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CNET News Video: Apple launches latest iPad with 4G

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CNET News Video: Apple launches latest iPad with 4G

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Apple's Tim Cook and Philip Schiller unveil the company's newest iPad. The device, powered by an A5X chip, offers a higher-resolution Retina Display, longer battery life, plus 4G LTE. The pricing starts at $499 for a 16GB Wi-Fi model, with 4G starting at $629.

Everyone's been wondering. Who will come out with a product that's more amazing than the iPad two with it's big, beautiful 9.7 inch screen super fast A5 chip, all day battery life and elegant then a light design. Everybody's been wondering thus. Well stop wondering. We are. The Retina display might I've heard that an (??) display. Put in to you see it, you can't understand how amazing this is. We introduce the Retina display technology first in the iPhone 4 and it's incredible and into this day no one has yet matched that display technology in any mobile device and we're going to bring it to the 9.7 inch screen of the iPad. When you turn on that new iPad you will going to see graphics text icon sharper than you can imagine. They're just beautiful. When you go to read a book, if you're going to see a text that rivals anything you've seen and print in newspapers and magazine. Everything you do is just gonna look stunning surf in the web reading your e-mails and photos are just going to look amazing and high resolution on that gorgeous big display. The new iPad display is 2,048 by 1,536 pixels. And if you do the math really quick you'll figure out that's over 3.1 million pixels on this display. The most ever in a mobile device. Put another way many of you all have an HT TV at home. These televisions 50 inches, 60 inches have a resolution of 1920 by 1080. Here's an iPad skill appropriately next to it. It is more pixels. Let's overlay the photos, the same photos as they could be display in each of these devices, you see the iPad shows over a million more pixels than your own HT TV does at home. That's incredible. Of course the display that many pixels in pocket really tight way. There are 264 pixels per inch in this display and that is enough to call it a Retina to display. So the new iPad has a Retina Display with more pixels than any mobile devices ever had. It is 2048 by 1536 resolution over three million pixels. There's a greater color saturation. As the A5X Quad Core graphics. This is the best mobile display that's ever shipped. The second feature an eye sight camera. Well you know on the (fun?) of our devices we have a face time camera. It's most often used for face time video calls that customer's love making and on the back we have the camera and when that camera gets as such quality and capability that you're proud to use it as your everyday camera for photographs we call it an Eye sight camera and the new iPad has a great eye sight camera. It's a 5 megapixel back side illuminated sensor. We brought the optic system from the iPhone 4S 5 element lens, hybrid infrared filter on it and with an ISP built into A5X chip to do some great software (??) capabilities on these for photographs but of course the ultimate measure of the camera are the pictures you take with it. So let me show you some (big?) pictures taken with this new iPad. The iPad has auto exposure so it gets great exposure, great color, as auto focus. It's incredible of the detail that picks it up and you see the lens can (??) great edge to edge sharpness in detail. It has auto face detection so it will take individual or group shots and it knows just what to do. This auto exposure lock, not an auto focus lock so you can compose exactly the photograph you want. It is just a blast to use. That's (Dirby?) world's largest dog. So it has a 5 megapixel eye sight camera advance the optics with an IR filter, auto focus, auto (wide?) balance, face detection, everything to deliver a great photo experience built into an iPad.

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