Which tablet should you buy?

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  This year, the milestone
event is the WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference). This annual event catches
all the attention from all over the world. In the conference, there is already
some speculation about the iPad and other smart devices. At the same time, the
CEO, Tim Cook delivered his keynote. On the conference, the WWDC give a clear
indication of the general direction the tech giant will take in the following
this year. People pay their attention to this event because the Apple product
is so attractive. At present, which tablet should you buy? Is the relatively
older version of iPad worthy of buying?


  The iPad mini with Retina display comes in at
the same price of iPad 4, which makes it even tougher decision to choose
between them. The final decision comes down to which one will suit your needs
more. In this article, I’ll compare the iPad Mini with iPad 4. The iPad 4 comes
with a 9.7-inch screen, while the iPad mini with Retina display comes with a
7.9-inch screen. Both operate a resolution of 2048 x 1536, so pixels aren’t a
big deal when deciding between the two tablets. The only difference here is
about two inches in screen size, but that can make all the difference depending
on what you use your iPad for. We’ve found that the full-size 9.7-inch iPads
are best for reading PDFs and other documents since the fine print can be hard
to read on smaller screens. The larger iPads are also best for typing on the
on-screen keyboard. Many users don’t do a lot of typing, so that really isn’t a
big deal, but if you use your iPad for documents, the larger screen may be
beneficial. However, where the iPad mini with Retina display shines is its
compact size, and we’ve found it to be the perfect consumption device while on
the go. While the iPad 4 is best for reading, that doesn’t mean the iPad mini
with Retina display is worse at it — you just won’t be able to fit as many
words in on the smaller screen; we’re still able to read eBooks and documents
just fine on the iPad mini’s display.


  The difference in bezel size can be the
deciding factor for some. The iPad 4 as a full bezel all the way around, making
it perfect to hold without your thumbs getting in the way of the screen. The
iPad mini, on the other hand, has a thinner bezel on the sides. You have to be
a bit more careful about thumb placement so that you don’t block any part of
the screen. We suppose this may be a deal-breaker for some users, but I
personally don’t think it’s a huge deal, and thanks to palm-rejection
technology, you don’t have to worry about tapping the screen with your palm
when holding the tablet.


  Whether you are enjoying photos, shopping or
building a presentation, the vivid 9.7-inch Retina display has the detail and
size to really bring them to life. iPad works seamlessly with your other devices.
Start an email on your iPhone and finish it on iPad. Or copy images, video, and
text from your iPad, then paste to your nearby Mac. It’s as durable as it is
portable, with an aluminum unibody construction that delivers a reassuringly
solid feel. iPad is designed to stay connected wherever you go.


  This is where the deciding factor comes into
play. Most people care about how quickly their iPad can get tasks done, such as
launching apps, and how smoothly it’ll do it. While the iPad 4 is a last-generation
tablet, it still packs a punch when it comes to performance. The iPad mini with
Retina Display sports a newer A7 processor with 64-bit architecture for even
quicker performance when handling apps and games. Benchmarks prove that the
iPad mini with Retina display is the faster of the two tablets. We doubt you’ll
notice much of a huge difference when it comes to blindly playing around with
them separately.


Are you eager to buy an
iPad in the market? There are varieties of reasons you can choose. The tablet
can meet your demands. You can look through the news, read a comic book in the
evening or just watching a blockbuster on a plane. At present, picking up an
iPad is a tough task. This iPad Pro is definitely the biggest iPad, with a
12.9-inch diagonal screen. It’s a bit like someone ripped the screen off of a
13-inch laptop and turned it into an iPad. If you’re an artist who has dreamed
of having a larger and more responsive iPad to draw on, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro
is a dream come true with its extra-large canvas.


  In summary, if you plan to use your iPad for
the content, whether it would be documents, images or video, I recommend the
iPad 4. While if you use your iPad for entertainment purposes, such as watching
movies or playing games, the iPad Mini is a perfect choice. The screen size is
perfect for wherever you go. If you choose the former one, we have
iPad 4 Touch screen digitizer prepared. Otherwise, we
still have the latter one. The decision totally depends on your demand.

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