The U.S. Consumer Reports , the third generation iPhone at the top of his list of best tablets put. Especially the screen is due to: the new iPhone has a higher resolution than any other tablet with precise colors, making, according to the consumer a new standard is put down. The positive opinion is remarkable, given earlier Consumer Reports still higher temperatures of the new iPhone criticized.

This website brought to light 
that the new iPad does not charge while playing graphically intensive games.

The high-resolution screen of the new iPad establishes a new benchmark in excellence, providing the best rendering of detail and color accuracy we’ve ever seen on a tablet display. As a result, the iPad tops our new tablet Ratings, posted today. Performance on the new iPad ($500 to $830) was superb in virtually every other way as well. The 5-megapixel camera took very good photos. Verizon’s 4G network yielded very fast, dependable connectivity to a 4G-compatible version of the iPad in our informal tests. And despite the energy-intensive display and graphics, the iPad still has longer battery life than all other tablets.


Consumer Reports is a great American consumer, similar to the Dutch Consumer Association.They took the iPad extensively scrutinized, to their findings today on their site. The organization is predominantly positive performance and the screen of the iPhone will be well received and the earlier criticism of the battery is barely reflected in the article. This is cause for Consumer Reports to the top of his list with new iPad tablet to place.

In the discussion of Consumer Reports, a disadvantage is discussed: the new screen ensures that apps designed for the old iPhone it look uglier.


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