Friday June 5, 2020

The iPad Phenomenon, wireless browsing power

The iPad Phenomenon, wireless browsing power

The iPad Phenomenon, wireless browsing power

The advent of iPad has changed everything in modern computing. This Apple tablet computer has infused new life into the power of touch screen devices. The gadget, which was first launched in 2010, has seen a significant growth in popularity. As of December 2011, the company had sold over 67 million units of the device.

There are many positive aspects of iPad that have distinguished it from competitors. First and foremost is its graphic user interface. You will find the GUI to be a breeze. This feature has made it popular with people who are not well-versed in computing. Another prominent feature of iPad is its slimmer construction and minuscule weight. First generation iPads had an average weight of 1.5 pounds though the latest third generation models weigh around 1.46 lbs.

The iPad has 1 GHz of computing power and comes packed with up to 1 GB of memory. You will find the 9.7 inches screen to be wide enough to substitute for your netbook. The operating system is advanced enough to conduct all tasks you perform on a regular personal computer or a laptop. Connectivity is not a problem as latest devices have 3G connections and support the regular Wi-Fi, GSM, CDMA and other protocols.

The device has a rear-facing eight mega-pixel camera that comes with 1080p resolution. Another front-facing camera is also present to help in capturing profile shots. The rear camera will enable you to capture high-definition videos and the editing tools in the phone will help in quick assembling of high quality movies.

Perhaps the best aspect of iPad is the availability of hundreds of thousands of applications. Being part of Apple, the iPad is compatible with App Store tools and applications. You can add as many applications as you want. The iPad will come in handy whether you are traveling or are using it as a replacement for your notebook.

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