Apple unveils 4G powered new iPad

San Francisco: Leading computing device maker Apple on Wednesday unveiled new version of iPad that enable user to access content available through 4G technology – latest standard of high speed wireless broadband, for price range starting USD 629.

This third generation device in its category will enable its user to access, record and edit high definition video. iPad 3 comes with Retina display feature which has 3.1 million megapixels that will provide more deep, detailed and clear images.
"The new iPad now has the highest resolution display ever seen on a mobile device with 3.1 million pixels, delivering razor sharp text and unbelievable detail in photos and videos."

Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing Philip Schiller said in a statement. Apple has introduced 5 megapixel rear camera which it has named as iSight camera in the product.

This camera will enable user to capture photos and high definition video. This device supports iCloud service which means that an user can store content in a remote storage facility created by the company instead of storing in the device and connect using wireless network to access these contents which can be music, video, electronic documents and others.

Apple also upgraded its Apple TV with high definition content. The company unveiled two models of iPad namely iPad wifi and iPad wifi with 4G. While iPad wifi has been priced between USD 499 to USD 699, buyers will have to pay between USD 629 to USD 829 for iPad with 4G.