cool stuff to share with you. Keep checking back for our review.
The need for a high-quality laptop bag is always going to be there, no matter how sturdy your laptop is, but bulky and unattractive comes to mind when you think of the normal design of a laptop bag. That’s where the Concrete Cases Hook Case comes in. Concrete Cases are a brand new company who provide beautifully made laptop bags, which are also extremely durable and protective. Let’s see how well it performs…
Apple have just confirmed that Apple fans in the UK will be able to start purchasing the new iPad from stores from 8am onwards.
Ahead of the new iPad Friday (16th) release date, the predictions are in regarding the amount of units that Apple will sell, with the current prediction being 1 million units within the first 24 hours of being on sale.
Whilst there were rumours that Apple’s new iPad Retina Displays were going to be created by Sharp or LG, it has now been reported by Bloomberg that Samsung are the sole display-maker for the new Apple iPad.
With the very reasonably priced Apple TV currently in its third generation, thanks to a recent update, it appears that Intel are going to try and steal the limelight and bring out their own version of the Apple TV.
Les Moonves, CEO at CBS, reportedly turned down Steve Jobs’ iTV offer when Steve put the pitch forward to him over a year ago.
According to some sources, the BBC is apparently planning their own download service, which would be similar to Apple’s iTunes and will run alongside the BBC iPlayer. It would also be more financially beneficial to content owners.