Apple updates iPad, some call it the iPad 3S
It seems that apart from the Mac mini, there is an incremental update being made to the mainstay of Apple’s tablet business, which would be the new iPad. Of course, having said that, the new iPad of the past is not so new any more with the updated fourth generation iPad with Retina Display, where it will pack a faster A6X processor that can be found in the iPhone 5. This basically means the fourth generation iPad is an iPhone 5 with a far larger display, albeit without the kind of phone functionality that the iPhone 5 carries with it.
Maintaining its 9.7-inch Retina Display and powered by the new Apple-designed A6X processor, the new iPad will also feature a FaceTime HD camera and ultrafast wireless performance (more LTE networks will be supported worldwide in addition to dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity), running on iOS 6. Pricing for the fourth generation iPad with Wi-Fi models stand at $499, $599 and $699 for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models, respectively. What do you think of the incremental upgrades, and if you have just picked up a third generation iPad yesterday, how do you feel about the whole situation?