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iPad 2 Review-Apple’s Second-Generation iPad

Apple is pulling further ahead, with improvements that make an already excellent tablet even more enticing for ipad2. It goes to show that when it comes to tablets, Apple refuses to be bested.iPad 2 is skinnier, faster and slightly lighter. Now It comes with cameras for video chatting and snapping photos, It comes with a price tag of $499 to $829. and it’s depend on the configuration.ipad and ipad 2 prices are same.

iPad 2 looks much like the first ipad, though it has a sleeker, lighter body with a curved back. All this helps the tablet fit more naturally in my hands, and the modified shape makes it easier to hold for extended e-reading sessions.the new thing is on it , it’s cameras, one on the front and one on the back.it is measuring 9.7 inches diagonally, seemed like the ideal canvas for video chat. The subsequent arrival of several tablets with front and rear cameras made it practically a necessity for iPad 2.

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Apple has included FaceTime video chat application and the back camera shoots high-definition videos.The new iPad has Apple’s new dual-core A5 chip, which helped applications open more quickly than on the older iPad. The original never felt slow, but the faster I can start a new game of “Plants vs. Zombies,” the better.And the new processor and the new iOS combined to improve Web surfing, as I could load up pages noticeably faster over my home Wi-Fi network. As expected, videos loaded quickly and generally streamed flawlessly.

It allows you to share music and videos from your iTunes library on multiple Apple devices on the same Wi-Fi network. And it now lets you set the iPad’s mute switch to function as a screen lock, which makes it even easier to prevent my Netflix movie from rotating mid-scene just because I’ve shifted my butt on the couch.iPad 2 and is available as a free download for the original iPad and the two most recent models of the iPhone and iPod Touch.And the iPad 2 is rated for up to 10 hours of battery life.

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Matthew is a technology blogger for vritesh.com

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