With all the misconceptions running around the new iPad, FabBlog is here to tell you the real deal. You CAN actually see the difference in the new iPad. The change may be subtle but the difference is certainly there. Apple is experimenting with incremental updates with every version of its iPad.
'The iPad 2 has 1024x768 pixels on a 4:3 9.7in screen, giving it 132 dots per inch (DPI). The new iPad has new high resolution retina display, 2048x1536 giving it four times as many pixels (3.1m, Apple points out; more than the typical HD TV set) and a resolution of 264dpi, which when held at a distance of about 40cm (15in) means that the average eye can't discern adjacent pixels.' While the difference in visible screen quality isn't immediately obvious, we aren't able to make out adjacent pixels with the new iPad. The screen is more detailed and striking.
The difference lies within the apps. Many app covers appear sharper and less pixelated. The letters and icons appear to be more tidy and clean. Rarely are we able to experience such clarity on other slates and electronic devices. The camera is of 5-megapixel with autofocus and the battery lasts up to 10 hours of surfing the web.
The sharpness and clarity also extends itself to system-level facilities such as the keyboard and the letters on the keys. The precision is brilliant and if one were to compare between the two iPads only then the blurriness would be visible.
So all you iSheeps out there, get out and get surfing.