The new iPad (iPad 3) was released on Friday and it is already quickly proving to be very popular! It is no wonder why however, as the new iPad features a beautiful Retina display, iSight camera, dual-core A5X processor with quad-core graphics and the same great 10 hour battery life.
If you are wondering what the difference between the new iPad and the iPad 2 as well as the original iPad is you will be glad to know that the folks over at InfoGraphicsAgency have put together a great infographic! This infographic lays out all of the important aspect of each generation of the iPad in an easy to follow table so you can clearly see the differences between them all. If you are on the fence about whether or not to upgrade to the new iPad then this infographic may be extremely beneficial to you.
Before you go make sure you share your thoughts about this infographic and the differences between each generation iPad in the comments section below…
jared reabow says
To sum up, since the ipad one, the features added to the 2 and 3 go as follows – ipad 1 to ipad 2 ipad 2 to ipad 3
Camera, better cpu better camera, slightly better cpu, better screen
nothing more a tad pathetic really.
compare specs here. A newish Hp tablet
ipad 3 $499 for minimal model $450
1 ghx dual core cpu intergrated quad gfx dual core 1.66ghz + dedicated quad gpu
2048×1536 resolution 9.7 inch screen 2048×1536 resolution 11inch screen
1GB ram 4Gb ram
ios Windows, android etc
10 hour batt life 12 hour batt life
HONESTLY APPLE YOUR UPGRADES ARE UPGRADES FROM WHAT? certainly not the previous gen of i device considering how minuscule the upgrade would be
The iPad three has a sim card apart from that I can’t see any difference
As it was in the beginning,, it is now,, and forever will be. There will always be those who will pay more for less,,, because it is ,,,,,APPLE
Mihael Stojanović says
I ordered 64 gb Wi fi + cellular black.. hell yeah!!
what would be the best Ipad for a 11 year old girl?
Iowa Linda says
I just upgraded to an IPad 2 and love the camera. I was hoping to get better word processing and spreadsheet capability than IPad 1. I think it’s there and I just haven’t found it yet. By downloading some of my previous programs to IPad 2 I am able to use them better on IPad 1 because I am learning more about them. I’m glad I did not spend the money to go to IPad 3.