Doubling the speed and quadrupling the number of pixels found in the iPad 2, the 9.7-inch iPad with Retina display was designed to give a clear advantage over other models. Apple's fourth-generation version boasts the new A6X chip that gives the device more speed, which Apple maintains does not affect the user's ability to squeeze 10 hours of battery life out of it. The iPad with Retina display is loaded with features like FaceTime for video calls, AirTime for wirelessly controlling a television, and Siri, Apple's built in personal assistant. Chargers from previous generation iPads or iPhones before the iPhone 5 are not compatible for the new iPad with Retina display.
Price: From $499