The Apple iPad 3, or simply iPad, as it is officially called, is Apple's latest foray in the contemporary tablet market - a market the company single-handedly started about two years ago. Although the third-generation iPad remains the same on the outside (not a bad thing), it does bring a lot of improvements on the inside. First of all, it has a new screen resolution of 2048x1536 pixels, delivering an amazing for a tablet pixel density of 264 ppi. Another major improvement has to do with the processor of the device, which is now the so-called A5X - still a dual-core processor, but with a new quad-core GPU for outstanding graphics performance. The camera has also been given a boost and is now much more capable in terms of both photo- and video-taking. Finally, the new iPad 3 has been blessed with LTE connectivity. Since different carriers use different bands for LTE, the iPad 3 will come in a number of versions, designed for the different carriers' LTE networks. In the U.S., the iPad 4G will come in AT&T and Verizon flavors. Additionally, all 4G iPads will also have global 3G capabilities, so you should be able to use 3G on most carriers around the world. Finally, there's always the Wi-Fi-only version, which won't offer connectivity to mobile networks, but will be more affordable, as usual.