Today the official reviews of the new iPad are published by outlets like the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. The new iPad (3rd generation) offers a much higher resolution screen (RetinaDisplay), LTE and better cameras. Because of the new screen the new iPad has a bigger battery and is slightly thicker. Compared to the iPad 2 the new iPad is not offering any new functionality. Albeit all reviews are very positive and only found very small negatives, the lack of new features makes the reviewers tend to recommend to stay with the iPad 2 and only upgrade if you need to have the latest and greatest.
I already decided that for me. Sure the Retina Display is stunning, but my current iPad 2 is thinner and according to TechCrunch charges faster than the new iPad.
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