What Your iPad 2 Is Missing
Development, if not evolution, is something that is inevitable. We need to develop things and even ourselves through time, even if it is only gradual. Sometimes, we do not notice that there are certain things that change. In technology, many people think that the new iPad is just the same as iPad 2. But there are some changes, if not additions. For those who are already iPad owners, the only change of iPad 3 seems to be the external design. But there are some other things that your iPad 2 is missing. Read on, and you might be convince why you have to sell old iPad! The first thing that your iPad 2 is missing is the Retina Display technology which was initially present on the iPhone 4 (which later also appeared on the iPod Touch). It is a technology with a high density pixel display that has more number of pixels than any other standard displays (four times more, in fact). This affects the apps greatly because the text has smoother edges and it lets the app developers add more details. This technology will surely entice you to sell used iPad. If you have the iPhone 4, you will surely agree that the Retina Display technology can have a wonderful effect on details, whether it is just a text or an image.
Another thing missing from your old iPad is the USB port. Because of the pressure of making Apple products companions for standard (read: non-Apple) computers, Apple decided to add a USB port to the iPad 3. Before that, Appleâ€™s solution was to sell a camera adapter so that you could plug in either an SD memory card or any USB camera. You can now plug in any device that is compatible with the port, i.e., a digital camera, so that you can share, store or edit your photos. In the new iPad, you will also have Thunderbolt connectivity, which was missing in the previous generations of iPads. This connectivity brings faster speed, which means youâ€™ll have faster syncing when you plug your iPad into a computer. This will increase the storage of your iPad. The new iPad also has the Near Field Communications Technology which basically enables devices to exchange data with one another, as long as the distance is short. It is like the Bump app that has intermediary service for exchanging information as long as two devices are tapped together. But NFC is better than that, because it can actually send data without any intermediary. 4G is also absent in iPad 2 but is present in the new iPad. It is the latest version of the 3G cellular data network which brings faster wireless data speeds. In the iPad 1, only AT&T is there to stand as the 3G provider, while in the iPad 2, Verizon is the provider for the built-in cellular antenna. However, Verizon is better because it offers a wider availability. Now tell me, are these features present in iPad 1 or 2? If not, what are you waiting for? Sell your iPad 1 or 2 online, or at cashforipads.com and use the money to buy the latest iPad! Article Source: http://cellphonecity.wetpaint.com/page/What+Your+iPad+2+Is+Missing