Right from the start, there’s a lot to love about iPad. It’s simple yet powerful. Thin and light yet full-featured. It can do just about everything and be just about anything. And because it’s so easy to use, it’s easy to love.
9.7" screen with 2048 x 1536 resolution
This high-resolution screen is ideal for gaming and streaming HD content.
32GB internal storage
Store your software, apps, music, movies, photos, and more.
Delivers responsive performance, smooth-streaming video and fast access to the Web and e-mail.
Dual cameras for photos and face-to-face chat
5MP rear camera and 1.2MP front camera with face detection, tap to control exposure for video or stills, video stabilizer, tap to focus, photo and video geotagging and autofocus.
Manage how your child uses their tablet
Parental controls let you set time limits, filter web content and regulate app use. Plus, use your child's Apple for your own entertainment without kid-safe restrictions in Mommy/Daddy mode.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about design, screen, performance and usability. Editors have mixed opinions about GPS navigation. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 85/100 = Very good quality.
CNETRating, 4.5 out of 54.5Scott Stein on October 22, 2013
iPad (fall 2012) review
Editors' note (March 18, 2014): Having previously taken it off sale, Apple has brought back the fourth-gen iPad as its lower-cost full-size tablet, starting at $399. Its premium tablet is the $499 iPad Air .Full Review
Three Apple tablets in a single year. This is more than anyone asked for and yet, by some weird logic - or lack thereof, not too many for Apple to successfully sell. All fine and dandy, unless you got the iPad 3 - better luck next time if you wereFull Review
TechRadarRating, 4.5 out of 54.5Gareth Beavis on December 13, 2012
New iPad 4 review
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The VergeRating, 4.7 out of 54.7David Pierce on October 31, 2012
iPad review (4th generation, late 2012)
Last week at an event in San Jose, Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced two new iPads. One, the iPad mini, is a legitimately new product. The other was a small upgrade to the 9.7-inch iPad, bringing aFull Review
Welcome to the new new iPad, same as the old new iPad. Well, mostly, anyway. It was less than eight months ago that Apple grafted a Retina display onto its world-conquering tablet, giving every other slate on the market resolution envy, whileFull Review
PCMagRating, 5 out of 55.0Sascha Segan on November 9, 2012
Apple iPad (4th Generation, Wi-Fi)
Now in its fourth iteration in two years, the Apple iPad continues its reign as king. The best large tablet you can buy today, the Apple iPad (4th Generation) has it all: top performance, a stellar screen, a surprisingly good camera, speedy Wi-Fi,Full Review
Apple's new iPad: 3+1 = Retina. Apple presents two new iPads. The Mini is small and the 4th version of the iPad is named "iPad with Retina display". Got it? The question is: do the A6X chip, a better front camera and Lightning interface justify aFull Review