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See what the new iPad has in store, as well as the iPad 2 and accessories for both.
The hyped release of Apple’s new iPad may have come and gone, but now you don’t know what to do. Whether you’re a first-time tablet buyer or own an iPad 2 and aren’t sure if you should upgrade to the new iPad, we want to help you make a more informed purchasing decision.
First, a money-saving tip
If you already own an iPad 2 and are looking to save some dough, consider trading it in via a trade-in program. In turn, you could use that money to score the new iPad for a lot less.
Should I stay …
If you’re just checking email and surfing the Web, then stick with the iPad 2. But, if you use your iPad to watch videos, play graphics-intensive games, and read books and magazines, then the new iPad may be for you.
… Or should I go?
The most significant improvement made to the new iPad is its revolutionary high-resolution Retina display, but there’s so much more:
- Double the resolution and quadrupled the pixels of the iPad 2
- Faster 4G LTE capability
- Much-improved 5MP back-facing iSight camera
- 1080 HD video recording
- 1GB RAM for apps (iPad 2 has 512MB RAM)
- Voice dictation
- New display drastically reduces glare when used under the sun
You really can’t go wrong with either device. But, consider these few differences and the decision may be a little easier.– Mike Lauersdorf, Contributing Writer, Walmart.com.
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