The new iPad

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The new iPad

The new iPad greatly resembles the previous editions, and comes in either white or black.

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Retina Display

The new iPad's Retina Display boasts 2048 by 1536 resolution.

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iOS 5.1

With the iOS 5.1 software update, new features include a personal hotspot, a redesigned camera app, and seamless interaction with iCloud, which syncs data (such as ebooks and other media) between iOS devices.

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iPhoto

The new iPhoto incorporates Multi-Touch in order to sort through (and adjust) images, which can then be shared via iCloud.

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iMovie

The revamped iMovie lets users leverage the new iPad's ability to shoot 1080p video in order to create movies (and trailers for those movies).

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iWork

Apple has also revamped iWork to take increased advantage of the new iPad's Retina Display.

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Cost

The new iPad will keep the same prices as the previous model, starting at $499 for WiFi-only versions, and $629 for those with 4G capability. Prices top out at $699 for the WiFi-only 64GB model, and $829 for the 64GB model with WiFi and 4G.Â

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Dictation

Another new iPad feature is dictation, which transcribes users' words into text. It cooperates with third-party apps, such as Twitter.

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A5X

The new A5X processor features quad-core graphics.

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Dimensions

The new iPad is a little heavier than the previous edition, at 1.4 pounds, and offers comparable battery life.

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