The new iPad features with the breakthrough Retina Display, it provides four times more pixels than iPad 2. Razor-sharp text. Richer colors. The Retina display transforms the entire iPad experience. So everything looks and feels incredibly lifelike and perfectly detailed. The Retina display on the new iPad wouldn’t be possible without the new and powerful A5X chip. It drives power to every one of the 3.1 million pixels in the display. And its quad-core graphics processing makes everything you do on iPad feel incredibly responsive. From the little things like swiping, scrolling, and pinching to the big things like editing photos in the new iPhoto, applying titles and transitions in iMovie, and, of course, playing games.
On the other hand, the new iPad features Apple’s 5-megapixel iSight camera. The 5-megapixel iSight camera features a backside illumination sensor that captures great-looking pictures whether by sunlight or candlelight. Autofocus, tap to focus, and tap to set exposure functions mean every photo you take instantly becomes a frameworthy gem. And with built-in face detection that automatically balances focus and exposure across up to 10 faces, there’s more room for more grins. Except the photo function, the new iPad can also record HD video in full 1080p. And with automatic video stabilization, your recording is free of bumps and shakes. Megapixels matter. But the quality of a photo is determined by other things, too – like the camera’s optics, image signal processor, and software. The iSight camera uses advanced optics to give you the best picture possible. With an ƒ/2.4 aperture and a five-element lens, it captures light efficiently to produce a sharper overall image. And the hybrid infrared filter – typically reserved for expensive SLR cameras – keeps out harmful IR light for more accurate, uniform colors.
Breakthrough Retina Display
5MP iSight Camera
A5X chip with quad-core graphics
10 hours of battery life