New iPad 3: White vs Black & 16GB vs 32GB vs 64GB

Uploaded by duncan33303 on 16.03.2012

Hey guys, this is Austin and today I’m here with a comparison to help
you decide which of the new iPads is best for you. First off as you can
see here the new iPad comes in both white and black just like the iPad 2.
This only applies to the front as the sides and back have an identical
aluminum finish regardless of color. While this is mostly up to what you
think looks best there are a few things to keep in mind.
Generally I’ve found the white model is a bit easier to keep clean. With a
9.7 inch glossy screen, the iPad is an absolute fingerprint magnet but white
tends to hide the smudges better. On the other hand the white bezel tends to
be a bit distracting, especially while watching videos. I really like the look
of the white iPhone but on the much larger iPad to me it doesn’t look quite
as nice. Of course it’s entirely up to you as far as which you think looks better
but I’ll be sticking with the black iPad. Next up is storage. The iPad comes in 16,
32 and 64GB capacities for $499, $599 and $699 for Wi-Fi models with the 4G options
coming it at an additional $129 each. Whether you need 4G or not is up to you but
choosing which capacity to go by can be tricky, especially because there’s no way
to expand the memory at a later date if you decide you need more storage. One of the
biggest improvements to the iPad is the Retina Display. Since it has quadruple the
resolution that means apps are quite a bit larger than earlier iPad models. Combine
that with full 3D HD games which can easily top out 1GB or more and space disappears
quickly, especially once you load up photos, video and music. If you’re a light user
and mostly plan on using your iPad for web browsing and the occasional game or two
16GB ought to be fine. For the majority of people though I recommend picking up the
32GB iPad. While it’s definitely possible to use the 16GB and just constantly delete
apps when you’re done you can fill up your entire storage space with just a few apps
and a 1080P movie. If you’re serious about using your iPad the 64GB option isn’t a
idea either although at $700 it’s a bit hard to swallow. If you enjoyed this video
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