Five New Features In The 'New iPad'

Retina Display

Apple raised the bar on handheld displays at about this time last year with the release of the iPhone 4 and its Retina display. Now a screen with pixel density that more closely matches that of the human retina, there's an eye-popping resolution of 2,048 x 1,536. That's significantly greater than that of the monitor you're looking at right now. At 264 pixels per inch, the new iPad's display is a thing of beauty, literally doubling the pixels of its predecessor while maintaining the same multilanguage and fingerprint resistance characteristics of the iPad 2.


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