Apple unveils the iPad3 to the world
Apple's new iPad will go on sale in New Zealand by the end of the month, the company says with local pricing yet to be confirmed.
Apple's new iPad model, with a sharper screen and a faster processor will feature a quad-core A5X processor chip, high-definition "retina" display, and will work on faster 4G cellular networks as well as the 3G networks that operate in New Zealand. It also will have a new iSight 5MP camera on the back, as well as the ability to record 1080p high-definition video, similar to the current camera onthe iPhone 4S
The new iPad's battery will have a 10 hour life - or 9 hours on 4G - before it needs to be charged, Apple says.
The new iPad will be thicker and heavier than the iPad 2. It will be be 9.4 millimetres thick, or 0.37 inches. That compares with 8.8 millimetres, or 0.34 inches, for the iPad 2. The weight is going up from 1.33 pounds (600 grams) to 1.4 pounds (640 grams).
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