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Every tablet manufacturer want their tablet to be better, and more popular than Apple’s iPad. And many have tried in the past. This time around, Microsoft decided to take on the challenge. But just when we thought it had gotten away with its twin launch of Surface along with Windows 8, Apple makes a double announcement too, the iPad Mini, and the new fourth Generation iPad, breaking its usual tradition of launching iPads in the March-April season. Here is a comparison of the previously popular iPad 3, and the new iPad 4 with Retina Display.
So apparently, Apple is going high this time of the year, and plans on launching not one, but two iPads this season, which brings it up to a total of 3 iPads this year (the iPad 3 in March, and the iPad 4 announced along with the iPad Mini). Some might well call it the year of tablets, what with Microsoft going big too and releasing its Surface RT tablet (and Surface PRO possibly later this year). But we call it fun! Two giants going head to head, and releasing one enviable gadget after another. Now that’s more like ‘the digital era’, or whatever :). The tablet we’ve picked up today is the iPad Mini, announced by Apple in San Jose last week. So let’s dive right into and see what’s all the hype about.
Well well well. If you’d thought it was Microsoft’s time of the year, what with the Surface and Windows 8 simultaneously launching, then you thought wrong! Apparently, Apple refuses to be forgotten, oh no sir, which is why it came up with a special keynote in San Jose just two days before Microsoft was to release Windows 8 and its first ever tablet. The purpose: to announce its latest tablet. Behold, The iPad 4, everybody! Some would say, it’s a bit early for the new iPad, because they’re normally launched in the March-April season. And it seems like just yesterday (metaphorically speaking, okay? -_-), when the third-generation iPad was released. And now, it’s being taken off the shelves to make room for the iPad 4 (not that it needs any, but still), giving the iPad 3 only around 7 full months to sell itself. So what’s new with this latest slate Apple has cooked up?