Despite encouraging followers of Apple iPad4 for sale, Apple continues to sell its sibling iPad variants. iPad 4 is the fourth upgrade to the original iPad device which was launched in 2010. Here are some of the key differences between the three iPad models that came after the release of the original iPad tablet.
Browsing is four times revealing on the on the Retina display than in Apple iPad 2. The 2048 x 1536 resolution in the iPad 3 and iPad 4 devices also features 264 pixels per inch. The resolution allows a user to access 1080 pixel videos from iTunes in iPad 4, which was not allowed in the affordable iPad 2 devices. These are the specification sheet of iPad 2, iPad 3, and iPad 4 devices respectively.
- Processor: Dual-Core Apple A5/Dual-Core Apple A5X/Dual-Core Apple A6X
- RAM: 512 MB/1 GB/1GB
- Data Rate: 3G/4G LTE/4G LTE
Apple Siri is available on iPad 3 and iPad 4 tablets, but not in the iPad 2 released in 2011. Siri is defined by Apple as a Personal Assistant, which allows users to navigate iOS conveniently through voice input. Steve Jobs introduced Siri to Apple in 2010, although one wonders why iPad 2 does not have the Personal Assistant.
Gaming on the iPad a Generational Thing
The iPad 3 actually took the same chipset in iPad 2 and added further graphics to please hardcore gamers. This is more of a generational thing, as you can see from the processor in iPad 4 given above. The gaming may not be as in-depth as in gaming consoles, but Apple holds its standards with high-end graphics. It is being said that the aspirations of gamers changes with each generation of an Apple device.
These are facts that differentiate the iPad generations. While the iPad 2 has featured six major versions of iOS, the latest available on Apple iPad4 for sale is still superior. Oddly enough, Apple still extends the support to iPad 2 device users, perhaps as a sign of respect.