The third generation of Apple's tablet was just one-year-old when Cupertino decided to retire it in favor of the fourth-generation iPad, or the IPad 4
. The first noticeable change is that the model left the old 30-pin connector to embrace the new Lightning. The second major change was the addition of the new A6x chip, which, according to Apple, doubled the speed of the A4 and improved that of the iPhone 5. The antenna system was also reworked to improve connectivity.
The Apple IPad 4
is 241.20mm wide, 185.70mm high and 9.40mm thick. Equally remarkable is its weight, 662 g. The Apple iPad 4 has a 9.7-inch IPS LCD screen with 2048x1536 resolution and a pixel density of 264 dpi.
The device works with a 2-core CPU Swift that reaches a clock speed of 1.40 GHz. In the memory section, it has 1 GB of RAM and the model is offered in 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, a number that changes how the user experiences apps and data.
The iPad 4, also called the fourth-generation iPad or simply the Retina Display, is the second generation of Apple's Retina Display tablet released by Apple in 2012, it is also identified as the iPad 3.4, which identifies it as a new model with minor hardware renovations.
The iPad 4 has an aluminum unidoby enclosure, it's design is based on rounded edges, metal buttons, and black, white and silver colors. The IPad 4 price
starts at USD 170.