Apple’s New High Definition iPad With Voice Recognition & Retina Display

 

 

 

 

 

This awesome rundown from THE WRAP:

“Apple has its feet firmly planted in the post-PC future,” CEO Tim Cook told the crowd, calling the iPad the “poster child” of that future.

The new device, just called “The New iPad” – not iPad 3 — comes with a plethora of new

It has a “retina display,” a title bestowed because of the number of pixels its screen has. Its 3.1 million-pixel display boasts more than any mobile device and even outpaces HDTVs, according to Apple.

The new iPad also adds iPhoto (previous iPad version do not), voice speech recognition, high-definition video capacity and will support high-speed 4G LTE networks. Not every carrier has those yet, but AT&T and Verizon do, rewarding those lucky customers. It also has new versions of apps like Garage Band.

Consumers will be able to get their hands on the new device starting March 16th, and the prices are the same as for the iPad 2 — $499 for the base 16-gigabyte version, $599 for 32GB and $699 for the 64GB. If you want the 4G wireless, that’s an additional $130.