Does the new iPad display make a noticeable difference when viewing sites/software not specifically designed for it?
jack12 1 year ago
The thing that I have heard the most buzz about on the iPad 3 is the new retina display. I understand that it the pixel count is way up, but to be honest I have always thought that the display on the "old" iPad 2 looks great - sharp and crisp with excellent colors. My only complaint is the display washes out in bright sunlight, but so far I haven't found a LCD display that doesn't. Looking at photos online can't really show how much difference there is with the Retina display. Does the new Retina display really make much of a difference in normal compared to the iPad 2 display?
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