The fourth generation iPad debuted as the successor to the third generation “new iPad” on October 23rd, 2012, the same day the iPad Mini made its debut.
Officially called the “iPad with Retina Display” by Apple, the iPad 4 is a fairly minor update over the third generation iPad, offering the same 9.7-inch Retina display screen, weight and battery life as the previous iPad.
The iPad 4th Generation does add a faster A6X processor and the new Lightning connector that’s also found on the iPhone 5 and new iPod Nano devices, as well as expanded 4G LTE coverage, with Sprint added to the roster of carriers (along with Verizon and AT&T). Pricing for the iPad 4 starts at $499 for the 16GB Wi-Fi-only model.
- iPad Mini
The iPad Mini is a smaller, lighter version of the Apple iPad tablet device launched by Apple Inc. on October 23rd, 2012. Like the regular iPad, the iPad Mini runs Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, which is currently available as iOS 6. The iPad Mini also offers a 7.85-inch screen with 1024×768 resolution (as opposed […]
- Incorporated Business
An incorporated business (also called a corporation) is a type of business that offers many benefits over being a sole proprietor or partnership, including liability protection and additional tax deductions. Forming a corporation also allows you raise capital through sale of shares of your company. According to Small Business Computing, there are three common corporate […]
- Quantal Quetzal Ubuntu Codename
Quantal Quetzal is the Ubuntu codename for version 12.10 of the Ubuntu Linux-based operating system. Officially released in October 2012, Quantal Quetzal follows the Precise Pangolin (v12.04) release and serves as a major update for Ubuntu, featuring the latest Linux kernel, 3.5, Python 3.2.3 and LibreOffice 3.6, as well as significant improvements for OpenStack (including […]
- Capacitive Touch
One of the two primary types of touchscreen displays (along with resistive) employed on smartphones, tablets, laptops and similar electronic devices. The Apple iPhone is the most popular example of a capacitive touchscreen-based device. Capacitive touch screens distinguish and sense specific touch location based on the electrical impulses in a human body, typically the fingertip. […]
- Google Nexus 7
A 7-inch tablet computer designed by Google and Asus that runs Google’s Android mobile operating system. The Google Nexus 7 debuted in late June 2012 with a starting price of $199 and is designed to compete with similar tablet devices like the Apple iPad, Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD and the NOOK Tablet HD. The Google […]