If you haven’t upgraded to the new iPad yet, why not? The Retina display (as seen on the iPhone 4S) gives you four times more pixels than the iPad 2, or 3.1 million pixels, to be exact. If you use your iPad to read eBooks, then you’ll appreciate how much crisper and clearer the text is now. The 9.7 inch screen has a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, which is more than some HD televisions. It takes plenty of processing power to run high-end graphics, which is why the iPad 3 comes with a zippy A5X chip. Despite this energy use, the battery life has actually been bettered slightly, and sits at an average of 10 hours between charges. Last but not least, the camera has also been improved, and is now a generous 5 mega pixels.
Price: R4 999 – R8 299
If you haven’t upgraded to the new iPad yet, why not?