The New iPad is All About the Display

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by Lon Seidman

The new iPad display is remarkably sharper than prior versions. Lon Seidman photo.

The secret to Apple’s success (and its nearly $600 share price) is that they always leave their customers wanting more. They’ve mastered the art of incrementally upgrading their most popular products, but leaving out just one little feature that becomes a must-have in the next version.

Apple did it again last week, releasing an iPad that improves upon last year’s version with a new display that is vastly improved over the prior two iterations.

Apple claims to have sold 315 million iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch devices from 2007 through the end of 2011, undoubtedly many to existing owners. Apple certainly got me.

by Lon Seidman

 


 

The new iPad display is remarkably sharper than prior versions. Lon Seidman photo.

The secret to Apple’s success (and its nearly $600 share price) is that they always leave their customers wanting more. They’ve mastered the art of incrementally upgrading their most popular products, but leaving out just one little feature that becomes a must-have in the next version.

Apple did it again last week, releasing an iPad that improves upon last year’s version with a new display that is vastly improved over the prior two iterations.

Apple claims to have sold 315 million iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch devices from 2007 through the end of 2011, undoubtedly many to existing owners. Apple certainly got me. An inventory this morning reveals I apparently own 9 Apple mobile devices, with a 10th sold on Ebay last year. Anyone want an old iPhone?

 


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